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Experience Coorg. Explore Serenity

Stay at an historic Coorg home and enjoy true Coorgi living!


A perfect blend of
nature, hospitality and nature 

The Kedakal is a boutique homestay located within a coffee plantation, 5 kms away from a small town called Suntikoppa. Built in the early 1900’s by our great grand father, the property has been designed keeping in mind its history and tradition, ensuring the conservation of the natural surroundings, at the same time sparing no effort to provide the highest quality of luxury with a unique feel of English county living.

Kedakal previously known as Kedukal, was first owned by British Messrs. The land was cleared of jungle and coffee was cultivated in the year 1900. The ripe ‘cherry’ was pulped by hand power on the estate. The parchment coffee was sent to Tellicherry to be cured and the prepared product was then shipped to England for sale. Pepper vines & cardamom were also found throughout the estate. The process of coffee making has undergone a lot of changes since then but the serene & restful atmosphere around the place remains the same. The property is about 3400sqft above sea level.

The Kedakal and the Cottage

The Kedakal village, the Kedakal Post Office and the Kedakal Panchayat are all part of our history. It is located 5 kms away from a small town called Suntikoppa (10kms before the main town Madikeri and 2 hours from Mysore).

The cottage which was built more recently, has all vignettes of the stately old colonial era, and at the same time has all the necessities of the present day tucked within it, keeping in mind the many requests from travellers all over the world, ensuring that their dream holiday is fulfilled.

The cottage consists of 4 luxurious bedrooms with 2 cosy wooden floor lofts wherein, both adults & children alike will enjoy sleeping in. There is also a spacious living area to unwind in, a deck area (Balcony) with a breathtaking view of the coffee plantations & valleys during the day and a panoramic view of the night sky after sun down. The Kitchen is fully equipped with modern day necessities with a dining area overlooking the plantation, perfect for a quiet morning with freshly brewed coffee.

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The Scotland of India

Coorg or Kodagu as it is popularly known is an enchanting district in the south-western part of the southern state of Karnataka in India. It covers 4100 square kilometres of the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats. Coorg is very rich in wildlife and has an abundant cover of natural forests. It is also home to many wildlife sanctuaries and one national park. Its hillsides are dotted with lush coffee plantations, while its plains are emerald green with rice paddy. Vines of pepper entwine the tall trees in most plantations while patches of aromatic cardamom are part of every estate.

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Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our guests say:

A lovely homestay nestled within a coffee estate, Kedakal is run by an elderly couple. You can come as a couple, small group or big party and there are appropriate rooms for each.

Neil Maheshwari

I had stayed at this place with my family 3 years back and I must tell you that it was one of the most memorable experiences we have ever had. Very good hospitality and amazing home food. We still talk about the place and the food they served us, when ever we think of Coorg

Priya Ponnam

It was the most memorable experience for all of us. As my daughter put it-” If I get this kind of night skyline at Bangalore, I would forget about watching TV”. Great place to unwind with just the greenery, Exotic sound of Birds and Insects for company. Truly a five star feel in the middle of Jungle.

Anupam Mishra