Two bedroom house in a calm and cool atmosphere. All the rooms are attached with modern western toilets
My place is situated One kilometer away from the main bus route from Sulthan Bathery to Mananthavady. One boundary of the place is a stream (Narassippuzha – tributary to Kabini River) with the opposite riverbank reserved forest. Plenty of trees, flora & fauna and overall a wild ambiance are the place’s salient features. Location is bit remote and we advise the guests to reach our office and from there our staff will guide.
All the common areas, walkways, lawns and plantation.
Interaction with guests
I am living nearby and will be available as and when needed. There will be a caretaker in the property who will be ready to help you with your requests throughout the stay.
Other things to note
Always carry a valid identity proof with you and present it when requested.
The rainy seasons are the best time to visit Wayanad if you want to see the forests, hills and vegetation at their best. Imagine yourself warming up with a hot cup of brew, looking out at the rains and accompanying mists!! Alternatively the summer months of March-May are better suited for outdoor activities and wildlife safaris. Animal sightings tend to be better in summer owing to many animals migrating to the forests of Wayanad from other reserves, in search of better water resources and prey.
Fauna and Flora
Wayanad’s forests are rich in plant and animal diversity, and play a crucial role in the conservation of several rare species some of which include but not limited to the Lion tailed Macaque, the Royal Bengal Tiger and Elephants.
Even though Wayanad is the least populated district in Kerala, it has the highest tribal population. Some of the tribes still speak their own languages. The tribes are experts at extracting valuable forest resources, and their weapons, art forms and handicrafts are major attractions for tourists. Their ethnic food recipes, like dishes made from forest leaves, bamboo and paddy crabs, are some of the specialities here.
Smoking in public places in Kerala is a punishable offence. Smoking is permitted only in designated smoking areas.
Use of contraband drugs is against the law and is not permitted on our property.
You are permitted to carry alcohol or alcoholic beverages not above the quantity stipulated by law. Please do inform us if you are in procession of alcohol or alcoholic beverages during check in.
Please ensure that you have the purchase bills in your custody for alcohol or alcoholic beverages you carry during your stay with us.
Consuming alcoholic or alcoholic beverages in public and open spaces in Kerala is a punishable offence. Please speak to us for more details.
Please contact us for assistance in reaching our house. We can arrange a pick up at extra cost. Please do write to us if you would require transportation.
Wayanad District is a bio-diverse region spread across 2,132 square km on the lofty Western Ghats, Wayanad is one of the few districts in Kerala that has been able to retain its pristine nature. Hidden away in the hills of this land are some of the oldest tribes, as yet untouched by civilization. And the very first prehistoric engravings in Kerala discovered in the foothills of Edakkal and around Ambukuthimala bear testimony to a pre-historic culture dating back to the Mesolithic Age. Strikingly scenic, it is known for its sub-tropical savannahs, picturesque hill stations, sprawling spice plantations, luxuriant forests and rich cultural traditions. A holistic confluence of wilderness, history and culture, Wayanad is located on the southern tip of the magnificent Deccan plateau.
We have attempted to focus on cleanliness and hygiene without compromise on reasonable physical comfort to rest, relax and enjoy the silence. We hope that you will reciprocate the same while staying there. As for the food, it is our intention to provide you a tasty palette.
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Hi, I am John Joseph, known as Johny, born and brought up in an agricultural family in Wayanad. My ancestors migrated to Wayanad from the central Kerala during the early 1950s.
I love to travel, meet and host people around the globe.