Pepper Grove captures the beauty and vibrancy of spicescented Wayanad in its entirety and provides the ideal base to explore this lush green land. Pepper Grove is an ideal place to stay and reach out to the best that Wayanad can offer. With facilities for relaxed stay and business, the property is close to historic landmarks like the Edakkal Caves and also the wildlife haven – the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary. Accessing places in nearby State of Karnataka is relatively easy from when compared to other parts of Wayanad, especially those interested in going to Mysore or for a visit to the Nagarhole or Bandipur national parks.
An ideal place to relax and rejuvenate, Pepper Grove is equipped with 20 rooms with 16 A/C Deluxe and 4 A/C Premium rooms. You can find all modern amenities and facilities in these rooms which will cater all your needs.
You can find here two conference rooms – Theatre type and U shape. The Theatre type conference room is equipped with 60 to 75 pax and U shape conference room with 40 pax.
Jain Temple : The Jain Temple at Sulthan Bathery is believed to have been built during the 13th century. It design is strongly influenced by the architectural style of the then reigning Vijayanagar Dynasty. At one point in history, this temple also served as the ammunition tore or battery of Tipu Sulthan's army.
Ambalavayal Heritage Museum : One of the best heritage museums in Kerala, it houses artifacts and belongings of the various tribes in Wayanad.
Edakkal Caves (about 12 km from Sulthan Bathery) : One can reach Edakkal cave after a short trek of about a kilometer from Edakkal. The wall art found in these caves that have been inhabited at various stages in history has caught the attention of archaeologists worldwide.
Chethalayam Falls (about 12 km from Sulthan Bathery) : This is one of Wayanad's many splendid waterfalls. It is a lovely place to visit and adventureminded can easily have an enjoyable time climbing up the rocks to the waterfall.
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary (about 17 km from Sulthan Bathery) : Rich in biodiversity, this sanctuary is contiguous to the protected forests of Nagarhole and Bandipur on the northeast in the neighbouring State of Karnataka and Mudumalai on the southeast in the neighbouring State of Tamil Nadu. The sanctuary is managed scientifically with prime importance for conservation and genera lifestyle of the tribals and others who live in and around the forest region.