The Coffees welcome you to the land of the coffee
Visit us in the Coorg district of South Karnataka and revel in the enchanting fragrance of coffee...the aroma of fresh cardamom, black pepper and Coorg honey...the holy Cauvery river....the enthralling climate, cool air and hilly terrain... all of which have influenced visitors and settlers alike, and have inspired the region's nickname: The Scotland of India
Coorg, also known as Kodagu. A hilly region in the Sahyadri mountains, Coorg is renowned for its many touristic destinations as well as its distinct Kodava culture, beautiful green hills, and abundant waterfalls and coffee estates.The district's capital, Madikeri also known as Mercara was founded in 1681 by Muddu Raja, a prince of the Haleri Dynasty.
Its misty hills, lush forests and orange groves, undulating streets, breathtaking views, and acres and acres of pepper and coffee plantations are what make Coorg an unforgettable holiday destination.
The Coffee’s Nature Homes is situated at 5000 feet above sea level and extends across five acres of lush greenery amidst plantations of coffee, spices, medicinal plants, and orchids. It overlooks the misty scenic valleys of the Western Ghats.
The Coffee’s Nature Homes, surrounded by vast and well-maintained coffee plantations, offers a unique glimpse into how Coorg’s world-famous brews make their way from these lush plantations to your morning cuppa.
If you are looking for a quiet, tranquil and salubrious corner to reflect, meditate and have a peaceful time, there is no other place than THE COFFEE’s. You can also enjoy with family, friends, and colleagues with a variety of facilities to indulge you.
We Offer Spacious Rooms with Huge Balcony and Breath Taking views
Rs.3500/- PER COUPLE INCLUDING BREAKFAST & DINNER (VEG&NON-VEG)
Rs.1750/- FOR EXTRA ADULT INCLUDING BREAKFAST & DINNER (VEG&NON-VEG)
RS.900/- FOR KIDS 5-12 YEARS
ABOVE 12 YEARS WILL BE CONSIDERED AS EXTRA ADULT
KIDS BELOW 5 YEARS FREE
CHECK IN:1.00 PM
CHECKOUT:11 .00 AM
THINGS TO DO
Talakaveri is the place that is generally considered to be the source of the river Kaveri. It is located by Brahmagiri hill (not to be confused with the Brahmagiri range further south) near Bhagamandala in Kodagu district, Karnataka bordering Kasarkod district of Kerala. It stands at a height of 1,276 m. above sea level. However, there is not a permanent visible flow from this place to the main rivercourse except during the Monsoon.
A pleasant spectacle of refreshing layers of greenery, chain of high and low-rise-mountains attired with mist, the Raja Garden was a one-time-favorite of the kings of Kodagu who used to watch the setting sun, and spend time with their queens here.It is shaped like a small square in brick and mortar, with four pillars bridged by arches, enhanced by beautiful surroundings. This lovely spot was a favorite place of recreation for the Rajas and hence was permanently associated with them. It is built on a high level ground with a commanding view of the cliffs and valleys to the west.
The falls was earlier called Jessi falls, named after a British officer's wife. However, the place was a thick jungle area back then. Years later, the waterfall was discovered by Mr. Neravanda B.Nanaiah who bought the place from the government and converted it into a coffee and spices plantation that surrounds the waterfall today
Coorg is very famous for the Spices and coffee.Must buy for the tourists.
One can take a walk through the coffee and cardamom plantations
Bonfires & Barbeques, Picnic/Packed Lunches can be arranged on request.
This was the first stay in Madikeri. The rooms are spacious and good. The facilities for children is also good. The host is very courteos and available for any kind of help.