Welcome to The Yellow Retreat. A quaint 20 room retreat situated on the rolling hill slopes at Wai. The Retreat, spread across 7 acres has all modern amenities and creature comforts. The Yellow Retreat offers a cool and serene unpolluted location with the majestic views of the Sahyadri Mountains. The refreshing atmosphere and essential amenities at the property, ensures guests stay is convenient and comfortable.
Long walk, a short trek, waking up to the call of peacocks or taking a plunge in the pool are some of the calming experiences you can enjoy with us. The intimate tranquil atmosphere transforms the retreat into a pleasant refuge, a place where guests can relax and unwind. All the while good food will be served fresh at our Restaurant Saki, through the day, ensuring you never go hungry, and always have the freshest produce cooked in the local Maharashtrian style.
Each room comes equipped with an AC, and an open air balcony, not to mention the other bare necessities of a TV and hot & cold running water.
Hope you have a memorable and pleasant stay at The Yellow Retreat!
Mahabaleshwar is a beautiful hill station known for its perfect weather all year round. The jungles of Mahabaleshwar are known for their density and a stunning array of birds and wildlife. The hill station is now known for its vast plateau of beautiful roads, forests and plantations. Mulberries, gooseberries and strawberries are popularly grown in this region.
Panchgani is christened based on ‘Panch” as it is surrounded by five hills of sahyadri, and “Gani” meaning settlement. This all season hill station elevated at 1305 meters above sea level and beaming an area of 6 sq. km is located 18 km east of Mahabaleshwar. Panchgani gets heavy rain and fog and so, is a great place to visit.
Dhom Dam is one of the most important dams of Satara district located in Western Maharashtra. The earth-fill and gravity dam is the first one to be built on the Krishna River and has a capacity of 13.5 TMC. The Dam attracts tourists in large numbers because of the beautiful natural surroundings and abundance of greenery.
Along the banks of River Krishna lay the spectacular temples of Wai. Known as Dakshin Kashi as it shares certain attributes with the holy shrine of Varanasi (Kashi). Popularly known as the temple of Mahaganapati or Dholya Ganapati. Built by Shri Ganpatrao Bhikaji Raste in 1792, the temple is always swarming with devotees. The name of Dholya Ganapati derives from the idol’s amazing structure.