What to do there?
The resort has a swimming pool behind the Reception requiring the inmates to walk down the steps and a distance to reach the pool. The Pool has swings next to it for relaxation. They have indoor games like carrom, pool, table tennis and a big fixed chess board. The ground area next to the restaurant and childrens’ play area in the ground are an added attraction for children.
They also have a Spa which was not active when we visited. There is a lawn called “Queens Lawn” where I could see goalpost for football. The resort also provides cricket kit for outdoor sports. The Car Park is right in front of the Reception area. I was a little surprised to see a lady sitting on a table with computer at the entrance of the restaurant, and that was the Reception desk.
The resort offers paid services like barbeque, picnics, bonfire, nature walk, plantation walk, Night Trails, Movie nights, DJ nights, Yoga/meditation, village visit, bird-watching, cycling and evening entertainment. I have not tried any. Please check in advance with the resort for these services.
About 800 yards from the Resort, there is a road side restaurant called “Mulshi Lake Restaurant” which offers excellent opportunity to witness and capture sunset. In fact the restaurant calls itself “Sunset Point”.
The best moment for me was to witness and capture the sunrise through the mountains. If you are an early riser, you may get to see this.