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Rustic Plantation Cottages

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    Resort
    2 star
    India
    Chikmagalur
    Jakkanahalli, Chikamagalur, Avathi, Karnataka 577130
    09591391010
    Chikmagalur
    1 nights
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    A Melange of Tranquility & Comfort

    Cushioned amidst the lush greenery of the coffee plantations, the lofty trees and the mighty mountains, Rustic Plantation Cottages brings to you an exquisite and serene accommodation in the “Coffee Land of Karnataka” – Chikmagalur. This property is a family-opened and operated holiday home where legendary services and rejuvenating comfort meet.

    Over the years, we have established a striking presence in Chikmagalur by providing a meaningful and stimulating atmosphere, making your stay grand and memorable like never before. Adorned with rustic and enchanting designs, Rustic Plantation Cottages – Nature Retreat brings to you a humble abode for travellers from all around the globe.

    Accommodation & Restaurant

    Rustic Plantation Cottages – Nature Retreat, Chikmagalur, brings to you sumptuous accommodation in the form of Rustic Cottages, Mountain View Cottages, and Luxury Villas. With a delightful and cosy ambience, the rooms offer a melange of comfort and style.

    Relish the authentic Malnad cuisine in the exotic restaurant at Rustic Plantation Cottages – Nature Retreat, Chikmagalur. With rustic interior décor, the restaurant has a spotless and luxurious ambience, adding on to your fine dining experience.

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    Policies of Rustic Plantation Cottages

    Amenities of Rustic Plantation Cottages

    • COFFEE
    • FIRE PLACE
    • FREE PARKING
    • FRIDGE
    • PETS ALLOWED
    • PICK AND DROP
    • PLAY PLACE

    Things to Do

    Ayyanakere Lake

    0 (0) Ayyanakere Lake is located at a distance of 20 km from the town of Chikmagalur. Positioned in the Malnad region, the beautiful water body is frequented by nature lovers. One of the highlights of the lake is the view of a pyramid shaped peak standing alongside the reservoir. Tourists visit the lake for

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    Lakkavalli Dam

    0 (0) 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

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    Hirekolale Lake

    0 (0) At a distance of 10 Kms from Chikmagalur & 50 Kms from Kemmangundi, Hirekolale Lake is a beautiful manmade lake amidst beauty and surrounded by high mountains. The famous hills of Mullayanagiri can be viewed from here. This lake was built to supply water to Chikmagalur town and irrigation of lands in surrounding

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    Baba Budangiri Hills

    0 (0) 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

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    Mullayanagiri

    0 (0) 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

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    Kalhatti Falls

    0 (0) Kalhatti Falls or Kalahasti Falls is located at Kallattipura (kallathigiri) in Chikmagalur district of Karnataka, India. The waterfall is 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) away from Kemmangundi hill station. It offers an excellent view of the cascading water from the Chandra Drona Hill from 122 meters (400 ft) above in front of the Veerabhadreshwara

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