Corberts Rest is comprised of five earth-toned cottages scattered over eight acres of hilly, terraced land, full of fruit trees that attract numerous species of birds and butterflies. There is also a separate camping site down the hill and a dormitory for trekkers and those travelling in small groups. A waterfall from a nearby spring flows down one corner of the property during the rainy season forming a natural pool downhill where you can take a dip. In this remote corner of the hills, there is no main electricity or water supply: a generator is switched on daily from 6pm to 10 pm for lighting and the piped water is drawn from a natural spring. The stone-walled restaurant, kitchen and staff quarters is located down the hill, reached via steep steps which are lit up at night. Corberts Rest is owned by a Sri Lankan couple who are ardent trekkers and wildlife enthusiasts, well-versed with the Knuckles Conservation Range. An experienced trekking guide is available to accompany guests.