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Tue, 03 Apr – Wed, 04 Apr (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Yavakapady Village Post, Kabbinakkad, Madikeri Taluk, Coorg , 571212 | Show on Map
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Chingaara Estate Guest House is located at a distance of 6 km fromNalknad Palace and 1 km from Kabinakad Junction Bus Stop. This budget hotel inCoorg offers free breakfast services.
This hotel in Coorg consists of 2 rooms spread across a single floor.In-room amenities offered are television with premium TV channels, makeup mirror,wardrobe and an attached bathroom with hot and cold running water.
Room service facility is provided for limited hours in a day.
Abackup generator is ready onsite in case of power failure. The in-houserestaurant serves a variety of local delicacies. Chingaara Estate Guest House also has a front desk facility duringthe day. The property lies 128 km from Mysore Junction Railway Station and 142km from Mysore Airport.
Places of interest include Karthanda Dillon Thammaiah Temple(3 km.)
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by Vivek V on January 4, 2018
Chingaara which is part of the Honey Valley Estate is nestled in the gentle hills of Coorg , and 2 kms off the main road . If it is a nice comfy home stay that you want , Chingaara is your place. Key points - Perfect for getaways from cities and for relaxing holidays. - The key is to relax at Chingaara and not use this as a base for site seeing - They have a small library , carrom Board . Again key is to relax at the home stay - Large simple rooms perfect for families - Beautiful scenic views in the midst of nature - Not ideal for party goers or group of friends who want to make a lot of noise or get drunk - The estate has a private Water falls - Nominal room rates , simple wholesome food , helpful staff - Interesting pets including donkeys and dogs. - Great place for having relaxed conversations and unwind .
by Suhail A on December 13, 2017
The Chingaara homestay is situated in the heart of Coorg adorned with dozens of places to visit, such as Abbi falls(7kms), Kushalnagar(35kms), Talakaveri(45kms) and many more. its a Great location!. You can hear the birds, insects, water and trees round the clock. Depending on the time of the day or night the sounds vary according to a natural pattern.
by Srinivas_DCUSA on December 4, 2017
Chingaara is a nice place to relax and observe nature. It is a very quiet place, the loudest noise you are going to hear is that of pet donkey's braying (which by the way happens 4 or 5 times daily). You can hear the birds, insects, water and trees round the clock. Depending on the time of the day or night the sounds vary according to a natural pattern. I am not trained in the subject but even I can tell that there are few hundreds of varieties of plants and trees in the property. One can just take a stroll and keep observing the plants, trees, flowers, etc for few hours. Some of the plants which grow to be 3 or 4 feet tall in our city grows to be 25 feet tall in Coorg!!! I got the feeling that entire Coorg area is an ideal place for plants and trees to thrive. Staff members are courteous and they will customize coffee or tea routinely once we tell them our needs. Food is less spicy by Indian standards, how ever one can eat it for extended periods of time with out any issues. One can have coffee or tea in the mornings/evenings while sitting at many available seating areas or while strolling and observing plants/trees. Coorg is a very nice place, people are friendly and open. Near by town madikeri has a Cafe Coffee Day and Dominos Pizza (if you plan to eat out while visiting other places). We visited Thala Cauvery, Nisargadhama, triveni sangamam and a near by dam. These places are ok by tourist standards but I felt only Thala Cauvery and Triveni sangamam were worth visiting (because they are holy places). Relaxing, reading, strolling, trekking, watching & listening to nature and talking to other guests are some of the most enjoyable activities you can do here. You can take hundreds of pictures if you are so inclined. I am not a fan of insects, bugs, butterflies, etc, but if you are interested in such things I think that is another world that you can explore here. A 300 mm zoom lens will be of great help. And finally, Jio works fine, data speeds are good. I forgot to get my Jiofi device, but that would be an ideal accessory here. Airtel voice is ok, didn't test data connection as I am not a fan of Airtel data service.
by BattieO on November 3, 2017
The property is in the middle of a coffee estate and so it's a great place for walks and to just enjoy the scenery and the views in general. We went during the monsoon season so there were plenty of leeches. The rooms were ok. The bathroom was not very clean and there was only muddy water coming from the taps (I guess because of the monsoons). The food was decent and the caretaker babuanna was super nice especially to our 6 year old nephew. We walked to their other property Honey valley (1 km away) managed by Sharath's parents and had a meal there. Aunty was very nice and friendly. Overall, it was a good stay.
by K_R_Kaustubh on October 28, 2017
There is a reason why travelers, from world over, visit Coorg. Due to its uncanny resemblance with Scotland, the historians must have had coined Coorg as the 'Scotland of India'. Both are the all season gateways for the travelers. Interesting information about Chingaara Guest house: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Chingaara homestay is situated in the heart of Coorg adorned with dozens of places to visit, such as Abbi falls(7kms), Kushalnagar(35kms), Talakaveri(45kms) and many more. The owner of this guesthouse, happens to be an European origin and a nomadic traveler back then, visited this place only to discover that he would become an inhabitant soon .He owns another guesthouse(I don't remember the name), a few kms away from Chingaara which is a home for many travelers as well. It took them over an year to set up this entire guesthouse from the ground. Information curtesy: Mr.Sharat, the concierge of Chingaara guesthouse. What's in there for a traveler at this place? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Its always better to commute to this place in a private vehicle(Public transport/state transport buses, are mostly imperceptible).From Bengaluru-Mysore highway one needs to drive towards Yevakapady village(Maps can be really helpful). After arriving at Kabbinakada junction, the guesthouse staff will admonish you to park your private vehicles in their secure parking facility , for two obvious reasons. Firstly, the guest house it located on a small hill top, with only the trained drives allowed to drive. Not all the private vehicles are equipped for such a terrain drive. Secondly, it is no less than a roller coaster ride, but it was surprisingly the best and fun part for the adolescents of our group. For elders with fitness issues, it may get tough. So be prepared, beforehand. Post a 1.5 kilometers juddering drive all along, the Chingaara guest house revels itself. This has, for sure, stolen a glimpse of many of the Red oxide forts, from way back in the history. Having said that, this guest house isn't quaint and on par with basic modern amenities. Mr.Sharat is very courteous, cheerful and well versed with many global languages. He lives locally hence he can be your go-to person for anything and everything. ROOMS: Annexe and a standard room of the main building were our dwellings for the entire stay with huge French windows and picturesque views. The rooms are neat and tidy, well illuminated. The bathrooms are bit small but neat and hygiene. Our rooms tariff came with the 3 meals-a-day that was basic yet healthy. Camp-fire is complimentary but subjected to the season of the year. Although it's located on the highlands, there are abundant resources to maintain the guest house, however they switch-off the power during nights for the guest house is powered with solar/diesel generators. It gets pitch-black at the night, but in such places that is when you are closest to the nature. Arent you? TREKKING: The guest house has a dedicated trek route for about 5kms, that unfolds the mystique mountains, vast stretches of the pristine grasslands all along. The trekking is completely safe but tiring. Not matter where we stopped, at any point of the trek, nature never failed to surprised us.(See attached pics) Coming to this guest house, we realized that beauty has only one address and that is 'nature'.(Probably thats why we planned our consecutive vacations to this place). The trek ends at the top of a mountain and its a bliss for the photography enthusiasts out there. But make it a spot well before the noon as this will save you from jostling with the crowd. The recent stay at this guest house was astounding(as certain as it was during our first visit) , the energy depleted by the evening would amusingly be restored the next morning. Traveler Tips: ---------------------------- 1. Always book this place at least 15 days before your journey. The guest house has limited rooms. 2. For the travelers with fitness issues, its advised to be prepared mentally for only the rugged path to the guest house. Otherwise, there is nothing to worry about this place. Finishing note: -------------------------------------------------------- Its a bliss for the travelers residing in concrete jungle,alike me,to take a quick weekend trip to this place and let the ubiquitous greenery calm your senses. And speaking of which, I must say there is more to this than meets the eye.
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