Sakleshpur Resort is a place where time stands still. 24 hours feel like 24 hours and not like a fraction gone by without realizing life around you. Sakleshpur Resort provides a perfect home ambiance and personal attention while still sufficiently spread out to offer every guest their own space without intrusion.
The dining area is at a higher level, amidst the plantation. It provides a scenic and serene atmosphere for a relaxed sit-out irrespective of meal times. Coffee tree furnishings and the sound of wind blowing through trees add to the tranquil ambiance. Our home cooked food, prepared to perfection will leave you with that warm fuzzy feeling of being pampered.
Discover or rather rediscover yourself and your loved ones amidst a setting where the only sounds you hear are of trees, birds, insects and various other forms of life which are exclusive to the western ghats of India, one among the only 24 bio diversity hotspots of the world. Sakleshpur Resort experiences gusty winds and cool breeze almost all days in the year. Anyone staying here will have the chance to witness glorious spring days, a light summer, misty mornings, torrential monsoon and chilly winters.
Sakleshpur Resort finds itself along the beautifully rugged mountains of the Western Ghats (One of the world’s eight biodiversity hotspots) of southern Karnataka.
Climate here is very pleasant and cool and can be visited during any time of the year. Monsoons pour enough rain in this region making the hill station inviting. The snow white mist covering the mountain valleys during mornings and evenings adds to the irresistible beauty. Sakleshpur Resort is with modern amenities, situated 3500 feet above sea level in the Western Ghats, Karnataka, a hill station that was the summer retreat of the former Royals, is about 200 km from Bangalore Nestled in a scenic valley amidst the environs of Mother Nature on a Thirty acre Coffee plantation, Sakleshpur Resort is the perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate in rural surroundings. Take a long walk in the coffee plantation or just kick back and enjoy the distance from urbanization.