The headquarters of the Kodagu District, Coorg offers unimaginable tourist experience. The lush green hills, the coffee and tea plantations spread over miles and the crystal clear environs are sure to take your breath away. Formerly known as Kodaimalenadu ('dense forest on steep hill'), Coorg has been lovingly christened the Scotland of India. spread over 65 acres of pepper and coffee plantations, the Alath Cad Estate is one of the most among budget hotels in Coorg and offers state of the art accommodation at these exotic locales. 


Alath Cad Estate holiday home is housed in a century old cozy Coorg house, which has 5 separate double bedrooms and a separate annex called the Inemane which has 3 deluxe double rooms, a suite and an individual cottage. The in-room facilities are:

  • Attached bathroom
  • Running hot & cold water
  • Lobby
  • Dressing mirror
  • Room service 


The Alath Cad offers unique dining experiences at the dining hall. Those with a nack for cooking can also take cooking lessons in local cuisine from the expert chef. 


  • Cycling
  • Bird watching
  • Plantation tour
  • Trekking
  • Angling
  • Golfing
  • Basket ball
  • Badminton and other indoor games
  • Audio visual on Coorg
  • Cooking classes for local cuisine
  • Shopping for Plantation crops
  • Traditional Coorg Jewellery and much more
  • Table Tennis
  • Children's play area
  • Conference room 
  • Mini Discotheque (groups only) 

City Info:

Coorg, locally called Madikeri in the state of Karnataka, is well connected by road to Bangalore. The route from Bangalore to Coorg is via Mysore, Kushalnagar, Gudde Hosur. The major tourist attractions at Coorg are:

  • Madikeri Fort
  • Raja's Seat
  • Talakaveri
  • Iruppu Falls
  • Abbey Falls