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Ashraya Homestay

Chudamanaicadu Estate ,Cheyandane Post, Madikeri 571212 India
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Sharada S wrote a review Dec 2011
Mumbai, India1 contribution2 helpful votes
This is exactly what one looks for in a home stay.... I have lived in 3 other homestays in Coorg, however this one wins hands down. Beautiful!!! It is one of the most well maintained properties I have seen, exactly as seen in the pictures. The house is so tastefully done, each and every piece in the house appears like it was meant to be ‘only’ in that place. Clean, neat and tidy.. the entire house including the homestay rooms. Fresh linen, laundered towels.. and very well maintained bathrooms.. come very very close to that of a 5-star property. The layout is so good that you get your own privacy and at the same have access to every facility. Amazing!!! That’s what I can say about the food… Homemade to the core, be it the local delicacies or a preparation of your choice. I had
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Date of stay: December 2011
UmeshBalikai_11 wrote a review Nov 2011
Bengaluru, India1 contribution5 helpful votes
I don't recommend this homestay for any reason.. firstly it is very isolated. We had to spend most of the time in travelling from the home stay to the city center. And the hospitality was miserable. The food was pathetic. We had to eat upma for our breakfast.. i don't think at least any south Indians would be interested to have upma in a home stay. We dint enjoy our stay in this place at all. And i think the food charges were pretty expensive and the food was not at all worth it.
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Date of stay: May 2011
N R wrote a review Aug 2011
Doha, Qatar135 contributions130 helpful votes
We were on a family holiday and what a disappointment it was. First of all, the hotel is not in Madikeri as claimed in the website. Be prepared to travel a minimum of one hour from Madikeri. It is about 50km from Madikeri in a tiny hamlet called Cheyandane. When you do reach the place after a tiring journey, there are no signboards to lead you to the place. We had to go up and down and finally after several enquiries, we could locate the house on top of a hillock. The rooms were neat, but we had paid for extra beds @ INR500 each. The so-called beds were too short for our kids that they had to share our own beds. There were no tubelights in the room, only incandescent lights which was quite a pain even for casual reading. Power failures were so frequent. Whenever the power
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Date of stay: August 2011
Jason D wrote a review Jun 2011
Wichita, Kansas13 contributions8 helpful votes
We were a bit surprised how long it took to get there from Mysore, but it was worth it. We went to Ashraya for our anniversary, looking for a quiet and peaceful getaway. It was tranquil and beautiful. Swathy adjusted the menu to our American tastebuds (we had both Indian and Western food for breakfasts), and it was delicious. Mr. Aiaippa gave us a delightful tour of the plantation. Our morning walks along the road wound among coffee plantations dotted with teak and jungle oak trees. It is a two-hour drive from Ashraya to Ravi Ghandi (Nagarahole) National Park, which we visited and loved. Other sights are closer, but we didn't make it to them. Be sure to try some local honey.
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Date of stay: May 2011
IntrepidFemExplorer wrote a review Mar 2011
Denver12 contributions10 helpful votes
I was a solo American female traveler who has been to India many times: I was looking for a relaxing vacation in Coorg. After much research, I decided to stay at Ashraya Homestay, and I'm delighted that I did. All of my email inquiries were answered promptly by Mrs. Swathy Aiyappa; she was so helpful and kind. Mr and Mrs. Aiyappa's home was lovely and comfortable. They offered excellent company and conversation, but also let me enjoy my time alone whenever I wished. Their coffee plantation is gorgeous; I enjoyed long walks along the local roads, looking at coffee bushes, banana and coconut trees, and so many interesting plants and flowers. And the food was AMAZING! The most delicious home-cooked food I had in India. So, if you are 1) traveling alone, 2) from a foreign
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Date of stay: January 2011
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