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In the name of eco-tourism & being rustic, all you get is a very bad quality room, which is small and dirty. A dirty carpet on the floor, which was muddy. Everything smelt damp. Bathroom was most basic too. Was waiting to finish my stay...More
Overall the experience is good. Location is private and hence limited tourists. Away from crowd, usual experiences. Restaurant is awesome and a lot of naturistic experiences. Trekking, very good views, stream. However, few things can make it even more good.
1. Path to the elephant...More
My god, where do I begin. this place was just mezmerising.. Going for a review of probably one of the best place I have stayed in:
1. The Location.. it is a farm situated in a valley off Perumal malai - 20kms from Kodai....More
Down in the valley, off the Palani Kodaikanal highway (A few more sign boards would have been helpful) you get lost in the village and the natural surroundings of the jungle trying to locate this place with poor mobile connectivity and even poorer knowledge of...More
Spent a night here during my attempt at checking out the quieter resorts in the lower kodaikanal hills. I cannot believe that somebody can actually build something like this and sell it as a resort! It's cheap, dirty and ugly. Everything smelt damp. Food was...More
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US$57 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The resort is about half way up the Palani mountains, or roughly 1000 meters up, making it relatively comfortable to stay even in May, certainly in comparison to the plains. With afternoon and evening showers possible, it... More
The resort is about half way up the Palani mountains, or roughly 1000 meters up, making it relatively comfortable to stay even in May, certainly in comparison to the plains. With afternoon and evening showers possible, it could even be cool at night. Most cottages are tucked into trees around the plantation, with shady areas to rest in and covered porches. For rates, please check their site. Rooms are for 2 person occupancy, with a 3rd possible in most cases (some rooms have a loft with a third bed...peninsula cottages) . 4 would require two rooms, I believe.