Restored over a number of years, guests are accommodated in one of the two bungalows, each comprising four suites and common areas, gardens, verandahs and terraces accessible to all guests.
The Burra Bungalow was home to generations of planters and remains the focal point of Glenburn hospitality, with its sweeping main verandah, cosy living room (with fireplace and library) and grand dining room where candle-lit sit-down dinners are held. The four bedrooms have been charmingly decorated, each following a different theme, and are comfortable and spacious, yet cosy.
The Water Lily Bungalow features four more suites and a stunning location and comprises a living room, dining room, two verandahs and garden areas laid out on two levels, and connected to The Burra Bungalow by a stone staircase. It also houses a large recreation and meeting room, as well as the Massage and Steam Room. All four bedrooms have direct views of the mountains, with antique furniture, private balconies, bay windows/or sitouts. The bathrooms have antique free-standing bathtubs, each with a view, walk-in rain showers and old fashioned washstands with Venetian mirrors.