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Ancestral Homestay in Chikmagalur

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Homestay
3 star
India
Chikmagalur
Chikmagalur, Karnataka, India
06364704455
Chikmagalur
1 nights

Experience hospitality at its best at this Ancestral Homestay, a 360 years old heritage abode midst the scenic beauty of Malnad’s lush green forests, widespread coffee plantations and the intoxicating aroma of the black pepper creepers.

Situated at just 24 ks from Chikmagalur, this place has a history of more than 700 years earmarked by Tipu Sultan’s visit and the reign of the Hoysalas. A famous temple dedicated to the triumphant warriors of the glorious past is at a stone throw distance.

Dwelt by six generations of Royal family, property is located on the road connecting Chikmagalur and Tarikere. The unmatched melody of streams trickling down the valley while sipping steaming hot coffee augments the already perfect evenings.

Find yourself very close to nature as you listen to the silent call of the passing clouds. Homely Malnad dishes unheard of in other regions makes the stay all the more special and enjoyable.

Policies of Ancestral Homestay in Chikmagalur

Amenities of Ancestral Homestay in Chikmagalur

  • COFFEE
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • FIRE PLACE
  • FREE PARKING
  • PICK AND DROP
  • PLAY PLACE
  • SUITABLE FOR EVENTS
  • TELEVISION

Things to Do

Halebidu

Halebidu the ancient Hoysala capital houses the ornate Hoysaleswara and Kedareswara temples, and is one of the well visited tourist attractions of Karnataka. Halebidu is located at a distance of 149 km from Mysore and 31 km from Hassan. The Karnataka State Tourism Bureau offers a rather hectic tour package (from Mysore) covering Sravanabelagola, Halebidu

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Lakkavalli Dam

Vegetation The vegetation is of wet deciduous type. This place receives the annual rainfall of more than 120 cm. The temperature varies from 21 degrees Celsius in winter to 39 degrees in summer. Among the flora the commonly found are Sandalwood, Teak, Rosewood, Honne etc.It is also famous for the Bhadra wildlife sanctuary which is

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Baba Budangiri Hills

Overview To the north of Chikmagalur town is the Baba-Budan Range or Chandra Drona Parvatha as it was known in olden times, which has one of the highest mountain peaks between the Himalayas and the Nilgiris. The loftiest point of the range is Mullaiyanagiri which is 1,926 meters above sea level. The three large caves

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Veera Narayana Temple – Belavadi

Belavadi is a national heritage site and one of the important attractions in Karnataka tourism. The temple here is built in Hoysala architecture. Belavadi village is located at a distance of 29 km southeast of Chikmagalur town and just 10 km from Halebid, another world heritage site and a visit to Belavadi is quiet town

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Mullayanagiri

Mullayanagiri located in Chikmagalur district is the highest peak in Karnataka with an altitude of 1950 meters. Regarded as the highest peak between Himalayas and Nilgiris, Mullayanagiri is one of the best treks in Karnataka and among the top trekking places to visit in Chikmagalur. It is also one of the top attractions you must

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Belur

The historic town Belur, one of the monuments of Karnataka, is beautifully set on banks of Yagachi river, amidst lush surroundings, in Hassan district of Karnataka. It was formerly known as Velapuri and was chosen as the alternate capital city by the Hoysala’s after the ransacking and destruction of their then capital Dwarasumudra (now known

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Chikmagalur Golf Club

Lush green hills surround Chikmagalur (1, 434 mts) and blend into Western Ghats. This is where the famed Indian Coffee originated, where the highest peak Mulaiyanagiri (1,925mts) in Karnataka nestles cosily with Babubudanagiri hills. A constant clamour by visitors, who have fallen head over heels for Chikmagalur Golf Club, has been for a place to

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Hebbe Falls

Hebbe falls is one of the most picturesque tourist destinations of Chikmagalur district. Hebbe Falls is located about 8 km from the picturesque hill station Kemmangundi, a summer retreat of Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV. Hebbe Falls is surrounded by dense forests and coffee plantations, Hebbe Falls gushes down from a height of 168 meters in two

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Kemmanagundi

Kemmannugundi is a hill station in Chikmagalur district in the state of Karnataka, India. Kemmannugundi (or Kemmannagundi) derives its name from three Kannada words – Kempu (red), mannu (soil) and gundi (pit) and means a place with red soil. It is 1434m above sea level. This was the summer retreat of Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and

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