The architecture is best suited to the local climate incorporating natural heating processes. The floor tiles used are made individually by artisans from a remote village in Tamil Nadu, with an endeavour to encourage their artistry. Nestled amidst vast coffee plantations of Coorg, a perennial stream flows through it. Pepper corn vines embrace the stately silver oak trees and fruit and flowering trees grow in abundance making the homestay a haven for birds and butterflies.
Some of the tourist attractions are Abbi Falls (11 km) and Shree Ardhanareeshwara Temple (16 km), Mandalpatti, Chelavara Falls, Kotebetta and Rajas Tomb (Gadhige).
Distance from Mangalore airport is 151 km and distance from Mysore railway station is 118 km and from Stuart hill bus stand, Madikeri is 8.8km.