Peaceful & serene place to chill with a large group...
Arun2002on 12/10/2016 17:10
Very peaceful and nice place to spend quality time with a group of 6-10 friends.. we stayed here for couple of days.. this is inside a plantation very far from civilisation.. you feel like you are inside a forest... the owner is very welcoming and provided all services we requested for... the place is full value for money... Negatives -less mobile connectivity -no internet
An awesome place to relax
Subham Mon 26/05/2015 08:10
The moto of our trip was to have a little relaxing gateway from the busy life schedule of Bangalore. If this is the scenario, this Homestay is the best in all the aspects. It is in the middle of a forest, so you will get a feel of romancing the nature from the room itself. Out of the city limits & more importantly out of the network given us a perfect chance to rejuvenate the friendly gossip and outdoor activity. Now coming to the specifications, we were a group of 13 persons and the homestay is really well equipped for that. It has 3 Rooms all are really nicely maintained. Owner Prem is a really nice guy and he made all the dinner and breakfast arrangements for us. Food was really testy and once the evening comes the resort becomes a lovely place to relax. 2 things I must mention as a caution. First, as it is situated at the outskirt of the City so Mobile networks may not be strong. To be precise, other than “Airtel” other mobile networks may not be there. Secondly, it’s in the midst of a forest. So, other than own vehicle it is impossible to reach there. Conclusion: If you really wants to spend some quality time with friends and family this is the most affordable place to relax.
Awesome & Peaceful
Naresh Von 26/04/2015 12:44
We stayed there for a couple of days with my friends, nice environment and coffee estate, hospitality, and of coarse good food.. Lots of place to play cricket, badminton, etc..
But only airtel network is reachable.. Thanks Prem..
Good, Clean & Quiet
Roshandlimaon 10/04/2011 16:26
We were 5 adults who spent a couple of nights at Nisarga Comfort Estate and we liked it very much for the service, the friendly people, the quiet, unpolluted surroundings, the fragrance of coffee flowers blooming, etc. Its' about 16 Kms. away from Madikeri City, but if one wants to spend some quiet time with nature, catch up on some reading or go for long walks or even enjoy the local food, its' a good place to be. The owners of the place are very polite, helpful and obliging.
Wake up and Smell the Coffee
rohitashwa18on 31/12/2010 10:47
My objective in this trip was to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and from spend a few days away from office. As a deciding factor I try to look for places which have an element of wildlife associated with them. Nisarga Comfort came recommended. A few family friends had already spent some time there and were very happy. And as there was the promise of birding and butterfly watching, off we went.
The place is about 17 kms from Madikeri town on the route towards Nagarhole/Kutta. If you are coming from Bangalore / Mysore, do call up the estate and they'll direct you to the place via a shorter route through Kushalnagar. The road condition for 16.5 kms is good. The last 0.5 kms is off road. You'll pass through paddy fields, estates and the last strech cuts right through a coffee estate.
The Estate house itself is a double storey bungalow with about 7 bedrooms. The owners, Prem and his mother stay on the estate. The first thing that hits you as you reach the stay is the complete isolation from traffic, pollution, artificial sounds. Just the breeze and the birds chirping away.
Although you can ask for various dishes to be cooked (veg & non-veg) including the "pandi curry", we opted for the traditional local cusine and we were not disappointed. I could not stop eating the Rasam and chicken served with Rice - it was finger licking good. The Akki roti was amazing nothing like the stuff dished out in the Bangalore hotels and the neer dosa with chicken curry was fantastic. Like I said, simple & local cusine.
From an activity perspective, there is a lot you can do while at the estate (I am ofcourse assuming that you wouldn't want to drive a lot). There is trekking through the estate, bird watching, butterfly and insect watching, there is a river close by where you can go and spend some time, lots of photo opportunities for the camera lovers or simply laze around and do nothing. For folks who want to drive about, lots of places of interest in a 25 km radius.
At Rs. 1200 a night per person per room which includes 3 meals a day + tea / coffee its the best value for money that you can find.