CoffeeBean Villa will remain as a great memory for us for the longest time in the right way
I was skeptical about booking the place but later it was a wise and great decision made by me and my college friends
We had a blast at the place in terms of enjoyment offerred at the place.
The Nonveg food was amazing and yummy.
Dhanush and his parents took utmost care of our stay he helped plan a itinerary for us which helped ad we were new to the place.
Thank you CoffeeBean Villa for being a memory etched in our hearts we will be surely visiting the place again
Dhanush convey my regards to your lovely parents.
Home away from home..humble and friendly host...Best place to visit with family and friends.A truly serene homestay amidst a coffee plantation..nature loving..well maintained and neat rooms...affordable price...home cooked delicious food..had a wonderful time with family..a must visit place to stay on a journey from Bangalore to Manglore.
Had an amazing stay here, loved the bonfire at night and felt so close to nature. The food was great too. The cycling trek was an activity I will never forget and the rain dance was awesome! definitely coming back, very homely and price worthy.
I had visited the place with my Office friends from IBM it was worth every penny spent.It's an awesome getaway, for youngsters and families alike! The food is great and the people very hospitable. There's enough activities for you to go over through the day. The morning trek with coffee plantation trekking and the personal bonfire in the evening together, make this experience memorable. P. S. : The last 10 kilometers to the resort take you through very scenic hilly yet patchy roads and might bother novice drivers.
Stayed with family 2 nights and 3 days. A great experience. Beautiful clean and well furnished cottages in the midst of rain forest of silver oak with black pepper creepers and coffee estate of Western Ghat. Excellent hospitality. Owners take personal care of the guests to make a homely stay. Excellent spread of food. Arrangements for sight seeing by jeep was very good. It has been a pleasant experience and looking forward to come again.
The place is not possible to locate on iphone users.
Not value for Money you spend there, you can get better places at same cost @ chikmagalur.
The owners are very stingy and new to the business may be, they think thrice before issuing a disposable glass or plate.
Only Veg food they serve, Non veg dishes they procure from out side and they charge bomb after adding their Margins @ 200%.
Coffee Bean Estate Villa/Homestay -
Situated in a place between Sakleshpura (part of Hassan district, Karnataka) and Chikamagalur (Chikamagalur district, Karnataka) is a breath of absolute fresh air for the uber cool uber users of the Urban city.
The homestay is surrounded by coffee plantations, jackfruit trees, plantations of various spices such as pepper.
The homestay had a personal garden that hosted a series of flowers which were a delight to look at early in the morning.
The host (also the son of the owners of the Homestay) Dhanush did a splendid job in terms of hospitality. He was considerate, courteous, kind and helpful with the guests and their travel/stay experience.
The food was brilliant on day one. The varieties of food included the best of South Indian dishes all homemade in the kitchen. Chandramma and aunty (helpers at home) were very sweet to talk to.
The house was red mud floored with an old fashioned architecture that reminded me of my grandma's house.
The place has no signal whatsoever. It's a signal free area which enables/forces you to throw away your phone for a game of ball with friends and family.
We played the good old lock and key along with badminton and throw ball. Sports equipment are provided by the homestay. You can choose from football, basketball, cricket as well.
We also witnessed something beautiful apart from all the above mentioned details. There were at least six to seven elderly couples (young at heart). They were atleast over 60 years of age and they had come on a trip and were seen living every moment of their lives in the homestay. We saw them take group selfies, playing throwball, attempting to start a bon fire and discussing places to explore in Sakleshpura. Inspiration of friendship goals poured into us.
So cool no?