Rooms in the main house feel traditional, and are furnished with period four-poster beds, antique almirahs and soaring rattan-inland ceilings. Room 3 is particularly spacious, and has a balcony that gazes over the pool, pavilion and garden to the ocean beyond. Garden rooms are contemporary, and have platform beds and slightly smaller bathrooms.
Some are larger than others, and Room 9, at the end of the garden, has a plunge pool and a terrace with sun beds. Above it, Room 8 is also noteworthy for its twin balconies – ideal for romantic dinners-for-two. As for the trains, ear plugs are thoughtfully provided at turn down. We slept soundly in the main house without them, though the garden rooms are much closer to the track. Fortunately, there are very few night time trains – they are more likely to rouse you at dawn.
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