About JappadhKallu Homestay
Jappadh kallu is a premier Home Stay amidst the lush greenery of Western Ghats in Hassan District of karnataka. Situated at a distance of 250 kms from bangalore and 150 kms from Mysore, its a perfect heaven or a weekend getaway from the hustle bustle of city life.
Rejuvenate your senses with the peaceful and serene surroundings of jappadhkallu homestay. Jappadhkallu is surrounded by evergreen forest, paddy fields, streams, etc giving a marvellous view.
Jappadhkallu Home Stay provides you with clean and well furnished rooms, large area for various activities around the home stay to make your experience a memorable one.
@ Jappadhkallu you can hear the chirping of exotic birds, smell the fragrance of wild flowers, taste locally grown coffee, go for a nature or plantation walk, breath fresh air, feel the clouds at nearby mountain peaks, or indulge in the games & activities conducted by home stay or jut simply relax and enjoy the silence of the surroundings.
We offer variety of packages for stay at Jappadhkallu and also arrange for tours to in and around historical places. We are committed to providing genuine service, Malnad cuisine as well as a variety of activities using sustainable method to create a quality experience for our guests in a natural environment.
Manjarabad Fort was built by Tippu Sulthan in the year 1752, it is situated at a distacnce of 7km from Sakleshpur town, at the height of about 3,240 feet above the sea level.
Bisle Reserve Forest
Bisle is a small village in sakleshpur taluk of hassan district. It is one of the most beautiful rainforests of india. It is famous for the views of valley and mountain peaks.
Monolithic soapstone or Chloritic Schist was used for the construction of these temples. The walls of the temple are covered with endless depictions from Hindu mythology.
Angadi is believed to be the original home of Hoyasalas who held sway in vast swathes of South India. The shrine has pillars of granite with cylindrical shafts and hemi spherical mouldings.
Charmadi Ghat is in Mudigere taluk of Chikkamagaluru. It is one of the points in Western ghats through which motorable road passes connecting Dakshina Kannada & Chikkamagaluru.
“Sri Kshetra Horanadu” is situated on the banks of river Bhadra in a remote corner of Chikkamagaluru, surrounded by the forest, green lands, and natural beauty of the Western Ghats.
Kalasa is a holy temple-town located in Chikkamagaluru district in Karnataka. Kalasa is home to the Kalaseshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Kalasa is considered as Dhakshinakashi.
Agrahara Adi Subramanya Temple is situated 2 kms from Gonibeedu hobli and was built by Vijayanagara ruler Harihara. It was renovated during the Hoysala reigns.