There are 3 Hotels in or around Irpu, Coorg.Tariff for Irpu in Coorg starts from Rs. 1500 and goes as high as Rs. 3000.Cheapest Hotel in Irpu hotel list is Ramcad Estate, priced at Rs. 1500, while the highest priced hotel near Irpu area is Brain Hunt Holiday Home which will cost you only Rs. 3000. Recently reviewed hotel in Irpu is Ramcad Estate with a tariff starting at Rs. 1500 and average rating of 5.29.
The tour was exhilarating with those meandering roads and thru the reserve park The falls is excellent and very chilly A bath or rather masage by the falls is sensous you need to walk to the falls from your place of stay if it is near like ours to have the experience of the stay The scenic beauty from the stay is nice to savour(along with that hot piping coffee....hmmm
Best Experience: The food of course fantastic break fast and excellent dinner especially the pork curry. we had to ask the hostess to scour the last drop of the gravy in to our plates and still left yearning for more
You will be served the authentic pure coffee for your tea/early day
Worst Experience: No snacks -which is necessary for the climate and occasion
We were 3 families visited this place just to enjoy the nature and simplicity of Coorg living.
There is a ample parking space. The location is just on the main road although close to the sightseeing points. Walkable from Iruppu falls and water streams around.
The ample space motivates to play badminton, cricket and play Carrom in the open or in the shade. Children can enjoy on the swings. Elders has different sitting area which is little isolated and private.
Food is home cooked so will not get bored eating it. Rooms are spacious and fresh. Bathrooms are very neat and clean and of large size.
Sightseeing allows access to river rafting, Tata tea estate, Mrityunjaya temple easily. Can go for a morning walk on the hilly roads and enter into the safe and steady water streams.
Its situation was convenient and easy to move around the places. The appearance of the hotel from inside and outside was good. There was a bamboo house and that was too good. The staff were very quick to respond and their behaviour was professional. The room was fascinated with all comforts and amenities in working conditions. There was no delay during check-in and check-out. The food provided was very good in taste and there were varieties to taste in the restaurant in both veg and non-veg dishes. There was some sight-seeing arranged by the hotels management.
This was my 2nd time at this place. The 1st time was a few years back with my extended family. We took the main cottage along with the outhouse also last time and we had a great time. This time went with few friends and their spouses and children and again booked all 3 rooms. We had a bit of a hiccup as at the last minute due to double booking, but the owner of the place, Mr. Thamanna managed to sort it out and we got the whole to ourselves. The place by itself had not changed. It was a very old construction with red oxide flooring, spacious rooms and large bathrooms. Nothing close to luxurious, but fairly comfortable. There was a single TV, but not many channels were subscribed. The estate manager was friendly; the food was good and the price was reasonable considering we went at X'mas time. We spent a lot of time chatting, eating and drinking. There were no activities other than a walk through the plantation and to the small river on the side of the plantation. This is a good place to go with a large group with an intention to get away from the crowd, spending quality time relaxing in an old world atmosphere. I would not recommend it for couples or adrenalin junkies.
Excellent location - The coffee estate is surrounded by hills. Irpu falls is a short trek from this place (About 2km). Cottage is very clean and well maitained. Service is quick and good. (Language might be a problem as the staff speak only broken Hindi.) Not much interaction with the hosts though. (It did not really matter, just that it\'s kinda against the concept of \'Home Stay\')