Located around 1000 m above the sea level, at the foothills of the lofty Western Ghats, Rajakkad Estate is an ideal retreat for tranquility seekers. Constructed in the 18th century, this wooden structure has 7 plush nicely-decorated rooms and a small well-maintained garden. Lying amid the grand Palani hills, verdant forest and lush coffee estates, Rajakkad Estate is a rich architectural heritage of the region. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee while the cool air brushes past your face. Jazzy lights and modern furniture are the highlights. The hotel also comprises of 3 open courtyards and a library. The food served to the guests is prepared from fresh ingredients and supplies from the estate's organic farm.
Built in the 18th century, Rajakkad’s Pallam Palace is a wonderful specimen of Southern vernacular form of a puzzle of wooden parts, taking a cue from traditional Kerala home-style building. This grand property glows vibrantly in the style, looking less a hotel and more of a carefully decorated home. Made up of eco-friendly materials, this was actually a home at some other location that was dismantled and after relocation, its 26000 pieces were brought here that was put together.
Keeping the focus on comfort, Rajakkad has kept the accommodation minimalistic and authentic. There are 7 huge bedrooms that comprises of attached bathrooms and an Alma bedroom along with an extra bed for young children. All the rooms have an access to the property’s main courtyard. The bedrooms are even connected to the garden through its private entrance. The wooden interior match well with black oxide flooring and white walls. Special carpets have been brought in from Samarkand. The furniture is modern and stylish. Have a good night’s sleep with lavish quilts, deep pillows and huge comfortable beds with fine cotton sheets. Attached bathrooms come with a pearly finish and special white towels. Lampshade, hanging lights and cushions are some of the decorative pieces. Following are the segregation of the rooms:
Room 1: Kokkupara
With an opening to the property’s lush garden, this delightful room offers nice views of the surrounding area. Queen sized bed is offered here. This room comes with a bathroom that has a pearly tone and light furnishings.
Room 2: Nainamalai
With a view of the surrounding hills, this deluxe garden room comes with a garden opening. A choice of twin or a king size bed is offered. Block oxide floor gives an elegant look to the room.
Room 3: Athukkadu
A warm room that comes with bathroom offering a view of the garden. The opening leads to the garden with huge stone steps, down till the river. Sleep well in queen size bed. Vibrant furnishings offer a superb contrast to the white lacquered wood.
Room 4: Poolathur
This spacious deluxe room is decorated with sober colours complimented by a colourful Samarkand carpet. Two wooden carved pillars frame the access to the garden and the view of the hills. Twin or king size configuration.
Room 5: Kanalkadu
A comfortable room overlooking the coffee trees sloping down into the forest. Lush green grass takes you from your door step to an individual terrace wrapped around a wild fig tree. The perfect spot to relax and read. Twin or king size configuration.
Room 6: Kattaikadu
Coming with a king size bed, this room offer completed comfort, discretion, and a lovely view of the rose garden. Deep pillows and a luxurious mattress offers a good night’s sleep.
Room 7: Pullaveli
An all-white bathroom, warm furnishings and fine cotton sheets are some of the highlights of this room. Guests have an option of twin or king size bed. Golden bamboos outside the room look stunning.
At Rajakkad, guests can relish contemporary gourmet cuisine prepared from fresh quality ingredients. There is an in-house organic farm that supplies ingredients including vegetable and fruits to the kitchen. The main cuisine here is South India with Mediterranean touches. The expert chef prepares some most lip-smacking hummus, ginger lemon cake and South Indian curries. During breakfast, guests can opt for an Indian and a Continental breakfast. Coffee is another specialty. Relish light snacks at all hours. During dinner, relish something new every day, including a starter, main course and a dessert. You can relish your meal either in the dining room or at some of the tree-shaded terrace.
Distance From Airport100 km
Distance From Station44 km
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