Chikmagalur is situated in south western part of Karnataka. Carved against a mountainous canvas this beautiful malnad district is full of surprises… lofty peaks… delightful dales… racing rivers… sparkling streams… captivating cascades… and the bracing mountain air – a balm to the work-weary. Climb high above the world where the mountains seem to touch the sky. Marvel at the unspoilt beauty of the snow-white coffee blossoms. To add adventure to enchantment this hilly district has some exciting trekking routes in the Western Ghats, in Chickmagalur district, the major commercial crop is coffee. Other commercial crops are Pepper, Cashew nuts etc.. Mullain Giri, the highest peak in Karnataka (viz., 6,317 feet high from Sea Level) is 12 Kms away from Chickmagalur.
Right from ancient times the numerous ‘agraharas’ have been lively centers of educational and cultural pursuits. Dating back to the early centuries of the Christian era are numerous epigraphs which give a vivid pictures of the rise and fall of empires in the state.
Any tourism is intended to provide an escape from the monotony of daily life and commercial life. That is the point which relaxes and rejuvenates our mind, which is the soul of travel and tourism.
Situated in the queen of mountains – the beautiful, small and clean city of Chickmagalur, Keremakki Estate Homestay is a premium accommodation alternative that is a representation of Indian Hospitality at its best. If you are looking for a personalized, experience based holiday or a hectic business travel with a perfect place to relax and be at peace, without compromising on the comforts of a hotel, Our Homestay is your answer.
It is not just an escape from the routine but also a very good insight into how a plantation is run and managed. Keremakki Estate Homestay is located very close to Chickmagalur and a convenient distance from many tourist spots such as the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, Belur, Halebedu, Kemmanagundi and Ranganabetta. We make for an enjoyable hospitality for the family in a warm and home style setting…