Wow, "heaven on earth"
by dilipmta on
Was most peaceful stay of my life, i spend two days in property just walking around and relax after back returning to city life i felt like i experienced heaven on earth I dont advice group or family with children its best place for couple and solo travel who would love nature purely
by Poo B on
Last minute decision to visit wayanad fetched us to garden of eden .. With no regrets I would recommend this place as it s a budget hotel n worth every single penny.. Rooms are decent .. Staff members are polite and humble.. Food was good.. Pool s well maintained .. The only drawback was reachability..
Idyllic remote hideaway
by Karen I on
We stayed here for a couple of nights between Christmas & New Year with our 4 kids.
The road to get there was pretty exciting - it's very remote - but when we arrived it was magical. The different cottages are spread out over the site & it was great for the kids to be able to explore. The pool was freezing - but the kids didn't seem to notice.
The staff - and James, the owner- were hugely attentive - showing the kids all kinds of quirky plants & insects. They even built us a bonfire on both nights to sit around before dinner. The food was great - we felt like they tried to provide us with all of their delicacies in the short time we were there. A veritable feast at every meal.
In short - highly recommended - but be aware of exactly where you are, as we ended up doing alot of driving as we were not ideally located for our day trips (not the fault of the hotel).
by KshitijVats on
Let me say this is my first review on trip advisor and this is because I would really like to visit this place again. I appreciate the efforts of Mr. James & team. They really made my stay memorable. In my four days (6 Dec'14-10 Dec'14) of stay I hardly had any issue. Clean, quiet and peaceful. Just the right place for people who want to be with nature. In true words God's own country.
A lovely place for honeymoon
by tripdayz on
A fabulous place for a honeymoon. Just as the name say, its a garden, a plantation retreat and they have almost everything at the farm. There are a few stunning views of the valley and you could hear drizzle sounds of the near by rocky river. The people here are very helpful and always keep up their welcoming smile. Thanks to James and Jinto who manage the show at the resort. There are a few trekking options nearby and en route they take us to the nearby tribal colony. To me, there would have been no better place for my honeymoon, so quite, relaxed, in a nice charming cottage.
The best thing we could do here is to sit idle and enjoy the beauty of the western ghats. I do not recommend this place to someone who is looking for a branded luxurious experience.