The Kedakal is a boutique homestay located within a coffee plantation, 5 kms away from a small town called Suntikoppa. Built in the early 1900’s by our great grand father, the property has been designed keeping in mind its history and tradition, ensuring the conservation of the natural surroundings, at the same time sparing no effort to provide the highest quality of luxury with a unique feel of English county living.
Kedakal previously known as Kedukal, was first owned by British Messrs. The land was cleared of jungle and coffee was cultivated in the year 1900. The ripe ‘cherry’ was pulped by hand power on the estate. The parchment coffee was sent to Tellicherry to be cured and the prepared product was then shipped to England for sale. Pepper vines & cardamom were also found throughout the estate. The process of coffee making has undergone a lot of changes since then but the serene & restful atmosphere around the place remains the same. The property is about 3400sqft above sea level.