The place is of ultimate peace,very tasty food, if you look at the ambiance which is cool and superb, very well maintained wash rooms , can do coffee plantation walk and walk to a pond nearby.. owner Nikhil is very supportive and acts very quick in case of any inconvenience ... best hospitality.... a must visit place
We were a group of 32 who visited CCC - all in the age group of 22-27. Were were informed that the property can accomodate utmost 26, however, on our request, they accepted the booking of 30+. Being very skeptical about how good the place will be, we were in for a decent surprise. A badminton court at the entrance, nice and clean rooms and an amazing trio of caretakers to host us! They have a dorm with a capacity of 10, and about 4 double-bed rooms.
We requested the caretaker to prepare local food, and he did - the food generally was nice and simple. Our guys loved the rasam there! - On our request, they also prepared Maggi for dinner on one of the days.
It was amazing to also meet the owner of the property who has a bungalow about a few hundred meters away. He explained us about the coffee plantations, the process of preparing coffee, which are pure and impure forms of coffee and the way coffee is marketed. They also have a coffee plantation of about 70+ acres around CCC.
The Nalkeri widlife sanctuary is a 30-min drive from CCC (about 12 km), and so is the Wayanad sanctuary too - We missed out on visiting the sanctuaries because of the 15 Aug rush. There is river rafting (Rs. 1000) nearby, and the Iruppu falls (which apparently are better than the Abbey falls in Madikeri).
Few downsides: (1) The property is in south Coorg - near the Kerala border - There are not too many things nearby - you will have to drive at least 10 mins even for a general store; (2) We had an understanding that Coorg is a hill station. To our surprise, it isn't - except for Madikeri (in north Coorg). Madikeri is about 1.5 hours (70 kms) from CCC. However, Madikeri is pretty commercial, and a quiet place like CCC really felt nice; (3) Tourist places in Kushalnagar are also pretty far away (about 1 hour) from CCC; (4) A swimming pool or more games (apart from badminton) would be ideal, since the tourist places are far away
Overall, it was a good experience at CCC.
I am a regular at Abhuja Farms Bandipur and when it was time for that trip with close friends I once again reached out to Team Ambhuja to enquire on options. I was told about their new property at Coorg, having experienced the ambhuja hospitality for almost 5 years now, we instantly decided to go for our 2016 outing to Coorg coffee Camp.
Basic yet clean, set amidst the coffee estates is Coffee Camp. A little more than half a KM from the Kannuru main road the property is easily approachable. The camp has options to accommodate families and groups. Food is basic but sumptuous and the hospitality rocks.
The property has a small place for camp fire, an elevated dining area and a court to play shuttle. With power back up and nature cooled rooms it was overall a very satisfying experience. if u are looking at a basic not so expensive retreat amidst the coffee estates of Coorg then Coffee Camp it is.
We (2 couples and 2 small kids) stayed at coffe camp for 2 nights. Absolutely amazing place right inside dense coffee plantation and a lot of nature all around. Good place if you want a respite from the city life. Naveen, Naren were great host. The staff were good. Rooms were clean with basic needs. We had some dry chicken items which were awesome. One improvement area can be breakfast options.
We were two couples who landed at Coffee Camp not knowing where we'll stay at Coorg. This was our 3rd visit to Coorg in the last one year, although we had stayed in other parts of the district the other two times.
This place is calm, beautiful, clean and very comfortable. Away from almost any mobile connectivity, it's the best thing we could ask for on a new years get away.
It's very close to Irpu Falls, Nagarahole National Park(drive through this is very nice) , Wyanad wildlife sanctuary (which can be skipped).
The owner of Coffee Camp, Mr. Naveen is a very good host and makes you feel at home. If he is free, you even get to take a trip around the Coffee Estate in the mornings. Good home food, clean rooms and bathrooms, well maintained property.