5 Plantation Stays In India

When considering a trip to India, try checking out some the incredible “Plantation Stays In India”. There are many stunning locations where you will find plantations across India. Imagine sipping a cup of tea overlooking the lush tea plantations, mountains, lakes and rivers. The plantation stays are perfect for those that want to enjoy nature in beautiful surroundings and experience  culture and an Indian homestay. we have selected 5 Plantation Stays in India to check out for your next trip.

Elephant Corridor – Coorg

Located at Biddanda Estate, Badaga Banangala Post, Via Sidapur, Karnataka. If you are looking a place to put your feet up and relax, this is it. As you might have guessed from the name itself it is the corridor where elephants wander from one estate to another. The place is a 150 year old heritage home in a coffee estate. The hosts Nimi and Viju will give you a warm welcome and make you feel home like. There are super interesting places around to explore, like the Dubare Elephant Camp where elephants can be bathed and fed or taken on a ride, Abey Falls, Nagarahole Wildlife Sanctuary and the Tibetan Monastery in one of the largest Tibetan settlements in the country.


Paradisa Plantation Retreat -Kerala

Located at Murinjapuzha P.O., Idduki District, Peermade, Kerala. The place gives you the view of mountain ranges covered with coffee and spice plantations. The nine cottages are scattered over the property and are decorated with selectively chosen antiques. The most interesting fact is you can eat as well as learn the traditional dishes prepared there, if you want to. The maharajas of Travancore chose this place for their summer palace. You can go for trekking if you like adventure or even try your hand at playing golf. The restaurant organises cultural evenings so that you enjoy the classical dance forms.


Hacienda De Goa Resort – Goa

Located at 1669/3, Grande Chiuvar, Anjuna, Bardez, Goa. Hacienda meaning the main house on a property where the guests are welcomed and entertained. Yes, the resort offers you the same. Designed keeping in mind the Portugese and Spanish style, the resort has an interesting view. The most appealing is the banyan tree shade dedicated for meditation. The restaurant serves variety of cuisines which include European and American delicacies, South Indian coastal specialties and of course traditional Goan spread.


Burra Sahib’s Bungalow – Jorhat

Located at Sangsua, Jorhat. The place successfully manages to represent the colonial architecture and life style. It is located at Sangua tea estate giving you a beautiful view. The furnishing is antique and most of the rooms have fireplace. It is a 125 year old structure with four bedrooms, a large sitting room and lots of verandahs. The place serves you with Indian, Continental and Chinese fare along with traditional North-Eastern specialties. Cycling across the hills is the favorite activity of the visitors. There are other activities like a tea tour covering the intricate process of tea making and having a relaxed swim.


Beyond – Maharashtra

Located at Survey No -1, Village Ganghaware, Gangapur Road, Maharashtra. Beyond is India’s first vineyard resort, within the Sula vineyards in Nashik. The most unique theme is twenty wine themed rooms, named after different grape variety. All the rooms have their own balcony with lake view. Café rose, the restaurant serves Indian and continental meals. A tour of the winery with guides is a sought after activity. A bike ride around the country roads is also relaxing.

 

 

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  • Nathan
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    Looks like great ways to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life to indulge in the tranquil atmosphere in the embrace of Mother Nature. I’d love to try out staying at one of these plantations.

  • Kylee
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    They all kind of have their won little unique things about them don’t they! Have you stayed at them all/any your self?

  • Mohana Das
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    The photographs are stunning! I love plantation stays…so close to nature and so relaxing. If you ever visit Darjeeling, check out the Glenburn Estate.

  • Reply

    I want to stay at all of these! We love staying at places like this. This seems like a great way to see India. 🙂

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