Camellia Bungalow was the Visiting Agent’s office block comprising office rooms for the Doctor Sahib, the company accountant and their clerical staff and a separate meeting room. These 4 office rooms have been turned into 4 luxurious bedrooms. The bungalow has been in existence since 1924.
Camellia Bungalow comprises 4 sizable, bright, and sunny twin bedded rooms (3 of which open onto a pebbled courtyard dotted with green plants, rocks, and pots) with full-length curtains and soft furnishings sewn from colorful print fabrics. All the rooms have air conditioning, overhead fans, heaters and large en suite bathrooms with bathtubs and showers. Camellias are evergreen shrubs or small trees whose leaves and leaf buds are used to produce tea. It is of the genus Camellia. Their leaves are alternately arranged, simple, thick, serrated, and usually glossy. Camellia tea is popular in eastern and southern Asia, from the Himalayas to Japan and Indonesia. The colors of the flowers vary from white through pink to red; truly yellow flowers are found only in South China and Vietnam. Tea varieties are always white-flowered. Camellia flowers throughout the genus are characterized by a dense bouquet of conspicuous yellow stamens, often contrasting with the petal colors.