Surrounded by lush greens with an undulating jogging track, WelcomHeritage Golf View is the pride of Pachmarhi, one of India's most scenic hill stations, the discovery of which is credited to Captain Forsyth, a British Soldier who discovered this picturesque platue on Mahadev hill.
It was constructed by Roman Catholic mission in 1927 and is famous for its architectural finesse. The name "Pachmarhi" can be translated to mean five shelters referring to five caves with sculptures located in the heart of hill station. Legend has it that the five Pandava brothers (of Mahabharata Fame) lived for sometime in these caves during their years of exile.
Nestled in the lap of Satpura Hills, Pachmarchi, the hill station of the Central provinces is situated on an isolated plateau in the Mahadeo hills of the Satpura range in the south eastern corner of the Hoshangabad district. The characteristics of Pachmarhi scenery are its forest glades, ravines, waterfalls, bathing pools, caves, rock paintings, sacred places and Satpura National Park. The entire plateau covers an area of 13 sq kms, providing 74 kms of cross country trek at a stretch in and around.
It has 20 known water places with about half a dozen waterfalls, a string of Khuds and hill tops and everywhere there are view points at about 61 places. WelcomHeritage Golf View overlooks the golf course of Pachmarhi and is spread over four acres of land. The resort is known for its historical colonial ambience along with modern facilities. Decorated with period furniture, the resort has a beautiful view of its lawns with a convenient jogging track.