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by Rachpd on October 9, 2019
A must visit if you enjoy fresh farm food . The pumpkin risotto was so delicious that I wished I had more space in my tummy to try some other exotic dishes . Full marks on the food and the ambience . There are several meat options too
by kg02474 on August 3, 2018
We had a wonderful 2 nights stay at the farm. They were extremely accommodating of our kids and showed them all the aspects of the farm. They arranged a taxi one day for an outing and then another taxi for our onward journey. The food was tasty - simple and abundant portions! The surrounding valley is very beautiful and a short (but windy) ride into Thekkady. I'm glad we decided to stay here rather than in town.
by gjjdosstrl on June 7, 2018
Wow.... I find myself short of words to describe the farmstay completely. Reached the property at 3pm by a cab from Dindigul after visiting Suruli falls. Took a bath and went around the farm. Wonderful sight. You are certainly away from the busy town life at this farm. Can't hear sounds of any automobile. Dinner was provided right at 8pm. Woke up early to go around again. Really a nice experience. Harvest was already over and we were not fortunate to taste any of the yield from the farm. We stayed for only a day and a day more would have been nice. Watch-tower views were eye-catching. Mr. Varghese(House-keeping, In-charge) was very friendly and helpful. Got us a cab to move onwards.
by Prakash S on February 15, 2018
Farm is maintained neatly,you can learn about organic pomo cultivation this farm is not commercial one so you can enjoy the nature peacefully ideal for group gatherings / family, Sujit and Vargeese will give lot of inputs on fruits & herbs available in farm. Must Try : Morning walk outside farm Tractor / Bullock Cart ride and Bonfire Pomo Juice and Fresh Tender Coconut water Rooms : Small Rooms but neatly maintained and clean toilets,we visited post Christmas so evening lights around lobby, lawn is excellent. Dining: Breakfast is complementary( Puttu and Kadala curry is yummy) you may not get varieties but food is simple and tasty. Overall stay was good and new experience....
by Xrie on February 4, 2018
I stayed at Harvest Fresh farmhouse for two nights with family and friends, in January 2018. The place looks scenic and beautiful. Three well-designed cottages are available with elegant washrooms. The property spreads over 35 acres of land, of 14 acres grow pomegranates. Other fruits include guava, red lady papaya and passion fruit. Theres a herbal garden, a few birds and 12 cows in the property. Breakfast is complementary and wad very tasty. Theres no buffet with a variety of items, but what is available is served in large portions. Freshly cut fruits and freshly squeezed juice (produce from the farm) add to it. I didnt try lunch from there as I went out to Cumbam and Thekkady on the days I stayed there. The dinner was equally good and tasty. One must give the food order in advance for them to prepare it on time. The two watch towers in the property are really good to get a birds eye view of the area. Theres a check dam and an artificial waterfall near one side of the property. The ~3km approach road to the property is in deplorable condition and is a pain. That is perhaps the only downside, but it has nothing to do with the farm or the stay as the road belongs to the forest department (as told to me by the farm staff).
by Prakash S on February 15, 2018
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