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    Plan your stay at Premium Cotteges in Bisle, Sakleshpur with Outdoor Pool

    A fascinating journey through the endless wonders of an enduring secret called Sakleshpur

    If nature is tugging at your heartstrings, Sakleshpur is where you should head, and while here, at this Resort is where you should camp.

    For being enveloped in the luxury of cosy self-contained cottages and surrounded by the taste of a farm lifestyle is a fine way of answering the call.

    Here, freshly grown clove and pepper plantations revitalize your senses, cheerful red coffee berries add colour to your life and activities ensure there’s never a dull moment.

    Revisit the wondrous innocence of your childhood when your mind and body rejoice in its strength and vitality. Toss a ball, take a swim, fly a kite, catch a fish, and dream by a glowing fireside at twilight. So you may be you again.

    And when you’re rejuvenated, we’re only too happy to guide you on a fascinating journey through the endless wonders of an enduring secret called Sakleshpur.


    • 6 A/c Deluxe Pool Facing Accommodations
    • 5 A/c Deluxe Non-Pool Facing Accommodations
    • 4 Luxury Gazebo Tent Rooms Accommodations
    • Dormitory Accommodations
    • Swimming Pool
    • Travel Help
    • Natures Walk
    • Badminton
    • Cricket
    • Camp Fire
    • Indoor Games

    Destination Theme

    • Poolside Party
    • Poolisde Wedding Destination
    • Poolside Business Meet
    • Infiniti Pool Resort
    • New Year Party

    Places to Visit


    At the foothills of the Pushpagiri Mountains in northern Coorg, the Kumaradhara River falls off a cliff nestled amidst splendid greenery to make the Mallalli Fall a picturesque location. The river then continues its course through Kukke Subrahmanya and later joins the Netravati.

    Distance: 23.6 km

    Getting there: The roads leading to the fall are only accessed by a four-wheel-driven vehicle, so it’s best to hire a jeep at Sakleshpur. The resort will be happy to do this for you at additional cost.

    What to do there: Climb up the vantage rock at the peak opposite the fall and immerse yourself in the beauty of the surrounding mountains and valleys.  Take the steps down to the base to enjoy a rejuvenating shower, or just to experience a different perspective of the wondrous falls.


    The ruins of a fort built by Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore, Kaginahare stands atop a hill that overlooks rolling mountains carpeted with lemongrass and interspersed with palm trees and scattered rocks. The view is to live for.

    Distance: 20.2 km

    Getting there: The route up the hills to reach Kaginahare is tricky and can only be accessed by four-wheel-driven vehicles, so be sure to ask the resort for a jeep on hire.

    What to do there:  Climb atop the fort and enjoy a stunning view of the gorgeous locale.  Spend some time revelling in nature and don’t forget to take your cameras.


    In the wake of a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains stands an ancient temple enshrining Lord Shantha (Kannada for ‘silent’) Mallikarjuna.  The legend is that the gentle god appeared in response to the meticulous penance of a sage here, turning it to sacred land.

    Distance: 84.1 km

    What to do there: Step into the temple and enjoy a darshan of Lord Shantha Mallikarjuna.  Revel in the silence of the tranquil surroundings and find harmony within yourself.


    Lying in a quiet corner amidst the Bisle Reserve Forest, the Mookana Mane Fall is a spot of absolute serenity.  Short but broad and pretty, you experience a sense of tranquillity as you gaze at its beauty.

    Distance: 10.5 km

    Getting there: As the roads are not accessible by normal vehicles it is best to hire a four-wheel-driven vehicle at Sakleshpur. The resort will be happy to do this for you for an additional fee.  Reaching the fall requires a short and moderately easy trek.

    What to do there: Walk up to the base of the fall and just relax, take in the quiet and find yourself filled with peace as you gaze at the soothing water.


    Built in 1782 by Tipu Sultan as security against infiltrators from Madikeri, this imposing fort stands atop a hill called Anaigudda on the road to Mangalore.

    Distance: 25.5 km

    What to do there: Explore the intrigue of the old fort and admire stonewalls guarded by a deep trench all around and the inner part, built with burnt bricks and lime mortar.  Don’t forget to check out the plus-shaped well at the centre, guaranteed to put a smile on your face.


    If you’re feeling devotional, the twin holy sites of Kukke Subramanya Temple and Dharmasthala are must-visits, being just a one to two hours’ drive.

    Subrahmanya – 42.1 km;
    Dharmasthala  – 91.1 km

    What to do there: Get close to God at the Kukke Subramanya, Dharmasthala and Manjunatha temples and the Bahubali statue. Indulge in a bit of history at ‘Manjusha’ – a private heritage museum housing metal sculptures, paintings, cameras and handicrafts.  For an added treat, check out the vintage cars at the nearby car museum.


    A charming hill-town at 5000 ft. above sea level, Madikeri’s scenic beauty and pleasant climate have earned it the moniker ‘Scotland of the East’.  Headquarters of the Coorg district, it’s an ideal tourist hideaway with several enduring attractions.

    Distance: 66.7 km

    What to do there: Wake up and smell the coffee, taste the oranges, try the cardamom and savour the honey, which grow here in profusion.  Admire the view from the top of Raja’s Seat and the bottom of Abbe Fall and spend your time just taking in the sights.


    If you’re inclined to adventure, are physically fit, have the gift of youth – or all of these – the green route trek must be on your bucket list.  An unused railway track leads your jaunt over a hundred bridges, past two-dozen waterfalls and into tranquillity that only comes through nature.

    Distance: 20 km

    Room Tariff

    RoomCP PlanAPAI PlanExtra AdultExtra KidDetails
    Deluxe A/C Pool Facing Room (for 2 People)7,0008,5002,5001,250Book Now
    Deluxe A/C Non-Pool Facing Room (for 2 People)6,0007,5002,5001,250Book Now
    Luxury Gazebo Tents (A/C) (for 4 People)8,00012,0002,5001,250Book Now
    Dormitory (Non A/C) (Max 14 People)2,500
    per person
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    • CP Plan includes Breakfast only
    • APAI Plan inclues all meals
    • Kids – Between 6 to 12 Years

    Policies of Premium Holiday Cottages near Bisle with Pool

    CANCELLATION POLICY 25% refund will be issued if cancellation is effected between 7 -8 Days prior to the check in date. 50% refund will be issued if cancellation is effected between 8 to 15 Days prior to the check in date. 75% refund will be issued if cancellation is effected beyond 16 Days prior to the check in date. No refund if cancellation is effected within 7 days prior to check in date. No refund if cancellation is effected after the check-in.

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    Things to Do

    Mallali Falls

    Mallali Falls is a magnificent waterfalls situated in the foothills of Pushpagiri Mountains in Coorg district of Karnataka. Formed by Kumaradhara River, Mallali Falls drops down from a height of 200 feet and is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Coorg. The Kumaradhara River later flows through Kukke Subrahmanya and merges with the Netravati


    Bisle Ghat View Point

    From this point one can see the mountain ranges of 3 districts: Kumara Parvatha (1319 m) of Dakshina Kannada district, Puspha Giri (1712 m) and Dodda Betta (1119 m) of Coorg district and Patta Betta (1112 m) and Enni Kallu (900 m) of Hassan district. The highlight of this point is that the view has



    The ruins of a small fort built by Tipu Sultan (1750-99) who ruled over the South Indian state of Mysore (1782-99) coupled with beautiful mountain range of Western Ghats could be found here. Milky white clouds hug the green hills and makes the place a heaven on earth. Ever felt like kissing the clouds!!?? You


    Manjarabad Fort

    Manjarabad Fort is located about 5 KM after Sakleshpur town when we go from Hassan. It is a simple and nice architectural fort. There are quite a few things to see here in a very small area: The fort wall, watch towers, a cross-shaped stepped well at the center, surrounded by dungeons, a few storage


    Hanging Bridge

    A small hanging bridge built by village panchayat across a small stream to make a near by village accessible to the outer world too has become a favorite place for the tourists and adventure lovers to hangout.


    Mookanamane Abbi Falls

    A beautiful water fall located amid the forest makes it almost a private water fall due to less tourist/ local crowd. As the water falls from about 35 – 40 feet height it gives an immense pleasure to the eyes of the individuals to watch the nature’s glory here. The falls are attracting tourists from


    Green Route Trek

    Situated in the heart of western ghats and on Bangalore-Mangalore railway line, Sakleshpur to Yedakumeri railway trek offers a magnificent view of green misty hills, milky waterfalls, dark tunnels and old railway bridges over water streams and deep valleys. A few hours walk and the jungle gets thicker. The flat terrain gives way to hills,


    Bisle Ghat Trekking

    Offering the best of Shola grasslands, semi-evergreen jungles, endemic plant and animal life is Bisle Ghat; yet the path to this extravagant display of Western Ghat wilderness is paved with bad roads. Negotiating your way through the thick fern and bamboo semi-evergreen forests that escort you all the way into Bisle, the 24 kilometer stretch


    Hadlu Waterfalls

    Trek through the plantation and forest to reach the cascades of 6 stages of hadlu falls. Enthrall yourself by bathing in the icy waterfalls.

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