Location, location, location - that alone makes this property worth your consideration. Not just in terms of connectivity (it is the first upscale in-town place of stay as you come from the Airport towards Dibrugarh town; and it's just 7 minutes away from Assam Medical College and Main Bazaar), it is also in the greenest neighbourhood of Dibrugarh. With the sprawling Jalan tea garden right in front of the house, the area is also the quietest and your house, a creative story. This property is the result of a passion for aesthetics, a labour of love, with creative decor and a character that you're unlikely to find in Dibrugarh. Every item in the house is crafted out of a fertile imagination. Your room is spacious and airy with more glass than bricks to afford you an eyeful of the tea garden. You can enjoy the view from your bed itself as you wake up to song birds. About me I am a travel and lifestyle journalist by profession and a drummer and a machirologist (knife collector) by passion. Chilled-out and friendly, I divide my time between New Delhi (where my family lives) and Dibrugarh (where my mother stays). I had been with several top newspapers (Indian Express, Hindustan Times, Mail Today, etc) and magazines (had been the Managing Editor of Harper's Bazaar and Air India inflight magazine) and have travelled extensively across Europe, Asia and Africa. I love parties, world and electronic music and read thrillers. A happy-go-lucky guy you will get along with me easily. I guess that is enough for the time being and should you want to learn more about me, just google my name (ahem, ahem) Nishiraj Baruah! What Google wouldn't tell you, however, is that like most Assamese, I am a friendly and soft spoken person who loves to meet different people from around the world. I would like you to enjoy my personal brand of hospitality. My mom who stays downstairs is fantastic at cooking ethnic Assamese and herbal cuisine. She also cooks North Indian. And will feed you to death. So yes, come home. Lets have a good time! The neighbourhood The very name of the neighbourhood, Seujpur, means green - Seuj standing for green in Assamese. It is home to the town's intellectuals, doctors, politicians and top businessmen. The road in front takes you across two gardens on either side, as you go for a morning walk right upto the Brahmaputra banks or to Assam Medical College - Northeast India's first medical college. Along the way you will see some pretty Assam Type houses. The neighbourhood is also very quiet. My parents were the first-gen settlers here, I being the second. Undoubtedly the most sought after neighbourhood in town. The rooms The first house along the tea garden with red tin roof, this is a brand new property specially made for homestays. The ground floor, built by my late father, is for our private use, while all the three large bedrooms upstairs are for guests. Each room has its own colour scheme and are called The White Room, The Green Room and The Black and White room. A luxury designer home, every item has been chosen carefully to give it a very unique character. Every room faces the lush green tea garden with large balconies, log wood furniture and swings, and floor to ceiling glass windows for unhindered views. You can access the designer lounge/living area, the open stainless steel kitchen, the dining area etc. There are also two additional loft rooms with slanted ceiling and attached bathrooms. One is pink themed, the other all red. You can book the entire house - and with extra beds can easily fit in 15 guests. Yes, there are work tables for your laptop and all rooms are airy and full of natural light. Our cook and our manager are very helpful and they are just a shout away. The Black&White Room This particular room has a black and white theme with large window panes, a private bathroom and a large balcony that looks out to tall betel nut trees. The low floor double bed is designed like a keyboard with 8 inch thick mattress. One of the walls have a large yin and yang symbol for balance and harmony. A black and white Bob Marley adorns the bedspread. Very airy and full of natural light, you will rarely need to use the AC. Enjoy the fresh air as you slide the large windows and let the outdoors flow into your bedroom. The private bathroom is also squeaky clean, big with creative décor ideas. The Green Room I refer to this room as the green room primarily because that's the main colour scheme. It has floor to ceiling glass doors to offer you unhindered view of the tea garden. The balcony, very spacious, is just ideal to sit alone or in company with a glass of wine! There is a cool laptop table which you will actually have to discover. A secret door (which doesn't look like a door) works as the entrance to your room. The bathroom is a white and yellow colour story where an old oil drum becomes the wash basin and a cabinet. With a large yellow window, there is ample natural light coming in. There are magazines and good old toilet humour scattered all around. Enough storage and wardrobes, enough privacy, the green room is just the right place to relax after your day's work. And hey I am around to take care of you personally. The White Room This particular room has an all white theme with large window panes, a private bathroom and a large balcony that looks out to the sprawling tea garden. A large, luxurious circular double bed, ideal for couples in romance, occupies centre space. Very airy and full of natural light, you will rarely need to use the AC. Enjoy the fresh air as you slide the floor-to-ceiling glass doors and let the tea garden flow into your bedroom. The private bathroom is white and quirky with an interesting basin counter: It's made of wood found underneath the Brahmaputra sandbanks, buried since the 1950 great Assam Earthquake! There is more, but let me not spoil the surprises in store in this fairy tale, prince and princess room! The Red Room This red hot number can sleep four people or even more. It has an attached bath and a large window ensures that you have enough sunlight and air. The Pink Room This is a girly girly room with sofas made of oil drums and ceiling lamps made of traditional Assamese bamboo fish traps. With large windows you can enjoy the tea garden views, even as you get cozy over a drink. Bathroom is attached. Socialise Like most Assamese, I am a friendly and soft spoken person who loves to meet different people from around the world. I would like you to enjoy my personal brand of hospitality. But should you rather be alone and be one with nature, well, you shall get all the privacy. My mom who stays downstairs is fantastic at cooking ethnic Assamese and herbal cuisine. She also cooks North Indian. And will feed you to death.