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Peaceful Homestay in Wayanad


Wayanad | Kerala

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Description

In a quiet residential street in the heart of Kalpetta, so well away from the noise of the main road, yet only a 10 minute walk to the main bus station. Excellent welcome awaits you while staying with the Lopez family. An ideal homestay to visit the beautiful district of Wayanad (2 wildlife sanctuaries). The rooms are spacious and extremely clean. Bathroom clean and plenty of hot water.Besides the bedroom area there was a large sitting room/dining room area with TV, Fridge, Dinning room table and comfortable chairs. Large balcony space at the front of the room overlooking the garden/yard

Mr. Lopez knows some very good guides and can be of great help in planning your journey in South India.

Good value-for-money accommodation and a unique experience.

Important:

Pets are not allowed

Breakfast served between 7:00- 10:30 AM

Lunch served between noon and 3 PM

Dinner served between 8:00- 11:00 PM

Check in- 13:00 Hrs     Check out- 12:00 Hrs

Accommodation details:

6 x Twin/Double en-suite Bedrooms with Breakfast

Price Information:

(High Season - 1st Oct to 31st March)  Rs. 1500 US $ 33 for Single/Double occupancy 

(Low Season - 1st April to 30th Sept)  Rs. 1200 US $ 27 for Single/Double occupancy 

Extra bed charges are  Rs. 400 US $ 9.

Pricing

(High Season - 1st Oct to 31st March) Rs. 1500 US $ 33 for Single/Double occupancy 

(Low Season - 1st April to 30th Sept) Rs. 1200 US $ 27 for Single/Double occupancy 

Extra bed charges are Rs. 400 US $ 9.

Accommodation

6 x Twin/Double en-suite Bedrooms with Breakfast

Amenities

Hot/Cold Running Water Parking Air-conditioning
Doctor on call Satellite TV  Garden
Meals on request Refrigerator Living Room

Attractions

Thirunelli Temple
Edakkal Caves
Muthanga wildlife sanctuary
Allikunnu Church
Pookode lake
Chembra peak
Brahmagiri
Ananthanatha Swami Temple
Soochipara
Kanthapara

How to Reach

Air : The nearest airport to Wayanad is at Kozhikode. The homestay is 75 Kms from here.

Rail : The nearest railhead is at Kozhikhode.

Road : Kozhikhode is almost 100 km from Wayanad. It is well connected with other important towns of Kozhikhode, Kannur, Ooty and Mysore by road.

About Location

Wayanad district stands on the southern tip of the Deccan plateau and its chief glory is the majestic rugged terrain of the Western Ghats, with lofty ridges interspersed with dense forest, tangled jungles and deep valleys.

The flora of Wayanad are characteristic of the Western Ghats and the plantation crops grown in the cool climate. A major portion of the district is covered by coffee. Trees of the wild type like rose-wood, anjili (Artocarpus), mullumurikku (Erthrina), several species of caussia and many other nondescript varieties are still preserved here and there, to give shade to the coffee plants. These trees give a sembalance of wilderness to the landscape of Wayanad. In a majority of coffee plantations, the age-old species are replaced by the silver-oak which is suited to the cold climate. This tree grows quickly and its cultivation is widespread among coffee plantations for shade and for giving support to pepper. It is used for the plywood industry and thus is economical to the farmers. Eucalyptus grandis, a shorter variety of eucalyptus, whose fragrant smell suffuses the very air around it, is cultivated on a large scale in certain parts of the district. Eucalyptus oil is extracted on commercial basis from its leaves.

Of the 20,864 hectares of reserve forest, the major portion is teak plantation. Arecanut palms and jack trees are also grown here. Tea is grown as an industry in large estates. The soil and climate of Wayanad are suitable for horiculture on commercial basis. For promoting the cultivation of vegetables and raising of orchards, the Kerala Agricultural University is running a Regional Agricultural Research Station at Ambalavayal.

With the clearing of forests, the diverse and bustling animal life, characteristic of the forests of Western Ghats, has vanished from Wayanad. One can still see the bonnet macaque, slender loris, mongooses, jungle cats, squirrels, jackals, hares, etc., in the limited forest areas. The world's largest venomous snake, the King Cobra is also found here. Elephant, bear and other wild animals from the neighbouring wild life sanctuaries of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, stray into the Begur forest range and the forests around Muthanga, which is 20 kilometres away from the town of Sulthan Bathery. Karapuzha dam near menangadi-10 km, Banasura Sagar Dam 20 km from vythri. Today large game is found only in region that border with Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Here there is one of the largest concentrations of wild Asiatic elephants in whole world. Tiger, bison, sambhar, spotted deer, boar, leopard, wild dog and other large mammals are also present in fairly decent numbers. Courtesy - Wikipedia

 

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Key Information

Reference :
047 WAYANAD
State :
Kerala
Locality :
Wayanad - Kerala
No of Bedrooms :
6
No of Bathrooms :
6
Comfortably Accomodates :
12
Single occupancy (Inclusive of Breakfast & Taxes)
INR 4,000 / US$ 88
Double occupancy (Inclusive of Breakfast & Taxes)
Rs. 1500 US $ 33 (High Season - 1st Oct to 31st March) Rs. 1200 US$ 27 (Low Season - 1st April to 30th Sept)
Check-In :
13:00 Hrs
Check-Out :
12:00 Hrs
Category :
Homestay
Property Type :
Bungalow
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