Sacred groves, the smell of coffee beans, lush green forests and undulating hills- how about having a holiday experience in the mid of all these, that too inside a hidden treehouse? Seems like a scene from a fairytale movie? This can happen to you for real at Katakeri Homestay and Tree House, Coorg. With a touch of luxury and oodles of nature, you can snuggle up in the middle of the deciduous forest with your family or bae inside this pretty treehouse and wake up to the strong aroma of coffee and the sounds of a roaring stream. Keep reading as we reveal more about it.
A Forest Tree House Overlooking Lush Greenery, Coffee Plantations And A Stream
Bit goodbye to the concrete cityscape for some time and escape away to the lush greenery of Coorg inside the rustic treehouse of Katakeri Homestay. Coorg is one of the most profusely green areas of our country and Katakeri Homestay sits right at its heart. Sweeping across 1 acre of forest land, Katakeri Homestay in the Katakeri Village is flanked by coffee plantations, rice paddles, forests and a stream. It sits around 2 kilometres away from Madikeri. The wooden tree house here is absolutely one-of-a-kind, embraced by pristine nature. It has two studio rooms- Superior Studio and Deluxe Studio. The rooms in the treehouse also have attached balconies where the guests can unwind, treating their eyes on the idyllic vistas. Also, here are the 5 most scenic and lesser-known places in Coorg to take your Instagram game up.
A Striking Blend Of Rustic Charm And Modern Amenities
The treehouse strikingly blends the rustic charm with modern amenities. You can take a halt at the Superior Studio here, that comes with a fridge, microwave, dry kitchen and tea or coffee facilities. The Superior Studio is on the lower floor and can fit a maximum of six people. Moving up to the upper storey, there’s the Deluxe Studio which also comes with a forest-facing balcony. From the treehouse, you can visit nearby places of attraction like the Madikeri Fort, Abbey Falls, Omkareshwar Temple, Tibetian Monastery and Irruppu Falls.
Guests Of The Wilderness…
As the treehouse is in the wilds, while staying there, you might be greeted by gorgeous birds, cicadas and more. Coorg has many wildlife reserves like the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Nagarhole National Park and Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary where you can spot animals like elephants, jungle cats, sambar deer, spotted deer, gaur and more. Many species of birds can be spotted here, like the Nilgiri flycatcher, Malabar grey hornbill, blue-winged parakeet and Nilgiri wood pigeon.
The treehouse is managed by Mr. Sathish Rai and his wife Shloka. Cost of staying at the Katakeri Homestay treehouse varies from ₹7800 to ₹20,700, depending on the type of accommodation chosen. For more details, you can send your queries to the homestay website. Alternatively, you can make your booking from the Airbnb website. Also, here are 7 amazing treehouses around the world to make your abode: