Visited Moksha with family for 3 days in June,12. The drive from the main road to the accomodtion is not very good. The location of the place is good, surrounded with thick cover of trees, away from the noise of main road. in fact, one can't hear any traffic from the main road. The environment is homely with spacious rooms with attached drg dining. The voltage was always low resulting in lower lux levels of lighting at nights. Power supply is erratic but genset is good enough provided it is started in time. On the last night of stay, power went off and the caretaker's mobile was switched off which caused little inconvinience. The service was good. The caretaker always provided us with what we desired. Food was homely to our taste but at same time they prepared other indian food at requests on short notice. We loved to stay at the front laws which was always in shade. Most wonderful was the morning time when there were chirping birds. This place is for those who want to stay away from the maddening city crowds and want to spend wome quality time. There are no market/convinient shops in the vicinity so one must tell the caretaker well in advance about any requirements. The ambience is nice and flexible unlike any hotel where one is confined to one's room only. The tarriff is OK but food was bit expensive. I tried dinner at a five star resort nearby and to our horror there was no water in washrooms. Thank god, we had plenty of water at Moksha so we came backand had dinner at Mokhsa only. I guess the hills are getting hotter every summer so would have liked if there had been a celing fan above dining table. In the end, I enjoyed my stay and would like to spend time again in future.