Jagale Homestay, Coorg
jagale Homestay, jagale, Balele, Karnataka 571219
Ranked 203 of 1060 hotels in Coorg
This is a very good place to stay with family and friends . Food is awesome with a huge variety and rooms are too good being home stay and neat as well . Pavitha Ramesh the Owner is a very nice lady and helpful. So spacious and not to forget the two cute dogs Snowy and Lucy :)
My stay at this hotel was comfortable and I had visited here with my family. The infrastructure of the hotel was good and room were well furnished and cleanly maintained with all the needful amenities. The staff members are cooperative and friendly in nature. But the only thing I did not like was food quality, it was not nice and taste was not even satisfactory. The hotel did not make activity arrangements and sightseeing trip was done in our own vehicle. My suggestion to hotel management is to improve in food quality and provide it in different varieties.
It was really amazing!.I should rate them 15/10 for hospitality.If you want authentic coorgi food...jagale is the place! The food was so relishing and they served so many dishes that we felt guilty that we are consuming more than we are paying...they have really cute lhasa dog....if its coorg it has to be jagale!
This is by far the worst New Year we have ever experienced, thanks to our hosts at Jagale. It all started when we booked this "highly recommended" home stay two months in advance for New Year's. We specifically mentioned that we are 5 families including 10 adults and 7 children. Our host seemingly was obviously very delighted to take the booking etc. On arrival - we were told that we canâ€™t check in earlier than 2PM as they had guests checking out. We were fine and were on a holiday and it dint quite phase us out.. however on arrival we were given food and the owners quickly moved on doing their own little preparations for new yearâ€™s not only were we made to stay in one of their own rooms where we were inconvenienced to the point that they wanted to move the computer that their child was using in that room, but we were told that they gave away one of the rooms to a friend who was to spend the new year's with them. That to me seemed very unnerving as we had paid and expected the full property to be exclusive to our friends and family. We were subjected to seemingly rude helpers in the property who demanded that we tell them 2 hours in advance on whether we wanted Coffee or tea - like hello it takes 20 minutes to make tea. We had no snacks for tea ,milk was not given to the children nor was our comfort ever checked upon by the hosts. The main idea of staying in a home stay is to get a homely feeling and experience the hospitality of an Indian home. During the hour of the New Year â€“ we were all greeting each other , we did make an effort to wish Happy New Year to our very â€œ Snobbishâ€ host who did not even acknowledge the same. Our original plan was to stay for 2 days and we had no intention to ride the new years on a bitter note so we fled first thing in th morning. Our biggest take from this was â€“ if you are looking at a place to stay and expecting it to be warm and hospitable Jagale is far from that , as a matter of fact it was very cold with its very mean and rude non- communicative hosts.
We booked our stay at Jagale Homestay over the phone and it was hassle free and best part there was no advance that had to be paid. a few days before our travel from Bangalore, Pavitha had given me the details to reach the place but they also helpful in giving directions over the phone when i called them when i was on the way driving. The place was very nice and peaceful nested in the midst of the coffee estate, we were showed to our rooms was neatly maintained and well furnished with a clean bathroom. we were served a hot and delicious lunch which we enjoyed after a long drive. The home stay was just like a home away from home, The hosts were very warm and hospitable which made our stay in Jagale all the more memorable.
Stayed there for 4 nights (initially planned for 3 nights, but extended 1 more night based on public demand.. read demand from my better half and my Son :-) ) A Fantastic experience. Amazing hosts.... Plenty of activities to plan for, but the only thing we could plan for was to laze around in the amazing scenic beauty.. My Son had a gala time exploring places in and around the resort and playing with Tarana..... A very fulfilling experience for all of us. Would love to visit again in the near future....
Jagale Homestay is ranked #203 among the 1060 hotels in Coorg with an average rating of 5.7 out of 7. It is one of the 90, 1-star Homestays in Coorg. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 14 photos and 7 text reviews and is rated top for its Location, Activities and Service.
The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 3,000 to Rs 3,300 per night. The hotel offer 20 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.
The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers. Family (100%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 100% of guests enjoy the hotel's relaxed environment
Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of Jan, Feb and Mar for the best experience.
Jagale Homestay is located at Coorg .
If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.
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