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Ammangala Estate, Valnoor via Kushalnagar, Kushalnagar 571234 India
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Pipson wrote a review Jan 2015
Bengaluru, India242 contributions89 helpful votes
What a beautiful place, with morning mists around the coffee plantations, the friendly dogs, the villagers working on the dried pepper, the calm and quiet, the very tasty food made and served in Geoffry's household...the place is ace. :o) Here's some help for those planning to drive from Bangalore to Coorg Dale. 1. Take the highway to Mysore and at Srirangapatna, take the left road to Elawala. This road continues to Hunsur, Peryapatna, and Kushalnagar. 2. Have lunch at Kushalnagar, at Hotel Kanika International. 3. Take the Madikeri road from Kushalnagar. 3km on that road, you will come to a small circle (3 roads meet here) called Guddehosur. 4. Take the left deviation from here - Siddapur Road. Approx. 13 km on this road, you will find the Coorg Wildlife Society Board with a fish drawing on the left side of the road. 5. Take a left turn from here. Three "Geoffry Muthanna" boards will lead you to Coorg Dale. Tip: If you lose your way in the last leg of the journey, ask anybody where Geoffry stays. He is well known in this locality. Activities that you can indulge in: >>Angling. Needs permit, which can be arranged. Mahseer angling is strictly catch-and-release, others you can consume (max 2 kg). >>Dubare - Elephant Interaction Program and Coracle Ride >>Bylakuppe - Namdroling Monastery - largest Tibetan settlement in India >>Nisargadhama - 90m rope bridge leads you to an island. Talacauvery – origin of the Cauvery River >>Swimming in the river close to Coorg Dale >>Trek to Ganapati Temple at Ammale (temple is believed to be over a thousand years old) >>Trek to Doddakalbetta/Big Stone Hill (great place to watch the sunset) >>Harangi Dam >>Madikeri - Abbi Falls – waterfall (Note: we do not recommend a trip to Abbi Falls, as entry to the water was forbidden by the police) This review is quite delayed. We went there in March, 2007, but I'm selecting Feb 2014 in the "When did you travel" drop-down list as I write this review, as it shows options only till Feb 2014 and not earlier.
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Date of stay: February 2014
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Happyfete wrote a review Dec 2014
South East England, United Kingdom19 contributions8 helpful votes
We were delighted when we arrived at Coorg Dale as it was a really idyllic setting in the midst of the coffee estates. But we soon found out that the owner was away on a visit and we were thus left with only the local staff, who did not speak English, to cook and manage the place. At about 5pm on the day we arrived a Monsoon storm struck which apparently felled some local trees and took out the power lines. For the remainder of our stay we only had power when the staff cooked our very simple meals (no chance of the promised local specialities we had asked for), at all other times we had only one small votive oil lamp to light our bedroom and bathroom. It may be said that this was unforeseeable, but unforeseeable problems are exactly why the proprietor should never have left the homestay when guests were staying, especially guests who did not speak the same language as the staff.
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Date of stay: October 2014
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dhanasekaren R wrote a review Dec 2013
Bengaluru, India7 contributions9 helpful votes
Coorg dale is a traditional home in the midst of a serene plantation. It is away from the din and dust and was an ideal location for 2 families. We planned it on a long weekend from Bangalore and stumbled on the Home stay list at http://www.homestaykodagu.com/home_stay/coorg_dale.htm We had trouble in reaching the phone lines and could get on the land line the hosts Mrs Kalpana. The approach to home stay gave a mystery path and when we reached the home we were at peace. The kids got off the vehicle and jumped into the swing, started playing in the front yard. It was a great hospitality by the owners - Mr. Geoffery Muthanna and family. The home has 2 rooms and well ventilated a traditional coorg home. The food preparation was great though we were vegetarians with local produce. The estate walk leads to the Dubare river. You can sit on the banks for many hours listening to the water flow. We did not venture to cross the river as the other side I was told is the Forest. At times Elephants do come but do not come into the estate. We could plan trips to Dubare camp, Tibetian monastery. We also visited the village temple and had a peaceful evening. Coorg dale would hold you back for another visit.
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Date of stay: June 2013
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Pramod (PP) wrote a review Jun 2010
Metro Manila, Philippines222 contributions91 helpful votes
Thinking of Coorg without plantation is incomplete. No better way to vouch for it, than staying inside a coffee plantation itself !! Though Coorg is famous for homestays, Mr. Geoffry's "Coorg Dale" locates itself amidst acres of Coffee plantation which has varieties of other plants too. location of the homestay is most amazing as one approaches the homestay with bit of off-roading through the plantation, after crossing roughly 10 km from Kushal Nagar. If one happens to visit during monsoon period, the view is simply breathtaking. Its a safe road to reach the homestay, even during monsoon period. Once arrived, one would get genuinely bowled over with the hospitality shown by Mr. Geoffry and his wife. They are very passionate about their homestay and their guests and it truly reflects through the delicious coorgi food they serve, which is the USP of this place apart from the sheer location itself. Not to forget, one is very close to the Cavery river bank, and a view of the river during monsoon is simply amazing. There are quite a few places to visit nearby in a radius of 30 km including a drive to Madikeri town which is an uphill drive. A drive to Madikeri over the hill is a pleasant & adventurous drive than the regular road through Kushal Nagar. The view from the hill top road is simply the best one can get. A walk through the plantation is something one can't miss, with able guidance of Mr. Geoffry. Dubare elephant camp is less than 5 km from the homestay and its recommended to go there in the morning time. Overall, this place is meant for nature lovers, adventurous types, those who want a feel of plantation stay, just to relax & recharge ones energy level and not to forget the incredible home made coorgi food. We would love to get back to this place any day for a short trip and just keep the busy routine of city life behind us. Thank you "Coorg Dale".
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Date of stay: June 2007
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PRICE RANGE
$60 - $69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
comfort homestay - coorg dale hotel kushalnagar
LOCATION
IndiaKarnatakaKodagu (Coorg)Kushalnagar
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
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Nearby attractions include Dubare Elephant Camp (2.0 km), Chiklihole Reservoir (5.1 km), and Coorg Wing (2.0 km).