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The building was originally constructed on August 19th, 1906, when King Edward VII was on the throne. There is today a portrait of the portly old codger on the wall of the house, as well as the old flags of Imperial Britain and British Burma.
The restaurant is a superb spot to rejuvenate and get stuck into the cuisine of the ‘anya atha’ Myanmar dry zone, and the rooms (14 in total, some river view, some garden view) are light, airy, and immaculately decorated.
FLASH POINT: Snuffle about in the knick-knacks, tchotchkes, and trinkets, of the Ayeyarwady Royal Trading Company, riffling through the riverside warehouse, today filled with antiques from the colonial period.
Tucked into a quiet cover in Southern Rakhine State: rustic, tranquil, a place to simply “be” …
A short walk from the festival ground, Cottage House has been designed with taste and delicacy.
Set amongst the pine trees since 1903, with a bold “Green Vision” for the future.
A place for quiet romantic getaways, a place for curling up with a good book and board games.