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Misty Valley Hill Resort

Anamada, Misty valley resort road, Muthalamada North, Nelliyampathy 678508 India
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Misty valley hill Resorts is heritage farm houses constructed by Britishers located at the reserve forest of Nelliyampathy hills, Integral part of Western Ghats, a UNESCO APPROVED WORLD HERITAGE SITE due to its great biological diversity and exceptional natural beauty . The majesty of Nelliyampathy Hills (3,500 ft.) slowly unfolds along the mountain road from Nemmara,palakkadu(dist), winding past 10 hairpin bends towards Pulayanpara, from there you have to change your vehicle to a four wheel drive to Misty Valley. It will be an off road drive of 13.5 KM by enjoying a very rare blend of natural beauty and wild life .Misty valley is the part of 914 acres plantation of coffee, cardamom and orange namely ANAMADA ESTATE, started by Britishers by the end of eighteenth century.Misty valley is bounded with the vested forest of parambikulam tiger reserve and Nelliyampathy reserve forest.
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Anamada, Misty valley resort road, Muthalamada North, Nelliyampathy 678508 India
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SajiSmitha wrote a review Dec 2020
Bangalore, Karnataka, India22 contributions7 helpful votes
Let me start with the gripe factor. The resort would be BIG HIT, if they have good lodging Ex: Floor, Beds, Bathrooms are renovated and maintained well. They seem to neglect this to complete the experience. The best part of the experience is the activities like - None of these places are commercial, so the experience is exclusive. - 14 km ride through Jungle to the resort on 4WD (not for the people with backbone issues) - Food was really good, though home made, all 8 of us liked the food served in 3 meals - Night safari in open jeep was an experience. We could spot Sambhar dears and Bisons - Camp fire - Whole weather was very pleasant, In the morning whole place was covered with Mist - Trek in the morning to a peak, where you get blown away by Gusty Misty winds was worth it (some were lucky to stick with small leeches) - Then we had a heavy breakfast and headed for walk through woods, with no noise except the blowing winds and swaying trees - On the way back there are some scenic places where your jeep driver would stop to top the experience. Rest assured, you will cherish this trip for long in your memory, except for the rooms, which can be adjusted for a night stay. Electricity to this place is from Solar power and there are no fans or Cell coverage in this area. Also worth mentioning the staff, who were ready to do anything asked Ex: Tea, Hot water for bath, extra food, type of food etc. Worth mentioning Mr.Radhakrishnan
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Date of stay: December 2020
Room Tip: The heritage bungalow is an 1 km on top of the hill, but was not clean to our liking. The view...
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Susha wrote a review Jan 2020
New Delhi, India4 contributions1 helpful vote
Do not go expecting stellar service or luxurious rooms. It is in the middle of nowhere which makes it challenging for the management and exciting for guests willing to take up adventure. The management and staff are helpful (within their limitations) and try very hard to meet your demands. We had a big family gathering of 30+ and keeping in mind the isolated nature of the property, they were happy to design our itinerary for us to keep us engaged for the two nights and two days we were there. There was very little from what we asked for that was not provided. If only properties in such remote location could get some help from the state machinery, at the very least, just for access. Located in the midst of an orange farm, with coffee plantations peppered within, makes for a good getaway for a big bunch that wants to make sure technology is left behind. For senior travellers, be prepared for a very bumpy ride from the town to the property. Once in, they do a good job to make you forget the pain.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Remeez.Almadeena wrote a review Nov 2019
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Very bad experience and not worth of money.. food was not hygienic... Behaviour and attitude of the staffs towards the guest was poor... bathrooms was unhygienic and lights were not working and only after complaining they fix it
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Copernicus wrote a review Nov 2019
Bengaluru, India9 contributions3 helpful votes
Misty Valley has one of the properties blessed with best locations in Nellyampathy. Unfortunately the property is poorly maintained. In-spite of the high charges, the rooms looks really tired. Bathrooms are not properly maintained as it lacks some of the basic amenities. Food was quite basic sans taste and it got compounded by the appalling attitude the chef and his helpers. AT least the rooms could have couple of more charging points This resort is still running maybe coz of some of the energetic youngsters working really hard. There is enough potential for this property to develop provided the promoters are ready to do some investment
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Date of stay: November 2019
Bashiq B wrote a review Oct 2019
26 contributions29 helpful votes
I never expected the journey to this amazing place to be such a different experience. It is the path that makes it a unique experience. A duration of more than 1.5 hrs is required from the starting point below the hills to the resort and this is fully OFF ROAD!! The resort is more than 100 years old. It was built by a British officer in 1800s when India was under the British rule in the midst of 1800+ acres of forest.He developed the area into a small village as well.Now the resort area is about 450 acres and there are 2 two storied dormitories in addition to the single storied 5 bedroom resort. They provide delicious home made food with snacks and an amazing trip through the forest during night especially (by experienced drivers).That trip is the highlight of the facilities provided by the resort management.The location of the resort is breath takingly beautiful but you wont have any signals from your telecom provider(which you will be thankful for later). It is a very beautiful experience.Really loved it.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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IndiaKeralaPalakkad DistrictNelliyampathy
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Frequently Asked Questions about Misty Valley Hill Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Misty Valley Hill Resort?
Nearby attractions include Seethargundu Viewpoint (5.9 km), Nelliyampathy Hills (6.1 km), and Meenampara View Point (5.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Misty Valley Hill Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Misty Valley Hill Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Misty Valley Hill Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Does Misty Valley Hill Resort offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a banquet room and conference facilities during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Misty Valley Hill Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Seethargundu Viewpoint (5.9 km).