Cauvery Suites Homestay
Guest house | 6 bedrooms | sleeps 24
Cauvery Suites is a family owned quality homestay located in the heart of Madikeri, capital city of Coorg district. It is an ideal place to stay while exploring and enjoying the beauty of Coorg. The cottages are well ventilated and designed to provide clean and luxury accommodation for the guests. The accommodation has been planned to cater the needs of guests visiting Coorg with a large or small groups or with family. Additionally, being situated in Madikeri makes it accessible to bus stations, hospitals, shopping markets, private transportation and most of the tourist destinations in Coorg. Cauvery Suites have been tailored to the liking of tourist who is looking for a peaceful and fun filled holiday.
|Size||Sleeps up to 24, 6 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||6 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms of which 6 Family bathrooms and 6 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (6), Lounge seats for 6|
The South India region
Coorg officially known as Kodagu is a district in Karnataka, India. Despite being the least populated district Coorg is known in the world for coffee and its rich culture and heritage.
Coorg is located on the eastern slopes of Western Ghats bordered by Dakshina Kannada district to the northwest, Hassan district to the north, Mysore district to the east, Kannur district of Kerala to the southwest, and Wayanad district of Kerala to the south. The principal town, and district capital of Coorg, is Madikeri, or Mercara, with a population of around 30,000. Other significant towns include Virajpet (Virarajendrapet), Kushalanagara, Somwarpet and Gonikoppal.
Agriculture is the main occupation of the people in Coorg. Geologically, paddy fields are found on the valley floors, with Coffee and pepper agroforestry in the surrounding hills mainly near Madikeri. The coffee agro-forestry systems of Kodagu are one of the richest agro-forest in the world, with about 270 species of shaded trees inventoried according to the publications of CAFNET project. In those coffee agro-forests are also cultivated spices like black pepper, cardamom, vanilla, rubber, teak, cocoa and Oranges. Kodagu is also known for its forest honey. Weather hugely contributes towards economy. In July and August, rainfall is intense, and there are often showers into November. The highest temperatures occur in the month of April and May.
Coorg is rich in with wildlife and has three wildlife sanctuaries and one national park: the Brahmagiri, Talakaveri, and Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuaries, and the Nagarhole National Park, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park. Some of the common wild animals include the Asian elephant, tiger, leopard, dhole, gaur, boar, and several species of deer. Coorg also offers a wide variety of birds, roughly around 300 birds have been sighted and reported over the years.
Coorg is home to many communities with diverse ethnic origins, with Kodavas being the main ethnic group. Other communities are the Kodagu Gowda and Muslims. One-fifth of a total population of over 500,000 are the Kodava community, which speak Kodava. The Kodavas Hindus are traditionally ancestor worshippers with a martial tradition, hence may be called Kshatriyas. Some of the festival celebrated by Kodavas are Kailpodhu, Kaveri Sankramana and Puthari
Talakaveri: The place where the River Kaveri originates. The temple on the riverbanks here is dedicated to lord Brahma, and is one of only two temples dedicated to Brahma in India and Southeast Asia.
Nisargadhama: An man made island and picnic spot near Kushalanagara, formed by the river Kaveri.
Iruppu Falls: A sacred spot in south Kodagu in the Brahmagiri hill range. The Lakshmana Tirtha River flows nearby.
Abbey Falls: A scenic waterfall 5 km from Madikeri.
Dubare: Mainly an elephant-capturing and training camp of the Forest Department at the edge of Dubare forest; on the bank of the river Kaveri along the Kushalanagara - Siddapur road.
Nagarahole: A national park and wildlife resort.
Bhagamandala: Situated at the confluence of two rivers, the Kaveri and the Kanika. A third river, the Sujyothi, is said to join from underground.
Mandalapatti: 28 km from Madikeri. On the way to Abbey Falls, before 3 km from Abbey Falls take right, from there 25 km.
Mallalli falls: 25 km from Somwarpet, downhill of the Pushpagiri hills
Omkareshwara Temple: A beautiful temple in Coorg. A legend is associated with the temple, built by Lingrajendra II in 1820 CE. The king put to death a pious Brahmin who dared to protest against his misdeeds. The spirit of the dead man began to plague the king day and night. On the advise of wise men, the king built this temple and installed a shivlinga procured from Kashi, North India.
Buddist Golden Temple: At Bylakuppe near Madikeri at Kodagu district, in the Tibetan settlement
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