Located in Kadagadal, in a lush coffee estate, this property is absolutely gorgeous and has a strong traditional flavour. The emerald lawns outside are striking with carpet soft grass, and a variety of garden shrubbery; a green garden bench is perfect to sit on and sip a cup of tea or coffee. A large lily pond sits pretty in another part of the gardens. A paved courtyard leads into an open patio with traditional athangudi tiles and cane-back recliners, a wooden bench with tile engravings, and little glass lamps for illumination. A traditional wooden swing hangs gracefully in one side of the patio. Inside, the living room is cosy with traditional antique furniture, a fireplace, and athangudi tiles. A strategically placed lamp adds warmth to the ambience. On the other side, two four-seater dinettes sit up close to a large bookshelf. The bedrooms flaunt large antique beds that are furnished for comfort, with bamboo pull-down screens, and en suite bathrooms that are modern and stylish, with essential toiletries and bath linen. The athangudi tiles that grace the floor are a common factor throughout the house and add a traditional dimension to the space. This one would definitely make a memorable stay.
Beautiful rooms with all basic amenities giving a relaxing and comfortable stay. These simple rooms are neatly arranged and equipped with modern amenities which ensure a peaceful siesta to the guests. Few of the in-room features include colour TV, common sitting room and a dining room with a well stocked library. The entire house has been carefully planned. The architecture is best suited to the local climate incorporating natural heating processes. The floor tiles used are made individually by artisans from a remote village in Tamil Nadu, with an endeavor to encourage their artistry. In order to preserve the natural trees, the windows and doors of the cottage have been crafted from old wood, recovered from demolished homes all over India. attached bathrooms with all modern facilities, essential toiletries, in-room entertainment facilities like television etc are there. Tea/coffee makers in rooms and wardrobes to store essentials are there.
Guests are requested to provide valid ID proof at the time of check-in.
Madikeri, located in the Kodagu district of Karnataka is one of the most picturesque hill stations in the Southern part of India. Known for its spice and coffee plantations, set amid emerald landscapes, Madikeri attracts travellers from near and far due to the variety of activities and adventures it offers. Ranging from trekking to visiting the many tourist attractions in the near vicinity, there is something that satiates the spirit of travellers of all kinds. Some of the popular tourist attractions and their approximate distances from Madikeri are as follows: Omkareshwara Temple 1 km Raja's Seat 1 km Madikeri Fort 1 km Gaddige (Raja's Tomb) 2 km Abbey Falls 9 km Bhagamandala 40 km Thalacauvery 48 km Mandalpatty 20 km
Mangalore Airport: Approx. 146kms
Mangalore Central Railway Station: Approx.142kms
Madikeri Bus Station around (8.5kms) approx
the place, the food, the surroundings , i must say everything is just wow