The Mudhouse consists of clusters of uniquely designed huts spread throughout a large expanse of forest land. All huts are constructed with natural materials, using ancient techniques with a distinctly modern twist.

Each structure is designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. Whilst all the individual layouts differ, the facilities are essentially the same.

All huts have outdoor showers, indoor bathrooms, dining & lounge areas and relaxation spaces adorned with hammocks and mats – all designed in a style that befits the overall aesthetic and ‘back-to-nature’ theme.

There is no mains electricity in the guest areas at The Mudhouse. Lighting at night is provided by plentiful candles and lanterns as well as subtle, solar powered LED lighting. The local village was connected to the national grid in 2012 and we now have power in the office for charging phones, cameras, ipads or whatever other gadgets you bring.

Staying at The Mudhouse is a little like stepping back in time to your own village in the jungle and to a more simple way of life, where things move at your pace.

 

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The Original Mudhouse

Having evolved and changed over the years, The Original Mudhouse is a charming spot for couples or families, featuring a cluster of huts that combine to create a magical and relaxing space.

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Family & Honeymoon Huts

The Family Hut features two double beds and an open-plan lounge. The seductive Honeymoon Hut offers a double bed in a hexagonal layout. These huts come together as a private zone.

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The Palu Hut

Our largest hut with six beds, two outdoor showers, two bathrooms and a lounge area. The unique ‘V’ shaped design and two-tier roofing structure add to its distinctive and alluring look.

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Maha Gedera

Designed in a square shape with an open, central courtyard and large bathroom. Five beds are spread around the interior, interspersed by a lounge, hammocks and a special dining area.

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