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Pashan Garh is located in Panna National Park, which is strategically the most important protected area in the north-central Highlands of India, as it links the eastern and western wildlife populations which travel through the Vindhya ranges. Guest accommodation comprises twelve dramatic stone cottages, each with private salas, huge central showers, ebony furniture and chocolate and cream-coloured textiles, complemented by vintage kists and hidden treasures. Large decks join the guest cottages to the central guest area, which features an infinity-edge swimming pool, an open kitchen and a lookout tower, offering views over the nearby waterhole, where animals such as leopards, sloths and crocodiles may be seen.
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