The Hotel is located on a mountain range at an altitude of 4000 feet. It is perched in the middle of 180 acres of sub-tropical rain forests.
Nestled in the Western Ghats, Cottabetta Bungalow is one of the most sought-after vacation homes in Coorg. The heritage bungalow in Coorg dwells in the estate from where come some of the finest Robusta Coffee ripened by the rays of the winter sun.
Nestled amidst the coffee plantations lies the Taneerhulla Cottage, a 30 year old bungalow from amã Stays & Trails. The perfect haven for small families looking for a weekend retreat, the cottage opens up to a lush garden where visitors can enjoy a steaming cup of morning coffee. The friendly staff at the cottage will ensure that your stay is a memorable one, while you relax and enjoy the comforts of your home away from home.
At a height of 900 mtr, drive into the winding road through the blue and white gates of the Woshully Coffee Plantation Estate and one of the oldest heritage bungalows looms into sight. Standing on the porch of the bungalow one sees the famed Doorbeen (Binoculars) road. Folklore says that there used to be a Masonian Temple in the vicinity. The Woshully estate is known for its high quality Robusta and fine flavoured Coorg Mandarin oranges. Woshully is home to a host of animal species. An established “elephant corridor” passes through the estate. Racket tailed dragons, scarlet minivets, serpent eagles and brahminy kites are frequently seen frolicking in the shade trees.
The Bungalow has stood the test of time & gives you the essence of living a planter's life. There is a touch of old world era right from the switch boards to the draperies. The rich collection of paintings ornating the walls gives a true sense of place.
The Pollibetta Bungalow that stands tall atop the Western Ghats is an exclusive spectator to a vast coffee plantation, Coorg’s hills and their multiple hues of green. This luxurious heritage bungalow is spaciously designed to make way for natural light while the bungalow’s high ceilings contribute to its grandeur. Although fully equipped with modern amenities such as wireless internet, satellite television, the bungalow, with its courtyard, wooden flooring and intricately engraved Victorian furniture, takes you back to a time of the past.
Tucked away in the shadows of tall silver oak trees lies the 40 year old Surgi Bungalow. Tranquil as it has always been, it is the perfect choice for those looking to spend a quiet and comfortable holiday. The Surgi bungalow is situated right across the road from TATA Coffee's 9-hole golf course, which makes it the ideal location for those plan to indulge in the sport. Rest assured that the time you spend at the bungalow will be cherished for life!
The erstwhile home of Glen & Lorna, two daughters of the planter who built this abode in the valley of Hudikeri overlooking the steps of tea farm. Located in the hills of South Coorg, the Glenlorna Tea Plantation Estate lies at an impressive elevation of 808 m, surrounded by the famed fauna and flora of the Western Ghats. With slanting roofs, an arched portico, red-tiles on the floor and antique wooden beds, the bungalow has been standing strong with time ever since 1914.
The Glenlorna estate gets an abundance of rainfall and is not only famous for its tea, but also pepper crops and areca nuts. The area surrounding the estate are home to wild boars, hares and an array of birds, considered to be one of the most ecologically sustained zone. Glenlorna is well- renowned for its impressive tea production averaging to roughly around 3,845 kilograms of tea per hectare, post-harvest. Glenlorna is also the only tea estate with a processing unit in the Coorg District.
Situated 8 km from Madikeri, Rare Earth Estate is aesthetically built, with traditional influences of Kodagu styles & the essence of Chola architecture from the regions of Chettinad and Pudukottai, immersing you in the classical feel of Southern India. Each room comes with a private sit out and an exclusive garden.The home has carefully handpicked wooden antique doors, windows and pillars. These decorative pieces were procured from old broken-down homes, restored & reused to help conserve the historical & cultural soul of the region.
The floor tiles are handmade with elaborately designed traditional motifs and are sourced from the Athangudi village in Tamil Nadu, an endeavour to conserve the dying art forms of India. The collection of brass souvenirs displayed around the home, are a part of their ancestral heirlooms and have been collected over the years. The Belgian glass roof tiles cleverly juxtaposed with the traditional roof tiles, capture and diffuse, in an array of colours, the sunlight, thereby illuminating the interiors during the day and conserving energy in the process.
At a height of 900 mtr, drive into the winding road through the blue and white gates of the Woshully Estate into the Taneerhulla Bungalow. Named after the Kodagu term for "cold water" is a reminscence of the water body which ripples with the slow breeze. The Bungalow is a piece of heaven tucked in the coffee estate of Woshully. The manicured garden around the Bungalow offers you a variety of outdoor games to play your hands on or just sit back & feast your eyes to the shrubs, the creepers & a rainbow of flowers aorund. The Bungalow steps its foot into the old history of the colonial times, be it the intricate carpet which warms your toes or the pure hardwood four poster beds which have been intricately maintained. The Taneerhulla Bungalow has metamorphosised from an antique blissful haven to a seasoned bungalow with a touch of modernisation. The Estate that adorns this jewel is not only famous for its Robusta coffee but also for the Mandarin Oranges that grows in conjugation with coffee, adding that citrus note to your brew's aroma.