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Ibinawalawadi, 7 Kms Madikeri, Mysore Road Sandalkad Estate, Madikeri 571201 India
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#15 of 368 in Madikeri
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Yogitiku wrote a review Jan 2020
New Delhi, India72 contributions23 helpful votes
Didn't have any expectations about the place, since just wanted to spend some time with the raw natural surroundings. It turned out to be more than the expected. Situated amongst the coffee plantations and lots of greenery, it is a place worth visiting if you are looking for no disturbance quiet place. Tucked away from the main town market, the place has nice duplex type cottages. Two types. Comfortable and relaxing at the same time . Rooms are big, and have an extra bed on the upper area. A small veranda opening in the coffee greens is your extra luxury. Orange and avacado trees are around the property. Hot water is available in the morning and on request later. Bathroom was clean and maintenance is good. WiFi is free but signal strength is not very good and intermittent. But in a way that is a blessing. :) Staying here was fun, with solitude. Am sure, when you want to live with the nature , you don't expect a modern five star luxury, and that's the beauty of the place. The staff is smiling and very cordial. The food is home cooked. But local flavours are evident. All kind of food is available., They go an extra mile sometimes to prepare as per your choice and beyond the menu, if ordered in advance. They also have own coffee farms, with Arabica, Robusta and other coffee plantations. They give tour of the farms, which is huge with variety of plantation, including spices like cardamom, black pepper etc. The owners live in the same vicinity and make it a point to greet and make you comfortable. I would love to visit again, if I get a chance to be away from the chaos.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Batasari Travel Tales wrote a review Dec 2019
Chennai (Madras), India128 contributions39 helpful votes
This place situated appx. 7 kmts from Madikeri town. They have independent cottages and premium rooms. There are only 2 premium rooms and around 3 cottages. I have opted to stay in Premium room. Both has a price difference of around 1k. Premium rooms are spacious, clean and modern. It has all the basic facilities like television, small fridge, sofa. These rooms have balcony too with chairs provided. Front side of the room has a dining table along with chairs suitable for food, reading and sit out too. There is a tree house kind of set up which has a fire place and suitable for dining as well. We had campfire which was good experience. Hot water is available round the clock. Only problem is the food. Breakfast there will be only one dish along with fruits and coffee/Tea. Very limited menu and no options to choose. Out of 2 days of my stay, we were disappointed both days. Lunch /Dinner too, it costs around 350 rupees per plate hence we have decided not to eat there. Both days we went to Madikeri for dinner since we have our transportation. Though they claim as homestay being primary reason for having buffet or multiple dishes, this could have been way better and price has nothing to do with it. This is located in Tea estate, room has view to the tea estate, next to the property there is a small road connects to the madikeri main road which is around 500 meters. Place is peaceful, you can walk around and go for tea estate walk even Property owner organises at some cost. Away from city hustle bustle, place is calm and close to the nature. Abby falls, madikeri town attractions are with in 10 kmts. Staff was polite and courteous. Place is suitable for families, couples and small groups too. Need to have own / private transportation to reach this place. Overall property, staff and location is good. If you can check alternate for food, this is perfect place for holiday.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled
Sushri wrote a review Aug 2019
Bengaluru, India9 contributions
The place is very beautiful , well maintained and clean . We went on rainy season , instead of heavy rains they took care of all our needs. The staff was very friendly and accommodative. Being away from town , the options on food here are less but all the food items provided are very hygienic and tasty just like home made food. we missed many things like visit to coffee estate, bonfire , barbecue etc because of rains but overall the stay was very nice. we took the liberty of the surrounding to do great photography. The only issue we faced was the power cut . The UPS and generator both gave up in midnight and we have to stay without power till morning. That was never a problem because of the chill weather in Coorg.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Saroj D wrote a review Jun 2019
New Delhi27 contributions7 helpful votes
Good resort, Staff well behaved, pleasant and professional. The food is provided in the rooms- more variety needed. Cleanliness of bedding and linen, and mosquitoes are matter of concern- needs attention.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Chinmaypathakpune wrote a review May 2019
Pune, India47 contributions6 helpful votes
The coffee tour with the honey pot home is worth the money spent with the time. The story of coffee from plant to cup spiced with pepper and clove gives a treat to the ears and feast for the eyes and food for brain. As our very own friend and guide Gunshekhar takes us to the robusta and arabica plants telling thier characters and problem of the white borers. He also shows us the large processing unit at the end and tells us about civet coffee the costliest of all. He also explains the use of gliricidia as a shade for the coffee. The whole tour is fun
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled
$67 - $70 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaKarnatakaKodagu (Coorg)Madikeri
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Frequently Asked Questions about Honey Pot Homes
Which popular attractions are close to Honey Pot Homes?
Nearby attractions include Mercara Gold Estate Coffee Plantation (7.6 km), Omkareshwara Temple (3.8 km), and Raja's Seat (4.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Honey Pot Homes?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Honey Pot Homes?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Honey Pot Homes?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Honey Pot Homes?
Conveniently located restaurants include Barbeque Bay, Green Cardamom, and Coffee Blossoms.
Are there any historical sites close to Honey Pot Homes?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Raja's Tomb (3.9 km) and Madikeri Fort (2.4 km).