Kstdc Mayura Valley View
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKstdc Mayura Valley View Madikeri
Located atop a hill, the hotel presents a fabulous view of the Madikeri town as well as the valley on each side. Campus as well as the rooms was spacious and neat. Food is strictly OK. As vegetarians, our options were constrained; however, the town didn't offer any better options either. It's a slightly better fare for non-veggies. The restaurant has a bar too.
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