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Coorg Bliss Resort

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    Resort
    4 star
    India
    Coorg
    Ammathi, Karnataka 571211, India
    09591391010
    Madikeri
    1 nights
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    For those who usually drive in bumper to bumper traffic, it might take some getting used to, to seeing seemingly endless plantations, winding roads and not a soul in sight. If you wanted to leave the world behind, you couldn’t have chosen a better destination than Coorg for a weekend getaway. And if you wanted to have the finest in the world waiting on you, you can’t choose a better destination.

    Imagine the picture perfect backdrop of Coorg heightened by the soothing flow of majestic Cauvery, interspersed with myriad of songs of the birds in harmony, whistling winds and whispering palms.

    If Coorg is your destination of choice and you love nature and enjoy serenity and look forward to rediscovering yourself and sharing special moments with your family, then this Resort is the place to be. Coorg Bliss Resort captures the magic of Coorg and offers it to you as a serene and lasting experience. It is the only resort with a Golf Academy and provides golf coaching under expert guidance.

    Cottages at Coorg Bliss Resort

    Deluxe AC Cottage

    Den AC Cottage

    Premium AC Cottage

     

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    Policies of Coorg Bliss Resort

    Amenities of Coorg Bliss Resort

    Amenities: Air Conditioning Separate Living Room Television Complimentary Breakfast Complimentary Bottled Water Tea & Coffee Maker Minibar In-room Safe Wardrobe Laundry Service (on request) 24-hour Hote & Cold Water

    • AIR CONDITIONING
    • COFFEE
    • COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST
    • CONFERENCE ROOM
    • ENTERTAINMENT
    • FIRE PLACE
    • FITNESS FACILITY
    • FREE PARKING
    • FRIDGE
    • HOT TUB
    • PETS ALLOWED
    • PICK AND DROP
    • PLAY PLACE
    • ROOM SERVICE
    • SUITABLE FOR EVENTS
    • SWIMMING POOL
    • TELEVISION
    • WI_FI
    • WINE BAR

    Things to Do

    River Rafting, River Crossing, Zipline, Golf Coaching, Plantation Trek, Air Rifle Shooting, Indoor games, Pool, Boating in the lake, Volley ball, badminton/Shuttle, Burma bridge

    Golden Temple Coorg

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    Dubare Elephant Camp

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    Kaveri Nisargadhama

    0 (0) Nisargadhama is a series of small and large islands on the Cauvery river near to Kushalnagar town in Coorg district of Karnataka. There are many shallow portions of the river through which one can just walk through. Other activities here include elephant rides and boating. Its an excellent place to spend an evening.

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    Madikeri Fort

    0 (0) Madikeri Fort (Coorg District) was first founded by Mudduraja in the second half of the 17th century. He also built a palace inside the fort. It was eventually rebuilt in granite by Tipu Sultan who named the site as Jaffarabad. In 1790, Doddavira Rajendra took control of the fort. The British who added

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