Something is blooming in our backyard
Natirar originated in 1912. Today, 400 acres conserved by the county surround Pendry Natirar’s 90-acre domain. The Tudor-style mansion, formerly owned by the King of Morocco, will be restored and soon an adjoining luxury hotel, Spa and a collection of private residences will be added and crafted for farm-style living, and re-emerge as Pendry Natirar. The resort will include a full-service destination Spa Pendry, fitness center, swimming pool, tennis courts and outdoor activities to be discovered throughout the property and among trail paths groomed for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Offering peaceful seclusion and connection, Pendry Natirar will inspire a sanctuary of wellness to reawaken the senses, along with special moments for all to enjoy and places for all to gather. A signature hotel restaurant will feature a seasonal culinary offering; the lounge set in the mansion’s grand room will be a place to gather for afternoon delights and evening celebrations.
The renowned restaurant Ninety Acres and its adjoining cooking school will feature year-round menus, culinary-focused programming and partnership events with local growers. The estate’s sustainable farm operates in harmony with the seasons to deliver its agricultural bounty to the resort’s food and wine program.
Natirar includes a private social membership club for those who share a passion for food, wine, adventure and camaraderie. Natirar Club Members have access to special club amenities, services and events. It provides an exclusive escape for the body, mind and spirit, enriching the lives of members and their families.
This idyllic destination offers guests and residents the perfect marriage of easy country living and estate sophistication. A place of repose and rejuvenation.
We look forward to welcoming you.
“We will continue the Ladd’s’ vision for the estate, and bring the property to new and spectacular levels. Natirar will be all that it was and more – a place of retreat and renewal, of regard for nature and sustainability, a true resource for our community and our state.”