Tucked away amid verdant foliage, this is an offering of an eight-bedroom cottage which can accommodate up to twenty-four people. The property boasts an open-air restaurant, and is ideal for a large group of backpackers.
Your Space The property is dotted with semi-evergreen trees and potted greens which lends it a rather serene charm. Dining tables are provided at one end of the property so you can dine in and soak in the fresh air! You also have the option of dining in the gazebo dining space where floor beds are provided. Thatched roofs and unfinished clay walls add a pastoral charm to the cottage. Swing beds hang outside the porch so you can lounge and enjoy a siesta in the middle of the day. Inside, each room houses a comfy double bed an alcove shelf. The en suite washrooms are tiled and well appointed with western sanitary ware.
Guests are requested to provide a valid identification at the time of check-in.
Hampi is a laid back village that was the last capital of Vijayanagar Empire (1336 – 1646 DC), one of the greatest Hindu kingdoms in India’s history. It has some extremely captivating ruins, intriguingly intermingled with large boulders that rear up all over the landscape. The ruins, which date back to the 14th century, stretch for just over 26 kilometers (10 miles) and comprise more than 500 monuments in both sides of the river, including also the village of Anegundi believed to be the monkey kingdom of Kishkindha (Kishkinta means in local language a forest where the monkeys lived) in the epic of Ramayana.
Check In: 12:00 pm
Check Out: 12:00 pm
Get a full refund if you cancel a full fourteen days before check-in. However, in case of no show or cancellation after this duration, the entire booking amount will be retained.
We felt like being in the lap of nature... traditional and interesting place