Stay at the Konyak Tea Retreat

The farmhouse is located in a secluded spot entirely on its own in the middle of a privately owned tea plantation. Guests can experience total safety and privacy while staying with us. The only wake up call might be the songs of birds and insects as the rays of the morning sun gently caress the flowers and the tea buds. Vibrant shades of greens and flowers surround the farmhouse. Milk,vegetables,fruits and meat are locally sourced as our aim is to be self sustainable and self sufficient as much as possible. We grow all sorts of vegetables, herbs and fruits around the farm where guests can help around; to pick and eat. Sharing ideas and exchange of knowledge or know how from other places/cultures/countries is most welcome as we are always open to learning and to experiment new techniques.

To enjoy their stay with us to the fullest and experience the local culture we expect guests to come here with an open mind.

Sturdy walking/hiking shoes are a must carry, along with sunscreen and umbrella for all year round. The dry season is from October-April. Temperature around this time is mild to medium cold, so it is advisable to carry woollens and jackets. The wet season is from May-September. Temperature at this time is pleasant and mild, so it advisable to carry light cottons and a light jacket in case the day turns wet and cold after a heavy thunderstorm shower.

Farmhouse & Twin Bedroom

The retreat is located in the middle of Sayeang Tea Estate, Shiyong village, Mon District, Nagaland, India. It is a stone walled farmhouse with an open kitchen living dining space with 2 bedrooms(a double and a twin bedded rooms) and 2 bathrooms. With its own flowers and vegetables garden overlooking a picturesque valley below with clouds rolling by and spectacular sunsets surrounded by tea gardens.

The Cottage

Unique stand alone stone cottage located on a hillock in the middle of 250 acres of tea plantation. This private property farmstay offers seclusion, safety and total privacy with sweeping views of the tea estate overlooking the valley and its surrounding hills. As it is a working farm our guests can participate in the daily activities of tea picking while in season, explore our vegetables and flower gardens, pick and cook fresh fruits and vegetables or wander about endlessly across the estate.