Sunlarge Homestay – Mysore

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Pricers1500

  • Type : City
  • Karnataka / hotels in mysore
Contact :
Email: sunlargehomestay2010@yahoo.in Ph: +91 9880735241

Sunlarge homestay is a family-friendly and pet-friendly homestay. The primary advantage of staying here is that it is not only located within a negligible distance of the famous Mysore Palace, but from here there are other attractions too that are easily accessible – Chamundi Hill, Zoo Garden, etc. What’s more: your pets can accompany you too.

This Mysore homestay has 5 bedrooms and the tariff ranges from Rs.1500 onwards for one bedroom per night. During peak seasons like Dusshera holidays, Christmas vacation and New Year’s Eve, 20% extra is charged on normal rates. No charges for children below 8 years.

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  • Rooms 5 rooms

    There are 5 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom & 24 hours hot water. All the rooms are air-conditioned and well-furnished with wooden flooring and simple homely decor.

  • Food South Indian vegetarian cuisine

    Homely vegetarian food can be prepared in-house on prior notice.

  • Hosts Arun KS

    Arun looks after the overall operations of the homestay and is always eager to help the guests with their requests.

  • Suggested Activity #1 Brindavan Gardens

    One of the most visited places in Mysore by locals and tourists is the famous Brindavan Gardens. Located about 19kms from the heart of Mysore, these beautiful gardens are laid out below the Krishnaraja Sagar dam built across the river Cauvery. These gardens are famous for the illuminated dancing fountains that come to life after sunset. The Krishnaraja Sagar Dam (KRS) (known as Kannambadi to the locals) itself is a superb example of excellent engineering and itself is a tourist attraction in Mysore. Sir M. Vishveswariah, one of India’s finest engineers, built it in 1924.

  • Suggested Activity #2 Mysore Palace

    Mysore is a city of palaces, but the most magnificent of them all is the Mysore Palace, sometimes known as the Main Palace as well. One of the most unforgettable images of the city is the image of the illuminated Mysore Palace against the dark black sky. It takes ninety seven thousand light bulbs to produce this enchanting image of the Palace. The Palace is situated in the middle of the city and is a reminder of the grandeur of a bygone era and is today an invaluable national treasure. The Palace that stands today is the fourth one to be built in the same site. When the capital was shifted back to Mysore from Srirangapatnam, after Tippu Sultan’s death, the Palace was hastily rebuilt with wood and mud, in a Hindu style. The Royal family moved into it in 1801. But this Palace was burnt down in a fire that broke out during the wedding of the oldest daughter of Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1897. The reconstruction of the Palace was undertaken immediately and the Royal family moved to Jaganmohan Palace. The English architect Henry Irwin designed the new Palace and it was completed in 1912 at a cost of about Rs.41 lakhs.

  • Suggested Activity #3 Chamundi Hills

    The Chamundi Hills on the outskirts of Mysore city is another famous landmark of the city. A visitor can see these hills from a distance of about 8 to 10kms while driving to this city of Palaces from any direction. The Chamundi Hills is about 3km from the city. It is at a height of 1065 meters above sea leave and about 800 feet above Mysore city. On the top of the hill is the Chamundeshwari temple that dates back to the 11th century. Goddess Chamundeshwari is an incarnation of Goddess Parvathi who took this form to destroy the demon king Mahishasura.

  • Suggested Activity #4 Karanji Lake

    This lake is located at the bottom of the Chamundi hills and is close to the centre of the city. This lake is spread over 90 acres and is home to more than 90 species of resident and migratory birds. The lake also has India’s largest walkthrough aviary. The lake has boating facilities that are available on all days except Tuesday. On the banks of the Karanji lake is the Regional Museum of Natural History. With the Chamundi hills as a backdrop makes the lake look picture perfect. The lake and its surroundings allow you to appreciate nature and the Regional Museum that is adjacent to the lake, will help you increase you knowledge about the natural environment in South India and will help you understand the importance of conservation of nature. The lake has a bund on which you can take refreshing walk.



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