Heavy rainfall on our way from Bangalore to here, It is far from main center, but in the coffee plantation, we reached at 7:15 PM with no electricity as because of t rains. A bug frog in room waited for us in the room, They charge rs 90 for a small cup of milk, and their passion fruit juice was rs 90 something which we thought should be a part of breakfast, it was less than what normal north india nimbu pani would taste. Overall we didn't like the place very much, there are better options available at same price.
My stay @Coorg Karishma was absolutely lovely. Awesome food and hospitality, we felt completely at home. Highly recommended for people looking out to enjoy their stay in Coorg in homely atmosphere! The coffee plantation around the Homestay is worth visiting.
This was our first experience in a home stay and we truely loved every bit of the stay. The home stay situated in between the coffee plantation made us feel so nice as we were one among nature.The fresh air, the smell of flowers and the different sounds of birds was such a lovely experience for us,coorgkarishma has a lovely garden around ,with so many lovely flowers,the cottage neat ,clean and spacious was very nice and cozy.The food was delicious ,we enjoyed our stay in coorgkarishma .overall very comfortable and a safe place to go to.
Myself and my family suddenly planed a holiday to coorg and as I was searching for a place I found coorgkarishma and booked it immediately. staying in coorgkarishma was such a memorable experience for us ,we were looked after so well,the hosts were lovely,the food was excellent giving us a chance to taste the local food which we loved the most.The rooms big,nice and spacious was well maintained,clean and very comfortable ,the coffee estate around us made us feel one with nature,the beautiful garden around us ,made us feel so nice , a perfect place to unwind yourself from the hectic life in the cities. The "ORGANIC" fruits served to us from their garden also is worth mentioning. Over all we had a lovely stay and would definitely go to coorgkarishma again.
Me and my family visited coorgkarishma during the month of feb, this was the time when the coffee plucking season was going on ,we experienced the lovely coffee season and got to know a lot about the coffee plucking and its various stages from plucking to drying,the hosts were so patient and took time to explain every thing in detail about the estate,they took us around showing the coffee plantations,it was such an amazing feeling to be a part of nature eating the fresh fruits served to us grown in their own garden ''organically'', the cottages were neat, well maintained rooms, with the bathrooms having a unique sky light which felt even more close to nature,the earling morning calmness, listning to the various birds chirping was amazing,the food at coorgkarishma was amazing!!! we got to taste all the local food and they were just so tastey,the hosts were always there for you when ever we needed anything,overall we just enjoyed our stay ,value for money and truely a home away from home…