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Vythiri Hill Station

Vythiri hill station is a picturesque place located in the sylvan Northern High Ranges of Kerala in Wayanad District. Exclusive, comfortable, refreshing, pollution free and inspiring.


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Acres and acres of lush green land interspersed with perennial streams and rolling hills, at Vythiri, an undertaking of Primeland Holdings Pvt. Ltd. situated near the Pookot Lake, in Wayanad District.

An area that breathes history and legend, Vythiri hill station was the natural choice because of its accessibility beauty and pleasant climate. Rising 2600 ft. above sea level, Vythiri hill station had been a retreat for English planters during colonial times.
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SALIENT FEATURES
The only hill station resort of its kind in Kerala. Spread over 150 acres eco-friendly, designed in the traditional Kerala architectural style. Rope bridge leads to cottages cantilevered over streams. Power off at midnight, lantern lights, the music of nature and the chill of highland caressing anyone to sleep.

Guest facility : Conference facility, Public telephone, Laundry service and doctor on call.

How To Get There

60 Kms from Calicut enroute to Bangalore. 85 Kms from Calicut International Airport 10 Kms from Kalpetta, District Head Quarters Wayanad. 150 Kms from Mysore enroute to Calicut.

General Information

Location
Wayanad District, Kerala
Area
150 sq. Kms
Altitude
2600 Feet Above Sea Level

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