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Rosetta by Ferns Sakleshpur

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    Resort
    4 star
    India
    Sakleshpur
    Survey Number #81/82, Dindighatta Village, Palya Post, Alur Taluk, District – Hassan, Karnataka 573218
    Sakleshpur
    1 nights

    A bespoke plantation paradise

    Nestled in a 100-acre coffee plantation, Rosetta by Ferns Sakleshpur is a home away from home.

    It is the perfect blend of nature, steeped in modern luxury with a touch of traditional elegance of the Malnad region.

    Enjoy a 3-hour cruise through the newly constructed Bangalore-Mangalore highway to reach this blissful location.

    Stay

    Hidden away amidst the expansive coffee plantation, 125 spacious suites and villas dot the lush grounds of the resort.

    Breathtaking views enhance expansive living spaces designed to meet your every need.

    Come, experience the signature Rosetta by Ferns luxury at every step.

    Dining

    Luxury for us in dining is in being seasonal, farm-to-table fresh, personalized and locale inspired.

    Indulge in an exquisite culinary voyage, from the best of local heritage cuisines to favourites from around the world.

    Amenities

    Retreat into relaxing spa sanctuaries overlooking lush green paddy fields.

    Enjoy a lazy evening in the swimming pool, perfectly paired with culinary delights, while your children revel in the pool’s slides.

    Come, rejuvenate your body, mind and soul.

    Hotel Amenities
    •  Laundry
    •  Swimming Pool
    •  Restaurant
    •  Free Wifi
    •  In Room Dining
    •  AC Rooms
    •  Free Parking

    Pricing

    Weekday prices starts at 14,000 Rs INR /NIGHT (Full Board)

    Weekday prices starts at 16,000 Rs INR /NIGHT (Full Board)

     

    ***For best price contact us

    Policies of Rosetta by Ferns Sakleshpur

    Amenities of Rosetta by Ferns Sakleshpur

    • AIR CONDITIONING
    • COFFEE
    • COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST
    • CONFERENCE ROOM
    • DOORMAN
    • ENTERTAINMENT
    • FIRE PLACE
    • FITNESS FACILITY
    • FREE PARKING
    • FRIDGE
    • HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
    • HOT TUB
    • PICK AND DROP
    • PLAY PLACE
    • ROOM SERVICE
    • SECURE VAULT
    • SUITABLE FOR EVENTS
    • SWIMMING POOL
    • TELEVISION
    • WI_FI
    • WINE BAR
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    Things to Do

    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

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    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

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    Pandavar Gudda

    This place is beautiful for photography. Blazing sunrise and sunset gives a marvelous amount of happiness. Its a photographers paradise since we can valley of hills next to one another. The giant Jenukal Gudda is next to this Pandavar Gudda. Air distance to Jenukal is very near and want to reach there a full fledged

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    Agni Gudda

    The “Agni Gudda” or Parvat as you would have guessed by now means “Fiery Mountain” for legendary volcanic activities in this region. This location has been an all-time favorite with the youths from Bangalore for trekking, and outdoor camping. The mountain provides a great view of the surrounding rice terraces and a good spot for

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    Holy Rosary Church Shettihalli

    Shettihalli is a small village, about 22 KM from Hassan. The Church is located about a couple of KM after the village on the Hemavathi river bed in Gorur reservoir. A beautiful architecture, but it is already ruined seriously. Some walls are already washed off. It does not look like it would survive many more

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