History

Established by Mr. Carl Rham, this 117-year-old architectural gem in the scenic hills of Yercaud has been meticulously restored to modern day standards, blending the best of both world heritage & nature.

Formerly the birthplace of Helena Dickens, granddaughter of the legendary Charles Dickens, Carlton House retains its historic allure while offering guests a taste of modern comforts. Nestled on five acres of lush greenery and home to over 3,500 avian residents, this property is a sanctuary for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike. 

A GLIMPSE INTO THE PAST

Step into the legacy of Carlton House, a heritage
British bungalow with a rich history dating back to
1907. Established by Mr. Carl Rham, this 117-year-old
architectural gem in the scenic hills of Yercaud has
been meticulously restored to modern day standards,
blending the best of heritage & nature. 

A ROYAL RETREAT

Formerly the birthplace of Helena Dickens, granddaughter of the legendary Charles Dickens, Carlton House retains its historic allure while offering guests a taste of modern comforts. Nestled on five acres of lush greenery and home to over 3,500 avian residents, this property is a sanctuary for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike.

AN ESCAPE LIKE NO OTHER

Embark on a journey through Heart Hill, Forever
Forest, Fairy Falls, and Heaven Stone within the
estate’s grounds. Each destination offers a glimpse
into a realm where tranquillity reigns supreme and
nature’s wonders unfold before your eyes. At Carlton
House Yercaud, every moment is an invitation to
embrace serenity and experience love in the air.

NATURE’S EMBRACE
Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of Carlton House as you explore its vast gardens adorned with ancient trees that have stood tall for over a century. The harmonious symphony of chirping birds and rustling leaves creates an ambiance that rejuvenates your soul and connects you with nature on a profound level.