Clove Hall is a private Edwardian Anglo-Malay bungalow located in a quiet residential street. It provides an intimate escape from the bustle of busy Georgetown but is well within walking distance to it. Built on the site of a former colonial plantation, the house has been sensitively restored and converted and opened its doors to guests in 2009.
It features six individual suites with wooden floors, four poster beds, mosquito nets and ceiling fans. The main hall is furnished with colonial and Peranakan inspired décor and has black and white floor tiles, inlaid glass windows and etched glass light shades. The grounds have been transformed into a sultry tropical garden, verdant with spice trees and flowering plants, with a green-tiled pool nestled into it. The hotel's hosts are on hand to personally ensure guests comfort during their stay. Clove Hall, evocative of earlier times, provides a unique private experience and a perfect base from which to discover.