Caffeine Lovers, We Found A Coorg Homestay Which Is Surrounded By Coffee Plantations

Jayati posted on 21 April

What Is It?

Vaishnavi Estate is a coffee lover’s dream come true as it’s a quaint cottage bang in the middle of the coffee plantations in Coorg.

How Do I Get There?

Coorg is a beautiful hill station laden with coffee plantations and spice offerings. The easiest way to get there is by taking a flight to either Bangalore or Mysore, and then driving down to Coorg.

This one is for people looking to get away on a long weekend. Or just book your leaves in advance to truly explore all that Coorg has to offer {really, make a vacation out of it}.

What's So Unique About It?

Coorg is often called the ‘Scotland of India’, and though the comparison comes across as stand offish, it truly has beautiful landscapes at par with the Scottish mystical highlands. Officially known as Kodagu, this hill station in Karnataka is covered in gorgeous hills, coffee plantations with the whiff of coffee beans in the air, and of course, a calmness that escapes the big cities.

You also get to stay on the coffee estate itself as it offers a perfect and peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of Mumbai. Vacationers can stay in the wooden cottage which overlooks the estate and is amidst the lush greenery. The space can easily accommodate four people as they have two rooms at offer with attached bathrooms.

 

Anything Else?

For anyone who’s looking to escape to Coorg, this is the ideal homestay. For INR 5,289 per night, get a room to yourself with your partner. You can trek around the estate, see how coffee plantations work, or just sip on their freshly brewed coffee and listen to the nature’s sounds.

The best time to go to Coorg is May-June as Mumbai heats up, and the hill station remains pleasant and offers a break that Mumbaikars always look for. Though, post-Monsoons, one can also see the mist that rolls over the estates, so really, go to Coorg anytime.

To book your stay, go here.

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You can always step outside the estate and go exploring Coorg and the lush waterfalls.