About The Arsana Estate
Arsana means ‘flow’ in Sanskrit, and not only does the villa’s name aptly describe the Sungi River that meanders past its lower boundary, but also the way The Arsana’s individual bedroom and living pavilions cascade down the hillside into a valley of birdsong. Scores of eye-catching butterfly and bird species, including kingfishers, flit through the expansive terraced gardens and trees throughout the day, while the cicadas and frogs take over the night-shift with their chirping melodies and bass notes. To complete the experience, water features are prevalent throughout the property including ponds, water walls, waterfalls, and an 18 x 8-metre swimming pool which are sure to refresh, relax and delight your guests.
The villa’s sleek modern structures, with their iron-wood shingle roofs and abundance of glass, reflect the ambiance of the location and the purity of the natural surroundings, while the interiors are characterised with a bold use of colour and super-comfortable furnishings. The fully stocked bar with red lanterns and matching cushioned bar stools are an obvious focal point, as is the home theatre and games room complete with a pool table. Valuable and renowned artworks line much of what solid wall space there is, while the front facade of the living pavilion is an abstract notion of floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows that remain open to the elements. The villa’s five double bedroom suites (all contain annexes suitable for children), each housed in its own private stand-alone pavilion, are spread leisurely across the terraces of the estate.
Fully outfitted for families, with a profusion of kids’ (and adults’) toys, games and activities, this stunning sanctuary with its team of personal butlers, housekeepers and chefs, offers guests nothing but pleasure and relaxation.
Note 1: A minimum of 3 nights (low season), 5 nights (high season) or 7 nights stay (peak season) are required for weddings.
Note 2: Mandatory event fees apply for weddings.