Devo Bhava” is a saying in Sanskrit the ancient Indian language, which
means “guests are equivalent to gods.” Provides tourists a safe and
hygienic home stay experience along with traditional Malabari cuisine
and hospitality This Home stay is situated in an exotic locale in
Wayanad one of the hill stations in Kerala. This home stay is located at
Panamaram, the centre point of Wayanad. A picturesque town, the place
is well connected by both private and state buses. World renowned for
its coffee and tea plantations and spices, Wayanad has become one of the
favourite hubs for tourists.Surrounded
by coffee and pepper plantations and paddy fields, this home
stay really transcends you to an ethereal world. An ecstatic and
holistic experience from the rush and shrieks of routine. Located in an
80 year old estate, which combines the legacy of Wayanad farming
culture. This Home stay gives you a first hand experience of Malabar
cuisine and hospitality. Traditional Kerala cuisine is served as per
your order. Only farm fresh and organic products are used for cooking.
There is also a small kitchenette if you are in the mood for a holiday
cooking.Traditional ayurvedic massage (provided only on request) to
relax and rejuvenate your mind and body, a total holistic healing.You
can have a first hand experience of the various crops grown in Wayanad
through the nature walk. They provide a facility to view the farming
activities of various crops like vanilla, pepper, coffee, cardamom,
paddy etc., also short trips to Wayanad’s tribal heartland. Swimming,
Fishing and rowing a raft in a natural pond just a stone’s throw away.
Traditional ayurvedic massage (provided only on request) to relax and
rejuvenate your mind and body, a total holistic healing. Spacious and
well lit court allows you to enjoy a game of badminton whenever you
yearn for some physical activity.They provide various indoor games for
Hi Speed Internet connection is available at this home stay for the convenience of the Guest.They also provide pick and drop facility on prior information.
Continental Plan (Accommodation + breakfast)
|Room||A/C||Non A/C||Extra Person|
|VAYU||Rs. 2500/-||Rs. 400/-|
|JAL||Rs. 3000/-||Rs. 400/-|
|THEJAS||Rs. 3500/-||Rs. 3000/-||Rs. 400/-|
|AAKASH||Rs. 3500/-||Rs. 3000/-||Rs. 400/-|
|PRITHVI||Rs. 5500/-||Rs. 400/-|
|SOORYA||Rs 4000/-||Rs. 3500/-||Rs. 400/-|
|CHANDRA||Rs 4000/-||Rs. 3500/-||Rs. 400/-|
|VAYU||Bamboo double room with attached bathroom and a common sit out.|
|JAL||Bamboo double room (large) with attached bathroom and a common sit out.|
|THEJAS||Double room on the first floor offers a split-level verandah opening up to the boundless paddy fields,a sitting room in addition to an attached dressing room and bathroom.|
|AAKASH||Ac double room with attached dressing room ,bathroom with tub and a private balcony.|
|PRITHVI||Room with three double-beds where 6 can accommodate with3 attached bathrooms and a sit out.|
|SOORYA||2 bed, Bath attached room with private balcony ( with spectacular view to nature) and common sitting room.|
|CHANDRA||2 bed, Bath attached room with private balcony ( with spectacular view to nature) and common sitting room.|
|CHILD BELOW 6 YEARS complimentary|
|CHILD BETWEEN 6- 12 YEARS WILL BE BILLED @ Rs.250/-|
|MEAL – Rs.200/- PER PERSON PER MEAL|
|CHILDREN – Rs.100/- PER CHILD PER MEAL|
Near by Places to visit
Chain Tree : Legend has it that an Adivasi youth named Karinthandan was instrumental in guiding the British Engineer through the difficult mountain terrain into Wayanad. Eager to take credit for the discovery, the engineer conveniently killed his guide, whose soul, according to the legend, constantly haunted subsequent travelers. It is believed that a priest chained the troublesome spirit onto this tree and hence the name the Chain Tree.
Pookote Lake: The fresh water lake nested above wooded hills is the only one of its kind in Kerala. It is one of Wayanad's top visitor draws.
Chembra Peak: At 2100 meters, the spectacular Chembra Peak located towards the southern part of Wayanad is the tallest summit in the region. Climbing this peak is a challenging Endeavour and would take a full day.
Soochipara waterfallS: The fresh water lake nested above wooded hills is the only one of its kind in Kerala. It is one of Wayanad's top visitor draws.
Kanthanpara waterfalls: A beautiful waterfall about 30 meters in height. Relatively smaller than Sentinel Rock Falls, and rather less frequented Kanthanpara and its surroundings offer a very pleasant site.
Meenmutti Waterfalls: An interesting 2 km jungle trek off the main Ooty Road, Meenmutty is the largest and most spectacular waterfall in Wayanad. A unique feature is that water drops about 300 meters over three stages.
Kuuva Dweep: The Kuruva Island with 950 acres of evergreen forest lies on one of the tributaries of the River Kabini. This calm and peaceful island is home to a variety of birds, butterflies and orchids.
Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary: Situated along the northern ridge of Wayanad (bordering Coorg district of Karnataka)Tholpetty is much similar to Muthanga in terms of flora and fauna. The best season to visit is November and May.
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary: Spread over a vast area, Muthanga is part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Region. It's a rain forest reserve connected to two-major sanctuaries-Bandipur National Park in Karnataka and Mudhumalai Sanctuary in Tamilnadu.
Edakkal caves: Etchings found on the walls of these caves have drawn the serious attention of archeologists and historians worldwide. It is assumed that the Edakkal had been inhabited at various stages in history. A telescope installed by the DTPC that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding country is another attraction.
Calicut: 84 Kms, Sulthan Bathery: 25 Kms (Via Beenachi), Kalpetta: 15 Kms, Ooty: 112 Kms, Banglore: 280 Kms, Mysore: 140 Kms . Bandipur National park 103 kms.