Ammadi – Homestay in Koppa

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Price2000

  • Type : Heritage Home stay
  • Karnataka / plantation stay
Contact :
Ph: +919448817518

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:

Home stay in a 300 year old Malnad house surrounded by arecanut, tea and coffee estates, in the foothills of Sahyadri mountains at Koppa, also called Kashmir of Karnataka. Traditional Malnad food is a speciality at Ammadi.

The tariff is ₹ 2000/- per person per day including food and accommodation but excluding seasonal tariff. No charges for children below 6 years of age. Children above 6 years of age and below 12 years of age are charged half the tariff. 12 years of age & above are charged full rates.

koppa

30 C
  • Thu
    25 C
    23 C
  • Fri
    33 C
    25 C
  • Sat
    32 C
    24 C
  • Sun
    32 C
    24 C
  • Mon
    30 C
    24 C
  • Tue
    30 C
    25 C
  • Wed
    31 C
    25 C

  • Rooms Single & Double beds

    4 rooms are available in the first floor of the ancestral house. Both single bed and double beds are available. 2 rooms have attached bathrooms.

  • Food Malnad cuisine

    Traditional Malnad cousine is cooked in the kitchen and served at Ammadi.

  • Hosts Tour of Pearl City

    AR Srinivas, whose family has been living in this ancestral house for 6 generations, is a warm and hospitable host.

  • Suggested Activity #1 Trip to Kuppali

    Kuppali, the home town of famous Kannada Poet Kuvempu, is just 11 Kms away. Guests can look at the house where he lived which has been converted into a museum with memorablia.

  • Suggested Activity #2 Treks in Sahyadris

    Sibbalagude and Kundadi are two popular trekking trails, located 20 Kms from Ammadi.

  • 6th Day Shringeri Pilgrimage

    The temple town of Shringeri is located 24 kms from Ammadi Home Stay. The most important place to see at Shringeri is the Mutt of Adi Shankaracharya. Sharadamba temple dedicated for learning and wisdom, is the other place of interest. Vidyashankara temple is 700 years old and was built by the patron saints of Harihara and Bukka, the founders of Vijayanagar empire.



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