Our Top Homestays in India

Glenora Homestay, Wayanad
This luxurious tree house is set in 90 acres of coffee, pepper, betel nut, lime, ginger, guava and avocado plantations, in Wayanad district of Kerala. One can get beautiful and picturesque vies of the plantations and wild life nearby, from the balconies. Meenmutty Falls, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Chembra Peak are some of the nearby attractions and activities such as trekking, jeep safari and visiting tribal colonies will make your visit worthwhile.
Home to the hospitable Rajagopal family, and registered as a “farm tourism provider”, there are three light, well-furnished rooms in the house and two new cottages on stilts (each of the latter has two balconies overlooking the plantation – birds, monkeys, foliage and not another house in sight).

Bel Home Homestay, Coorg
Bel Home is situated amidst a coffee plantation at an altitude of 3,200 feet in a valley facing the gorgeous Kotebetta Peak. This cottage where you can feel the cool breeze and explore the unique birds and rivers in the nearby areas is one of the best places to enjoy a relaxing holiday. A walk through the Bellarimotte Estate, with its coffee, pepper, cardamom and orange plantations will be an everlasting experience and you can also take the pleasure of bird watching, river rafting and trekking.

Vembanad House Homestay, Alleppey
Vembanad House, on the banks of Vembanad Lake in Kerala is an old ancestral home which is surrounded by water on three sides. The stunning traditional wooden furniture and works of art makes the interior look dazzling and the exterior is luxuriant with tropical plants and paddy fields.
The location is what really sells the Vembanad House Homestay. Aside from the location, the Vembanad House is also popular because of its architecture. It is a prime example of Kerala’s traditional architecture with its house and interior design. If you want a resting place not only for your body but also for your soul then the Vembanad House Homestay is the place to be.

Capella, Goa
Capella is a homestay set on the top of a hill, in the middle of lush green surroundings in Arpora village. The house provides all modern facilities along with traditional Goan architecture. If you want to make your holiday more exciting, have fun at the famous beaches- Baga, Calangute and Candolim , at a distance of just around 20 minutes from Capella.

The Cottage Homestay, Jeolikot
Cottage homestay is located in the foothills of the Himalayas and is a perfect getaway during summer. The Cottage Homestay is frequented by people who want to enjoy the cold Himalayan winds. It is located on the foothills of the Himalayas. Other nearby attractions includes the Kumaon’s Lake District, and the Ranikhet and Corbett National Park. Other activities include short treks and bird watching.

Spiti Homestays, Himachal Pradesh
This isn’t one homestay, but a whole community of them – a choice of 14 in all, spread across six high-altitude villages all in the isolated Pin Valley, set against the frosted peaks of the Himalayas (Kibber, one of the world’s highest villages, stands 4,500m above sea level). As homestays go, these mud-and-brick dwellings are a bit rougher than most (instead of bathrooms you get buckets of hot water, and the toilets are composting squats) but the guest rooms – one a household – are clean, and colourful, furnished with rugs and folksy fabrics. Aside from home-cooked Spitian cuisine (momos perhaps, or noodle soup), you get rugged scenery, invigorating mountain air, smiling faces and the odd yak safari. Not only will you step into a way of life in this Bhuddist community that hasn’t really changed for centuries, but you will also help to keep it going.

Devra Homestay in Udaipur
Devra homestay is located close to Udaipur city. It is a colonial set up that resembles a farmhouse. The accommodation is surrounded by farmlands and hills. The guest rooms at Devra homestay overlook the beautiful Monsoon Palace.
You can indulge in organic living. Here meals are prepared with home grown organic vegetables.Activities include participating in sightseeing trips in and around Udaipur, gardening, painting, trekking, walking, visiting temples and other such interesting activities.

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