Reviewed 20 September 2014
I have had close to zero experiences that are as personal as the one I had at Soulitude. It’s nestled in among the best locations that hills can offer, has the most unique character and achieves a rare blend of luxury with it’s quaintness intact. Each room has it’s own story, it’s own decor and own view. I found the Quietude offering spectacular views and the soothing yellow + wood combo did wonders in relaxing me. Their staff is great , the food though limited in menu is closest you’ll get to home cooked and abundant in quantity. And the owner’s personal touch is visible almost everywhere. Having known him, the attention to detail, though not surprising, is refreshing.
There are a few hikes around and I’d recommend the one up the hill that last couple of hours and is around 5-6 km. Not every room has a TV so if that’s important check their website for the ones that do. They do not have liquor permit yet but you can carry your own booze. If you are a teetotaler like me, it’s a non issue. I carried my Kindle and though had my laptop, didn’t watch a thing on it. There was no need to between reading, hiking and enjoying nothingness.
Stayed September 2014, travelled solo