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Back Waters Homestay in Coorg

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    2 star
    1 nights

    Homestay facility started in the year 2005. Among one of the first Home stays in Coorg, situated in Vindhya estate in Nakoor village of Kodagu District , Karnataka state.The Home stay facility is situated just 10 feet away from a 7000 acre water source ,backwater from the dam of Harangi, surrounded by a 44 acre Coffee estate. Nice and comfortable stay.

    All the 11 rooms offer home-like feel and tranquility to the travelers. Cuisines are one of the best part of the homestay. Guests can relish local cuisines of Coorg and South Indian meals at the restaurant which is open from 9 pm to 11 pm.

    Privileges of enjoying healthy breakfast for free, leisure walk on the well-spread lawns and parking facility is offered for free. Additional facilities such as laundry facility, luggage storage and barbeque grills truly make for a unique holiday. Note : WiFi is not provided at this hotel and mobile reception can be weak at times

    Comforts of home and surroundings that resound with peace and calm, the Home stay makes a perfect holiday or weekend destination of choice, provided with the best Coorg cuisine.

    Harangi Back Water is a main attraction, surrounded by Estate. Nice and comfortable stay. 24 hours checkout, best place for night party with bonfire, Coorg Dishes, boating excitement in River Harangi. You can also visit a nearby island, trekking can be arranged on request.

    Nearest Town: Suntikoppa.

    Distance from Bangalore – 280 km, Mysore 110 km. Mangalore 180 km, Kushalnagar 15 km, Madikeri-24 Gonikopppal. 55 km,

    Sight seeing places: Abbyfalls, Rajaseat, Fort, Raja’s Tomb, Omkareshwar Temple. and Nisargadame, Dubare, Tibetian monastery, Kotebetta, Talacauvery, Bhagamandala are nearby.

    Things to do: Trkking,Cycling,Estate Visit,Bird watching.

    Accomodation: Available for: 60 members.

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    Things to Do

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    Dubare Elephant Camp

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    Kaveri Nisargadhama

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    Abbey Falls

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