Wanderlust Homestay, Location: North Coorg
Price: Rs 3,000 / Double Occupancy / Meals Included: Breakfast
Total Bedrooms & Bath at Wanderlust Homestay: 5 Bedroom with 5 Bathroom
Wanderlust Homestay is situated in the midst of 30 acre, coffee and pepper estate. The homestay offers 5 Double-bed Rooms with all modern amenities and a sitout in each room which overlooks the coffee estate.
- 5 Doublebed Rooms
- Double Occupancy: Rs 3000 (Includes Breakfast)
- Extra Adult: Rs 900 ( Includes Extra Cot & Breakfast )
- Tariff from 19th December to the 30th December will be Rs 4000/Double Occupancy (Includes Breakfast)
Tariff on 31st December will be Rs 6000/Double Occupancy (Includes Breakfast & New Year’s Eve Dinner )
- Children: Complimentary for 1 Child below 5 years of age, in their parents room.
- Max Occupancy: 3 Adults in 1 Room
- Tariff Includes Breakfast
- Lunch & Dinner are served on Request ( Rs 350 / Per Person/Per Meal )
- Veg & Non-Veg Meals are available
- 12.00 Noon
Reservation Process: Check the calender to see if the dates are available. If so, you can go ahead and make the reservation. Once the guest completes the reservation, the homestay owner is alerted by the system. Your book is confirmed in real time as the inventory is updated by the homestay directly.
Wanderlust Guest Reviews ( This is a new homestay, so expect very few reviews for the time-being.)
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It was a wonderful experience away from concrete jungle. It was very serene and you will be at peace loving the nature in midst of the plantation. The owners Mr and Mrs Harish were very friendly. Don't forget to taste the varied flavours of wine which Mrs.Harish prepares.Breakfast and lunch were good better than what you get at other local restaurants there. The staff boy Ganesha is very friendly and helpful and is always present at your service. Please call the owner after reaching coorg, he will guide you through the best way as I trusted gmaps and ended travelling via worst route at night.
Our stay at Wanderlust Homestay was a wonderful experience. The rooms & surroundings were very clean, comfortable and very well maintained.Eating at Homestay was also a treat. Meals (breakfast and dinner) were good, homely and owner as well as staff were very friendly and helpful.We liked the place, as it is located in midst of dense coffee estate unlike other hotels located in chaotic city side.
Best place to stay in Coorg!
We will always cherish our stay at Wanderlust. I stayed with my wife and kid (3yrs) and all of us just loved it. This place is located deep inside Mr. Somaiah's 30 acre coffee plantation. Very secluded, away from city noise and pollution which allows you to spend quality time with your dear ones.The location - Lovely, the food - Awesome, the service - Fantastic and above all the hosts - Amazing. Mr. Somaiah even arranged for a tour within his estate which has a small but beautiful stream running inside. In case I happen to visit Coorg again, I would definitely stay at Wanderlust again!
My bestie and I planned a trip to Coorg and came across this beautiful homestay.This place is 45 minutes away from Madikeri bus-stand and the homestay provides a cab to pick you up.The rooms are very clean and well-managed (it'll give you a tree house feeling ?).The staff is extremely helpful and so are the owners, Mr. & Mrs. Somaiah. They will also serve you some amazing, home-cooked South Indian food with little chit chat.The best part about this place for me was that's its so away from the citylights that it'll give you a chance to be with yourself, also rare vodafone network was a win-win!So do not miss this place at all... Oh and also do not forget to but the coffee from the owners, it's Kickass!Thank you Wanderlust Homestays for making out Coorg trip unforgettable.
Wanderlust Homestay was a wonderful experience, having a stay amidst the scenic coffee estate. The accommodation was very clean, comfortable and very well maintained.Eating at Homestay was also a treat. Meals (breakfast and dinner) were good, homely and set well in time with all of the guests joining in at the large dining area.We liked the place, as we enjoyed the lovely, peaceful and mesmerizing homely atmosphere. Thanks to all for helping us with all the information and making our stay a memorable one.
Best place close to nature
We went to Coorg for a 2 day trip, found this place on coorghomestays website. The pictures looked amazing and that made me book this place.Indeed a great place, made my trip memorable. I would recommend this place for family and couples.
I feel this place needs lots of reviews. The hosts were very friendly. The food was made by Mrs. Somaiah and her staff was delicious.The helper guy was very quick. The rooms are new and clean. The resort is situated amidst the forest. So it is a must to experience it when you are in Coorg. I would recommend this place to my friends and relatives. Thanks for the hospitality. 🙂
Nice place.. Away from out concrete jungle
Very nice place... Wonderful experience...peaceful...full of greenery Very courteous hosts..In all a wonderful experience...
It was indeed an awesome experience having to stay amidst the serene coffee estate. The hosts were very courteous and all your needs are fulfilled without any second thought. We liked the place very much, this place actually needs lot of reviews as one might miss staying at a quiet peaceful mesmerizing homely atmosphere. Thanks to Mr.Harish for helping us with all the information and making our stay a memorable one.
My husband and I planned a last minute trip to Coorg, and booked this homestay going by the pictures and our gut instinct, since there weren't any reviews.
I must say it was a great decision!
The homestay is beautiful, serene, well-managed and very comfortable. Mr Somaiah (owner) was extremely nice, friendly and helpful. The food was tasty as well, and the staff was very polite and efficient.
Overall, we got what we were looking for, over that weekend.
Do buy the coffee and black pepper fresh from their farms.
PS: There are 2 ways to reach the homestay when you are coming from Bangalore - one is through a coffee plantation (very uneven and rocky), and another is via Maragodu Road (bit longer but a good road). Google maps will show the way through the coffee plantation since it is a shorter route, but I would strongly advise to reach via the Maragodu road.