Prashanti Atithi Gruha in Kodagu is designed specifically to take you away from the trials and tribulations of daily life. The Resort is located close to the Mangalore roadside, amidst coffee and spice plantations. It invites the visitors to immerse in the beauty of Coorg, and in the indigenous culture of the hills of Kodagu.
Facilities available at Prashanti Atithi Gruha
- Every cottage has 24 hour hot water facility, so you don’t have to worry about having to take a bath in the cold.
- The cottages are located right next to the lakeside, and offer the visitor a beautiful view of the lake that relaxes the mind, body and soul.
- The Resort provides its patrons with a guide/driver so you will not have to worry about getting around Coorg and getting to see the attractions.
The resort has some 50 acres of private land where trekking can be done.
- 24/7 electricity is available due to the fact that the resort has generators to supply it with power even during power outages.
Activities at Prashanti Atithi Gruha, A resort at Kodagu
The resort offers its guests an array of outdoor and indoor activities including:
- Carrom board
- Stream Walking
- Short Jungle Trekking
- Bird Watching
- Jungle Stream Bathing
- Rope walking
- Musical chair
- Ring throw
- Volley ball
Places to See around Prashanthi Resorts
Avandoor Falls – Lying 22 kilometres away from Madikeri is the Avandoor Falls. The Avandoor Falls are composed of several streams that join together and continue down the mountain slope into the Kaveru river. Monsoon season is the time of year when the flow of water down the falls reaches its peak. The Avandoor Falls are located in the Avandoor Forest, hence the name. A hanging bridge has been constructed close to the waterfall for the benefit of the tourists.
Kote Betta- Kote Betta, at an elevation of 5400 ft. above sea level, is the third highest peak in the entire Kodagu District. Kote Betta is located in Madapur and is 22kms from Madikeri. Trekking distance to the peak from the headquarters is 14 kms. It is a perfect place for trekking in Coorg, with the best season for trekking being between October to March. The resort provides guides for trekking, and no extra permission is necessary from the authorities to trek Kote Betta.
The Madikeri Fort –The Madikeri fort was built in the 19th century by the King Lingaraja and is situated in the centre of the town of Madikeri. Now it houses various law courts, state government offices, and the public library. Inside the fort you can also find the ancient Ganesha temple, statues of two elephants, and a stone turtle in the courtyard of the fort. A chapel turned museum is also present inside the fort which was built by the British after the accession in 1834.
Prasanti Athiti Gruha
Madikeri – 571201
Phone: +91 94481 94499, 94818 83004, 98441 05246