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2 Bedroom Fantastic Cottage in Coorg

Kutta - Near Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary | Coorg

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An airy two bedroom cottage in Coorg will embrace all who walk through its doors with warmth. The home stay is situated at the southern tip of Coorg in the hamlet Kutta which is famous for its hilly areas, coffee plantation. Kutta is placed strategically in the middle of the famous tourists spots of both Karnataka and Kerala. The Indian Home Stay may seem small from the outside but it offers large bedrooms and the gardens and coffee plantation surrounding it are also huge, giving all guests the opportunity to explore the vicinity or relax with books and a cup of coffee. 

The owners have ensured that the past glory meets present comfort in every corner of this Coorg homestay. The two bedrooms offer twin beds with ensuite bathrooms. The large bedrooms are neat, airy and have their own TVs, refrigerators, Tea and Coffee maker and comfortable sitting areas. The aesthetics of the bedroom along with the large bathroom will please every eye. A stone littered garden path from the front of the cottage leads to the main cottage that opens into a comfortable sitting area and dining area. There are books you can pick up here or you can get the adrenaline pumping at the fussball table.

A full-time cook along with a caretaker is at hand to prepare meals and provide you with comfort. Please note this is a home stay cottage in Coorg and mainly North Indian cuisine with some options of South Indian snacks are on offer at meal times. 

The Home Stay in Coorg is ideal for tourists and traveller looking to enjoy natural environs of the coffee plantations and hilly areas of Kodagu. Also idealistic for the holidaymaker who wants to enjoy the old-world charm of India without comprising on any modern standards of amenities and comfort. You have the option of visiting the Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary (8kms), Iruppu Waterfall (15 kms), Tibetan Golden Temple (80 kms), Mysore (96kms) and Madikeri (110kms).  Guests can easily spend 3-4 days here before moving on to Bengaluru in Karnataka or Kozhikode or Kochi in Kerala.

Key facts:

  • 8 kms from the Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary
  • 15 kms from the Iruppu waterfall
  • 80 kms from the Tibetan Golden Temple at Bylakuppe
  • 96 kms east of Mysore
  • 110 kms south of Madikeri, the capital of the enchanting Kodagu District
  • 250 kms south of Bangalore
Price information
Category Price
Single occupancy with Breafast Rs. 5,000 US $ 79 GBP 62
Double occupancy with Breafast Rs. 5,500 US $ 89 GBP 68
Extra bed charges with Breakfast Rs. 2,000 US $ 33 GBP 25

Note : Accompanying driver staff will be provided accommodation  at Rs. 400/- per day inclusive of meals.


Category Price
Single occupancy with Breafast Rs. 5,000 US $ 79 GBP 62
Double occupancy with Breafast Rs. 5,500 US $ 89 GBP 68
Extra bed charges Rs. 2,000 US $ 33 GBP 25

Note : Accompanying driver staff will be provided accommodation  at Rs. 400/- per day inclusive of meals.


The two bedrooms offer twin beds with ensuite bathrooms. 

The large bedrooms are neat, airy and have their own TVs, refrigerators, Tea and Coffee maker and comfortable sitting areas. 


Hot/Cold Running Water Parking Refrigerator
Ceiling Fan Towels and sheets are provided Lawn
Meals available
Satelite TV
Private veranda Tea Coffee maker Laundry Facilities


Raja’s Seat Omkareshwara Temple Gaddige Tala Kaveri 
Abbi Falls  Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary Nisargadhama Deer Park
Tibetan Golden Temple at Bylakuppe
Iruppu waterfall Dubare Reserve Forest & Elephant Camp

How to Reach

Air : Nearest domestic airport is Mangalore, which is 159 km away and International airport is Bangalore which is 259 km away. Mangalore is connected by air to airports in South India, especially to Chennai and Bangalore. Bangalore airport is well connected to many gulf countries and other foreign cities. It takes about Rs 2,000 for Taxi from Mangalore to Coorg and Rs 3,000 from Bangalore to Coorg.

Rail : Nearest railhead are Managlore, Hassan, Mysore and Thalasserry. Mangalore is the major railway station close to Coorg, Mangalore is connected by rail to all cities in India.

Road : Coorg is well connected by K.S.R.T.C buses from all over Karnataka, particularly it is connected to the cities Mysore (125 km), Bangalore (259 km) and Mangalore (159 km). Deluxe bus services are available from these cities to Coorg.

About Location

Coorg -  Kodagu

The cool bracing wind whips the hair about your faces as you ramble along the streets that dip and rise delightfully. Breathtaking views surprise you from pretty cottages as you sniff appreciatively the heady fragrance of coffee blossoms. You are in Madikeri (previously known as Mercara). A picturesque charming town situated at an elevation of over 5,000 ft (1,525 m) above sea level.    

Coorg also called as Kodagu is derived from the local version Kodavu and the people of Kodagu. According to ancient scripts the land of initial settlement was called Krodadesa which later became Kodavu. Coorg is sometimes misspelled as “Koorg” and “Coorge”.

Where is Coorg Located?

Coorg is located in the south-west part of Karnataka bordering Kerala. Coorg measures 96 km (north-south) in length and 64 km east-west in breadth. The area of Coorg district is 4102 sq. kilometers and the population estimated in 2001 was 545,322, increasing 11.64% from 1991 to 2001, and 5.75% from 1981 to 1991.

Coorg in History

Coorg was under the Gangas rule during 9th and 10th centuries and Cholas in the 11th century. Changalvas were allies to both the above dynasties but they were independent till 14th century as Hoysalas defeated the Cholas in the 12th century. Changalvas accepted the supremacy Of Hoysalas from 14th to 16th century. Then Nayakas who later paved the way to the Haleri Rajas of Kodagu ruled Coorg till 1834.

Coorg’s Landscape

The prominent peaks in Coorg are Kote Betta, Pushpagiri, Nishani Motte, Tumbe Male. Tadiyandamol (1750 m), Soma Male and Brahmagiri.

The Coorgs – People of Coorg

Coorg homes several communities with diverse ethnic origins. Coorgies or Kodavas are the main ethnic community. Gowdas (Arey bhashe gowdas or Coorg gowdas), Tamilians, Malayalees, Mophlas or Mapilles (Muslims) communities also share a part. There are some tribal groups such as the Kurubas, Kudiyas, Yeravas who are said to be the tribal origins of Coorg.

Coorg Travel
Coorg is one of India’s famous travel destination and has been called the Scotland of India by the British and also called as the Kashmir of South India. Coorg has become a latest tourist hot spot and people from all over the world visit Coorg.

Coorg’s natural beauty, the people, the culture and the food is the major attraction which draws people towards Coorg from all over the world.

Madikeri is the district headquarters of Kodagu (formerly Coorg). Dubbed as the Scotland of India, Kodagu is the home of colorful, robust, martial race - the Kodavas, Said to be the descendants of the Greeks (Alexander's soldiers), the kodavas are fiercely independent. They were never conquered by either Tipu Sultan neither the British. And so to this day all kodavas retain the privilege of carrying firearms without a license.



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Kutta - Near Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary - Coorg
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Single occupancy (Inclusive of Breakfast & Taxes)
Rs. 5,000 / US $ 76 (Inclusive of Breakfast)
Double occupancy (Inclusive of Breakfast & Taxes)
Rs. 5,500 / US $ 86 (Inclusive of Breakfast)
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