Cardamom House is an Eco-Farm / Homestay located at
Athoor Village near Dindigul in Tamilnadu
(India). It is located on the banks of a 400 acre lake,
surounded by the hills on all sides and is approachable by a 2
kms dirt road.
House is owned and managed by a retired Londoner who after a
few trips to India decided to settle in here and after a few
visits by his friends has now opened this treasure to other
select guests as well.
House has a lot of firsts to its credits. Its probably the
first of its kind eco-farm. It is a kind of model for rural
tourism as it employs local villages and have trained them to
work wonders with meals and hospitality. It attracts and
supports responsible tourism that co-exists and thrives in
harmony with local population and nature.
"Cardamom House" has already developed a reputation amongst its numerous regular visitors, for its tasty
cuisine. It has even been asked to produce a cookbook. It includes dishes from many parts of the world
both Veg as well as Non-Veg. All ingredients used are completely fresh and purchased once or sometimes twice daily from local markets.
are recommended to stay for at least 2 nights. However there
are guests who stay for as long as 3 weeks.
Kodaikanal : 105 km, Dindigul : 5 km; Madurai -
66 km, Karur (approx) - 100 km and Salem
(approx)- 200 km, Coimbatore (approx) - 150 km.
to Access: Dindigul is a sort of a mid-way on the
Coimbatore - Karur - Salem and Madurai - Karur - Salem Route.
House can be visited as a standalone destination as well as a
part of larger South India