Lingambudhi LakeSide Villa-Mysore

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Lingambudhi LakeSide Villa, Mysore – Karnataka

Mysore (Mysuru) is a city situated on the foothills of Chamundi hills in Karnataka. It has always been phrased as the ‘Cultural Capital of Karnataka’ due to richness in its art and culture. ‘Silk’ was first introduced in Mysore when British Government was in administration. Mysore Silk is a famous fabric that is exported across the country and overseas in the present time. Similarly, Mysore Pak and Mysore Masala Dosa are one of the famous delicacies that are served across the country. Mysore is a gateway to several hill-stations, lakes, treks and temples. Ooty and Coorg are one such destination in tourist’s list. Mysore City also has a lot to offer its guests in terms of food, clothing, jewellery and temples.

This villa is a unique property situated just next to beautiful Ligambudi lake amidst the forest on the outskirts of Mysore, 12 km away from the city center. The property provides the essence of peace and solitude, with greenery all around. The interior of the homestay is full of antiques and unique objects which makes it a perfect place for antiquarians. Guests can also stroll by the Ligambudi lake during sunrise and sunset for exhilarating joy and blissfulness. Surrounded by coconut trees all around, this property is a perfect place to spend leisure time with your loved ones and dive into the south Indian livelihood.

The homestay is an independent villa with only 2 rooms, 1 washroom, kitchen and a living area. The place is best for couples, family and group of friends. The host is a local from the Mysore and lives around a kilometer away from the villa. A maximum of 6 guests are allowed in the homestay. The homestay also has a beautiful garden for peace and solitude. Parking facility is also available inside the premises. A perfect place for those who want to work from home. There is dedicated work station indoor and outdoor with hi speed broadband.

Location: Near Lingambudhi Lake
No. of Rooms: 2; Total Capacity: 6

How To Reach

The metro city of Bengaluru is 145 Km away from Mysore. Mysore Domestic airport  is 20km. Mysore Junction is the nearest railway station at 10 Km. Its well connected to nearby cities of Bengaluru, Mangalore and Coimbatore by road through taxi and public transport.


Classic Room: 2700/-
Extra Person: 800/-
Includes: Full functional kitchen.

Note: These tariffs do not apply during festivals and holidays

Child Policy
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (no extra bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (with extra bed)

What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.


WiFi • Parking • Full functional kitchen • Running Hot Water • Open Seating Area • Pet Friendly • Toiletries • Bonfire • Pick and drop service (paid) • Electric Vehicle Charging Station.


As the property is an independent unit for travelers, in-house food is not available. However, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food can be arranged by the host on order basis. A perfectly equipped kitchen is available where guests can cook for themselves. Regular south Indian meals are available in the nearby areas for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Idli, Vada, Upma, Kesari Bath, Bonda, etc. are few such dishes. Mysore styled Dosa is something that one should surely try.


Birding • Reading • Stargazing • Hiking • Village/ City Walk • Lakeside Walk • Shopping • Yoga and Meditation • Cycling • Photography • Biking • Photography

Local Attractions

Lingambudhi Lake • Mysore Palace (7km) • Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens (13km) • Sri Chamundeshwari Temple (17km) • • St. Philomena’s Church (15km) • Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum (15km) • Avadhoota Datta Peetham (11km) • Planet Earth Aquarium (16km) • Railway Museum Mysore (11km) • Seashell Museum (15km) • Kukkarahalli Lake (7.4km)


Venugopala Swamy Temple (30km) • Somnathpur Temple (42km) • Chunchunakatte Falls (57km) • Coorg (118km) • Ooty (125km) • Wayanad (138km) • Coonoor (145km) • Bengaluru (148km) • Madikeri (119km) • Chamarajanagar (60km) • Ramanagaram (96km) • Kabini (59km) • Belur (149km)

Treks:  Mullayanagiri Trek • Bilikal Rangaswamy Betta Trek • Skandagiri Trek • Nandi Hills Trek • Kodachadri Trek • Kunti Betta Trek

Know Your Host

The homestay is hosted by Praveen who is a businessman and has a passion for hospitality. Praveen loves to travel, meet new people coming from different cultures. He also has a passion for music and collecting antiques, such as antique furniture and classic cars. Guests can see few of his collections in the property itself. Praveen is a genuine and polite person who is a good source to learn different aspects of south Indian lifestyle.

You may like to check more  Homestays in Karnataka

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