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Comfort Homestay - Victory Home

Victory Home Victory Estate Athur Pollibetta, Pollibetta 571215 India
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#3 of 6 B&Bs / Inns in Pollibetta
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Manish S wrote a review Oct 2016
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India4 contributions
First we're amazed with the scenic beauty on the way from Madikeri to this place (via NH27). ‘Google Maps’ doesn’t show real location so beware and call the Homestay to get help (before starting). Tired with whole day adventure with 4 year old kid (visited Abby Falls, Fort, Raja’s Seat and Omkareshwar Temple in the day). When we reached there (after 1 km full green ranch-off main road), we got a warm welcome by our hosts. Truly amazing people. Got very nice tea and coffee and then, dinner with 3-4 dishes on the table with desert. After dinner, Recipe discussion round, what all mixed and what all is home grown. About Room: Comfortable bed, enough lightings, clean and well maintained washroom and all other necessary facilities were there. Next morning when we get out of bungalow,
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Date of stay: October 2016
sreesha_diva wrote a review Jun 2016
Bengaluru, India133 contributions24 helpful votes
Going by the number of positive reviews here on TripAdvisor, we were really looking forward to our stay at Victory Home. The house itself is beautiful - a wooden structure, surrounded by coffee plantation and vibrant flowering trees and shrubs, with a certain old world charm. If you're going for a relaxing, no-sightseeing holiday, then this is a good option. However, having stayed at other homestays in Gokarna, Chikmagalur, etc., I do feel the homestay experience was not up to the mark. For one, the location - Victory homestay is in Pollibetta, which is at a minimum of 45 km from anywhere in the Kodagu district. Unless you stay cooped up all day, any time you step out, you feel all you're doing is driving. It goes without saying, that with the heat and humidity, it can get
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Date of stay: March 2016
Puneet B wrote a review May 2016
Harlūr, India5 contributions
The overall experience of staying in victory homestay was amazing starting from the roads filled with nature towards the house, beautifully constructed house with huge garden around, all different kinds of flowers and interiors is amazing. On top of it the best part of the stay is Mrs Kaveri. She is an amazing lady. You can't stop yourself from getting inspired from her the way she manages everything and she is an amazing host, you will feel like you are staying at away from home. Will go there again and will stay there for more days.
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Date of stay: May 2016
keron wrote a review Mar 2016
Pune15 contributions1 helpful vote
The first view of the House is stunning. Surrounded by thousands of flowers –types and colours, exquisitely maintained in flower beds on all sides !! After a refreshing shower, we traipsed around The House to admire the construction and layout. Apart from the wooden floor, panelling and carved sections on the side walls of the living and dining room, there is a lovely collection of photo frames of Joe and Kavery’s lineage, from Rai Bahadur to the present generation in a wooden ‘mandap’ on the left side of the Living room- dining room passage. On the right is a similar ‘mandap’ with brass images of the pantheon of Hindu deities, so beautifully lit up !! Kavery has a lovely collection of brass idols of Hindu Gods & Godesses of all sizes, a Buddha, a fabulous looking Ganesha, a
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Date of stay: March 2016
Sushant C wrote a review Jan 2016
New York City, New York18 contributions16 helpful votes
This is the second time we visited this property in under 3 months and we couldn't have been pleased anymore. This time, we took our friends visiting India from United States. They loved the place and especially the hospitality provided by Mrs. Kaveri Ponnappa. She is most generous, most attentive host you will probably ever meet. Coffee is offered all around the day. She personally cooks lovely, healthy meals. She puts in a lot of effort and time for those meals and every ingredient is fresh from either her own garden or the market. The property is beautiful and huge! You can take a walk in the coffee estate and you really dont need to step out of the property. You will see coffee, pepper, banana, coconut, etc within the estate itself. What is the need to go out for? :)
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Date of stay: January 2016
US$ 49 - US$ 80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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