CoffeeBlossom Homestay

Tariff: 

Room 1& 2

1600/person/day+ Taxes

Tree House

2000/person/day + Taxes

 

Includes all three meals on buffet veg and non-veg for lunch and dinner.

 

If you want to sit back ,relax and enjoy a good vacation away from the hustle and bustle of the city, then coorg ,a small hill station in Karnataka is the place for you. Coorg is on the western Ghats .Set amidst verdant valleys, imposing mountains and teak wood forests, this is one of the most beautiful hill stations you can visit. It lies on Karnataka’s southwestern end , covering an area of 4,102sq km.

Coorg gives a rejuvenating feel to those who visit this place, hence attracting a lot of tourists .it is known for its beautiful coffee ,tea and cardamom plantations. It is refer red to as the Scotland of India and is said that its scenic beauty dragged the British to this tourist spot nearly 100 years ago.

Kodagu as it was known before the British Raj and now called Coorg is a beautiful hill country situated at a height of 3000 to 5000 feet above sea level. Called the “Scotland of India” and the “Kashmir of the South”, the beauty of its verdant valleys, green luxuriant forests, emerald rice fields and lush coffee and pepper plantations is breathtaking. 

Here on the edge of the world famous Nagarholae wild life sanctuary, located on 300 acres of coffee plantation lies a sprawling and spacious many bedroom estate home. Established over a century ago by Maneyapanda Nachiah, it is now converted into a luxurious home stay and is a perfect mix of modern comfort and charm reminiscent of the old Plantation lifestyle. It retains the character of its original structure and is designed for the traveler who wants to experience the same. This estate home has played host to distinguished guests like Lord Baden Powell,  Acharya Vinobha Bhave, John Galbraith and Pearl S Buck, to name a few