Welcome to PN Heritage



The aroma of brewing coffee, the strong flavor of spices simmered in chicken curry. The whispers of the wilderness whizzing around the cottage, PN Heritage offers a window into the natural beauty of Coorg.

Cozy Confines

The rooms are motifs of the spice legacies of Coorg. A gang or a duo, there’s room to accommodate all.

In Our Vicinity

About Coorg

Plan your holiday in Madikeri, Coorg, also popularly known as Kodagu. This quaint hill station in Karnataka has been popular with tourists since the time of the British Raj. Madikeri is situated 252 km from Bangalore and 40 kms from PN Heritage. It has surrounded by the mesmerising mountain ranges with the soothing waters of the Cauvery River flowing from the hilly area nearby. It is predominantly a coffee growing area and locally referred to as Mercara. Coorg lies on Karnataka's south western end, covering an area of 4,102 sq km. Talakaveri, from where the Cauvery river originates, Nisargadhama, a man-made island and a favoured holiday resort, Iruppa and Abbey Falls, Nagarhole National Park, Dubare Elephant Camp are worth exploring and an adventure destination to trekkers and wild life enthusiasts. The Kodagu district comprises of different communities - Kodava, Tulu, Gowda, Moplah out of which the largest is the Kodava community. Coorg or Kodagu (originally called Kodaimalenadu) means 'dense forest on steep hill'. Dubbed as the Scotland of India, this town has a lot to offer to the tourist. There are many versions behind the origin of the name Kodagu. According to the Puranas, Kodava is the redefined name of Krodhadesa, meaning 'Land of Anger', said to have been inhabited by the Kodava tribe. While for some, it is believed to have been named after the River Cauvery, where 'kod' means 'give' and 'ava' means 'mother' - which means Cauvery is the 'mother to the people'. Few believe the name originated from the Kannada kudu which means 'dense forest' on a steep hill. It is said that the history of Coorg dates back to as early as 888 AD. The kingdom was ruled by many dynasties, starting with Gangas of Talakad, Kadambas, Cholas, Kongalvas, Changalvas, Hoysalas and Nayakas. Information on its early history has come primarily from the various inscriptions on stone and copper plates of 9th - 10th century, Lingaraja, the erstwhile ruler of Coorg was known for his valour and might and he had also rebelled against the British rule.

Sight Seeing And Trekking At Madikeri

Madikeri has an array of sightseeing spots for you to enjoy and a variety of activities too. There is the Madikeri fort which was built in the 19th century and consists of a palace, chapel and prison. The fort overlooks the town, and the view is almost breathtaking in the night. Then there is the Raja’s Seat. It is believed that all the Kings in the vicinity of the Kodagu region would come and spend their free time here. Tourists throng this particular spot to watch the sunset in the evening. The Abbey falls is a popular picnic spot. Bhagamandala is a temple that is built at the junction of the Cauvery, Kanika, and Sujyothi rivers. It has a number of shrines all built under one roof. There is also the Talacauvery, which is a very sacred spot as the Cauvery river is known to have originated from here. Nisargadhama is a very serene picnic spot. Madikeri and its surroundings are known for some great trekking paths and some of them include Tadiandamol peak (the highest in Coorg), Pushpagiri, Brahmagiri, and Nishanimotte and many more. Dubare forest and elephant camp include the river rafting camp is just 20 kms away from our homestay. Other tourist attractions include Buddhist Golden temple and Harangi dam.