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V Resorts Yedamakky Plantations Coorg

Imagine moorish hills of western ghats stretching out into the distance. Covered in coffee plantations and shrouded in mist. Imagine the Kaveri river twisting its way through these landscapes. Imagine gentle drizzles lifting your spirits.This is the charm of Coorg, one of the best known hill destinations in South India. And this is the sort of beauty that V Resorts Yedamakky Plantations Coorg encompasses in itself.
V Resorts Yedamakky Plantations is not your usual swanky, straight-from-Instagram resort. It’s solitary cottages and groups of huts are spread between acres of coffee and pepper plantations interspersed with the occasional fruit trees and vegetable gardens. While the uniquely captivating experience here won’t leave you with much to ask for, you can engage yourself in badminton or archery in the play area here toget the blood flow going. Walk through the occassionaly misty plantations; take a seat on the benches or under the thatched gazebos scattered in between, to appreciate your surroundings. Late evenings, sit around a bonfire, humming some tunes or just sitting and talking, celebrating the beauty around you.
During your days, go around the vast expanse of Coorg, visiting elephant camps, trekking up tall peaks and then looking down over the valleys, rafting on the Kaveri or exploring its source point, or just enjoying the views of vast greens spread over rolling hills. At night, let your haird down in the silences of the resort’s plantations. The truth is, your experience will be a memorable one either way.

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Local Tour

A two hour drive from the property, Talakaveri (or Talacauveri) is the birthplace of the revered Kaveri river. A small tank besides a temple is believed to mark the exact origin of the river. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Kaveriamma, the deified incarnation of the river. A short drive away, 2 km to be precise, is the Bhagmandala town home to the famous Bhagandeshwara temple.

A trip to Coorg can’t be complete without visit the Madikeri town, the capital of the district. There are many major attractions to enjoy here, including the Abbey Falls, the Madikeri fort, the 17th century fortress of the erstwhile Kodava kings, and the Raja’s seat, a panoramic point used by the old kings to watch the sunset.



V Resorts Yedamakky Plantations has an eclectic, interesting arrangement for accommodation. There are three categories of rooms- Village Huts, Plantation Cottages and Plantation Deck Rooms. While rooms of each category are spread out in a different area on the property, each of them is easily accessible and offers great views of the entire plantations, with all the modern room amenities. The village huts and plantation deck rooms are built using special mud bricks that maintain moderate temperatures all the year round.

Dining Area

The resort dining area is built in traditional ethnic style with special mud bricks, and is open on two sides, giving your meals a special breezy ambience. The area can seat about 30 guests at a time. Traditional south Indian and nnorth Indian fare is available, with all veg and non-veg delicacies. The chef, but, specialises in some local Karnataka dishes that you should definitely try despite your taste.


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While ‘serene’, ‘picturesque’, ‘peaceful’ have become crutches for modern travel writers, these are the very words that truly describe Coorg. One of the most famous hill stations in South India, Coorg offers some of the best views of the Western Ghats and their peaks, as compared to all other destinations along the west. While the quitude is in itself infectious, you would do well to enjoy the coffe plantations, the temples and the monastery, the waterfalls, the elephant camp, and the many activities on the mighty Kaveri, here. While it is a vat district, with many small scennic towns, each housing different attractions, they’re all close by, and the journey is pretty, so you won’t mind either way. Do buy the local Coorg honey, which, with its mild sweetness and a sharp richness, is unlike any other you’ve tastes, Coorg coffee beans/ powder and, if possible, one or a fe of the different varieties of home-made wines here, made out of everything from beetle leaves, bird’s eye chillies, to diffferent seasonal fruits.


  • Nearest Airport: Bangalore (257 kms)
  • Nearest railway station: Mysore - 110 kms & Thalassery (Kerala) – 80 kms
  • Nearest Bus Stand: Virajpet – 9 kms (15-20 mins)
  • Address: Yedamakky Cottage,Yedamakky, Hegela Village, Virajapet, Coorg - 571218