COORG BLOSSOM home stay is built in a large coffee estate. We welcome you to stay with us for a homely treatment away from your home. We provides you the advantage of staying in a relaxing environment of a Coffee plantation which also has other varieties of trees like Areca, Coffee, Tea, Medicinal Plants etc.
It provides you a GREEN, FRESH, True-to-Believe environment which no noise of the material world. Just the blissfull solitude and the natural surrounding.
Surendra Anandrao Jagtap, Joyappa to his friends, hails from the princely historical town of Gwalior, famous for their rich history. An engineer by education, worked with varied organizations in India and abroad.
Having a knack of travel and seeing new remote places, he has travelled to the most isolated areas of our country enjoying the freedom, peace and solace he always longed for.
With help from dear friend Dr. M.P. Ganesh, the famous Indian hockey icon, he came up with an opportunity to set up his own home-stay where one can have the bliss of nature all around far from the frantic city life. Up came up the Coorg Blossom, a home stay away from home in a coffee estate in Srimangala, South Coorg. He has a vision of developing this into a tourist hot spot in Coorg.
From Bangalore – 265Kms.
From Mysore – 120Kms.
From Gonikoppal – 35 KM
Nearest Hospital : Srimangala.
Nearest Town : Srimangala.
Nearest Petrol Pump : Srimangala.
This elevated place being highest view point in the whole property facing to evergreen flashy mountain ranges gives nice breeze all along your stay.
Maintaining the cleanliness and richness of food ingredients, our food tastes amazing and they are healthy too. We serve Veg or Non-Veg as you prefer.
Being biggest among the surrounded home stay properties, you as a guest have the leisure to walk around, trek around and watch the nature within the boundaries of your stay.
Mudduraja, the Kodagu King had Mudduraja Keri as his capital.In the year 1681 he renamed it as Madikeri. It is the headquarters of Kodagu District at a height of 1170 meters.It is about 120 km from Mysore.Madikeri is famous for its coffee and oranges. It is famous as birthplace of the most famous river of Karnataka Cauvery.This place is famous for its scenic beauty.The fabulous paddy fields,coffee bushes and the morning mist form a sketch of some unforgettable memories for the tourists.
Coorg is famous for oranges and coffee plantation.This region also is famous for spices. pepper, cardamoms etc can be seen.The coffee plantations in Madikeri alone accounts for almost half of Karnataka’ s coffee production. Karnataka is known to be India’ s largest producer of coffee even today.
It is a place with disputed history. Some of the localites believe that this place was ruled by Lingayat rajas who ruled over Coorg.They established Madikeri as their capital.The famous gallient ruler Tipu Sultan in 1785 A.D, annexed Coorg into his kingdom. But,Maharaja Veerarajendra with the help of the British rulers was successful in getting Coorg free.He developed this place into a beautiful hillstation with beautiful coffee and oranges plantation.But,the joy of freedom of this place was short lived and in 1834 AD, the British took over power in Coorg. They imprisoned the last ruler Chikkaveera Rajendra.
The nearest airports are Mysore 120 km, Mangalore 136 km and Bangalore 260 km.
Nearest Railway Station to Coorg is Mysore 114 km .Mysore is having well connected rail services to all parts of India.
Coorg is having well developed roads connecting Mysore 120 km,Mangalore 136 km and Bangalore 260 km.