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Honey Valley Estate

madikeri taluk, Yavakapady Post Coorg, Madikeri 571212 India
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Arkelle wrote a review Oct 2021
Bengaluru, India22 contributions1 helpful vote
I went to Honey Valley a few years ago actually, but Trip Advisor doesn't let you write a review that's more than a year old. I felt the need to write because my experience was so memorable, and completely opposite to the negative reviews I found here. The location is absolutely stunning. My sister and I took a trip and went on long walks 2-3 times a day, accompanied by the dogs from the estate. The food was simple but soul warming, the kind that you know is nourishing you with simple flavours and homely feels. We had stayed for 3 nights and eaten all meals there, and had also ordered random things from the kitchen as and when we pleased. The day we were leaving, the card machine wasn't working. It just wouldn't swipe my card. And we had no cash. The owner told me that I could make a bank transfer once I reached Bangalore, no problem he said. I was very surprised, he was letting us leave with no guarantee whatsoever that we would, indeed, make this transfer. I promised to transfer the money and left. I've been dreaming of going back there since...
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
911tra wrote a review Mar 2020
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom7 contributions22 helpful votes
Arriving late one balmy afternoon I was completely mesmerised by the panoramic view of Honey Valley and knew I had landed at a very special place indeed. The hills around the estate are stunning - eerily beautiful, and you'll likely be accompanied on your walks (many are possible) by one of the estates friendly dogs. It felt like being in a very special, magical land in which to spend a few days, and I could happily have stayed for longer. Suresh and his charming wife were very welcoming and kind throughout my stay. However, don't go to Honey Valley if you want luxury, or fancy food, or want to have a party with your friends - that's not what the place is all about. Rooms and food are basic and simple, and it's supposed to be quiet place of reflection, retreat and walking, so people who criticise the facilities are missing the point a bit. Thanks for a memorable stay, Paul.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Ramya R wrote a review Mar 2020
Bengaluru, India2 contributions2 helpful votes
The owner is a bloody money digger. We were a group of college friends who wanted to book a stay. We were a group of 3 and we selected the basic room for the stay. He kept on insisting us to choose bigger rooms since the price of the basic rooms were less. We weren't some newly married couples to book and amazing room and stay inside it all day long. We mainly booked this stay for the tadiandamol trek. Finally we booked the stay and we reached the place. The owner was very rude and literally ignored us in front of his other guests. He doesn't deserve to be the owner of such beautiful place. He's just interested in how much money you're going to spend. Doesn't know that he's into a business and he should treat all his customers politely. The place is beautiful but the people who takes care of it,he's one the most arrogant,idiotic hosts I've ever dealt with. Learn to respect every customer if yours, otherwise better stop this stupid resort business.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
Deepak K wrote a review Dec 2019
30 contributions11 helpful votes
The stay is on top of the mountain which can only be reached by their 4X4 Jeep. The ride in the jeep in itself was an experience :-) Well, as far as hotel is concerned; it is well maintained and clean. The food had limited option but was good and descent. You have lot of place around the hotel o roam and explore the nature.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Sai wrote a review Oct 2019
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This is my first bad experience with “honey valley” resort where I want to share with you guys / by seeing positive reviews I have booked honey valley resort for 2 nights. > Day1 when we reached honey valley resort it was late around 7pm (so I called and informed resort guys please prepare dinner for 5 ppl), when we reached resort uncle and aunty received us and taken us directly to dining hall. they have prepared 2 curries, roti & rice taste is not so good we taught like 200rs per plate is more, then we informed morning breakfast we don’t required it. > Next day morning when we went to dining room for asking milk for my kid , they were saying breakfast prepared for you as well have it, you won’t get nearby any tiffin shops ( I just looked around what variety they have prepared it was bread & jam ) for that they were charging 150rs per plate . I rejected saying I don’t want breakfast yesterday night also I informed you same . there onwards there attitude has been changed & no proper response , when I went for asking milk they have closed door in front of face saying kitchen closed even though ppl are having dinner in front of me . in my mind I taught like :- He is losing 5ppl (Lunch, dinner & breakfast) which is costing 7K that’s the reason there attitude has been changed, As resort price is less where he can’t earn more money except in food and fire camps ... Those who are going first time try to have it in Udupi restaurants we had very good (Lunch, dinner & breakfast) its came around 2k for 2 days (Normally who ever going first time please prefer outside you will get good restaurants in every junction nearby around 5 to 6 kms) when we are paying money it should be worth enough
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Date of stay: October 2019
Room Tip: No its too bad
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Frequently Asked Questions about Honey Valley Estate
Which popular attractions are close to Honey Valley Estate?
Nearby attractions include Chelavara Falls (2.5 km), Igguthappa Temple (6.3 km), and Nalknad Palace (2.3 km).
What food & drink options are available at Honey Valley Estate?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Honey Valley Estate?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Falls, Gubbi Mane, and HAVELI RESTAURANT "THE BAMBOO PARADISE OF COORG ".