The Pepper Trail Heritage Plantation Retreat, is located 10 kilometers away from the town of Sultan Bathery in Wayanad, Kerala, India. The resort is 10 kilometers off NH 212. Set at the heart of a colonial plantation, the Pepper Trail is surrounded by the tropical rain forests of Wayanad and reminds the guests of the era gone by. The settings and the feel surrounding this area, is definite to take the guests into a different land.
The Pepper Trail Heritage Plantation Retreat’s Tree House, is unique for being built on a giant jack fruit trees, at a height of 40 feet above ground. These magnificent, 770 square feet tree houses can be accessed only through elevated walkways winding through coffee trees.
These tree houses includes spacious bedrooms with four poster beds. The luxurious bathrooms includes all the basic and modern amenities like the temperature controlled showers. The living space of the tree house contains a safari styled furniture.
The guests can dine at the resorts multi-cuisine restaurant. The complementary activities that the resort offers include guided plantation walks, jeep safaris, boating at the estate’s reservoir and treks to the nearby hills. The prehistoric Edakkal Caves and the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the nearby attractions. Being a ornithologist’s dream location, the guests can feast their eyes on different species of birds like the wood owl, scarlet minivets, golden oriole, grey hornbills, rufous woodpeckers and many more.