The SpaceIs extremely spacious and has a lot of trees around and neighbourhood is quiet. The atmosphere is very private: perfect for both families and couples. One can find beautiful folded hills across the horizon. The climate is pleasant throughout the year. The clean and homely interiors foster a very conducing and peaceful environment.
It is a perfect weekend getaway from the humdrum corporate life of Bangalore. Interaction with GuestsLet us know of any extra services you might require. In the past we've helped arrange camp-fire, barbecue and other cool services for our guests. We would love to help you out! :) The NeighborhoodFrom Wikipedia:
Sultan Bathery, previously known as Sultan's Battery, is a town and municipality in Wayanad district of Kerala, India. This town was part of Kidanganadu Village, which got its name because the presence of the Kidangans the tribes. It is the Taluk headquarters of Sultan Bathery. It lies on the Kozhikode–Kollegal National Highway (NH 766) 98 km from Kozhikode. It is 115 kilometers from Mysore and about 100 kilometers from Ooty. It is also connected with Nilambur.
Sulthan Battery is situated at about 930 metres above mean sea level. One can find beautiful folded hills across the horizon. The climate is pleasant throughout the year. The town is the centre of tourism in Wayanad District.
Some other places of interest nearby:
RARS: The Regional Agricultural Research Station is located in Ambalavayal town is part of the Kerala Agricultural University. This station conducts research on spices, tropical and sub tropical fruits, vegetables and hill paddy. RARS also have a nursery with a large collection of rare roses and ornamental plants. Visitors can purchase seeds and saplings at the sales counter.
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary at Muthanga is rich in flora and fauna. The vegetation is predominantly moist deciduous forest with small stretches of swamps, teak forests, bamboo and tall grass. Also jungle cats, panthers, civet cat, monkeys, wild dogs, deers, spotted bears, bisons, gaurs, cheetah, wild bears, peacocks, owls, jungle fowls, woodpeckers, babblers, cuckoos can be seen here.
Edakkal Caves: Three caves are located at a height of 1000 mts on Ambukuthi mala near Sulthan Baterhy . The caves can be accessed only by a 1 km trekking trail from Edakkal.
Thovarimala: 5 km from Sulthan Bathery; one can go trekking 400 m (1,312 ft) to reach Thovarimala Ezhuthupara where one can see stone age pictorial writings on a rock.