Mysore Bed and Breakfast

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Mysore Bed and Breakfast

Is in an ordinary house, about ten minutes in auto rickshaw from the palace in the centre of Mysore.

So it provides a good balance residing in a quiet residential area with plenty of character, local public gardens, close to numerous tourist attractions and being easily accessible to the Palace and Market at the centre.

We rent out three rooms in our shared home. A stay at the BnB includes a good breakfast (usually fruit, toast, mushrooms, scrambled egg, tea/coffee) outdoor sit-out, living room, guest kitchen, and WIFI. There are fans but no A/c.

It’s very much sharing our home and it’s most P1030966definitely not a hotel. There are sometimes home cooked Indian vegetarian meals available, these are prepared by Manjula but are not included in the price.

We’re ‘family friendly’ with a downstairs kitchen, so you can prepare your own drinks and food, a small library of children’s books and even a separate sleeping area to give more sleeping space for little ones.

Don’t take our word for it, check the reviews on Trip Advisor, left by our wonderful guests.

We’re at no 1 in Mysore and listed as Mysore Bed and Breakfast but do book direct.

Contact us for find out more, you’ll not be disappointed, at

Tours@mycycle.co
0091 9886705179

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  1. Hi Cassie
    thank you for you interest in Mysore BnB.
    We do have a room available on the 21-24th April
    I’ll write via Email with more details.
    Best wishes,
    Stephen

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  2. Hi how do I book my stay? Can you please help me out.Me and my family we would like to visit Mysore for 3 days.

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    1. Thank you for your interest. Go to contact page and complete form. Or write to tours@ mycycle with details of numbers, child/adults, dates and any other details of your requirements. Stephen

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  3. Hi!
    We are a family of 4 (kids aged 13 and 16) we need somewhere to stay for 2 nights from Friday 2nd Feb until the 4th Feb. Do you have room please? thanks!
    Liz

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  4. Hi,
    I am interested to book a room from March 22 to March for a couple.
    Do you have private bathroom and a/c? Thanks

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    1. Hi Juliana, bathroom and separate toilet is shared between two rooms. We don’t have ac just fans but feel that’s sufficient. If you require more details please write to tours@mycycle.co thanks. Stephen and Manjula

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  5. Hello,

    Me and my wife are planning to tomorrow from bangalore on Bike. Is there any room available and what all services are provided ?

    Regards
    Kishan

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    1. Hi Kishan

      There is a room available. More info below. Please reply to confirm if you want or not to tours@mycycle.co thanks Stephen and Manjula
      Mysore Bed and Breakfast 

      Is in a two floor house, in a quiet residential area about ten minutes in auto rickshaw from the palace in the centre of Mysore. 

      We rent out four rooms with double beds. There are two on each floor and there’s an attached toilet shared between each pair of rooms and two bathrooms also shared. There’s lots of communal living space with two lounges, dining area, a small outdoor sit out, downstairs and a roof terrace with plants.  It costs 2000 Rs  per room per night, for two people sharing or 1500 Rs single occupancy. 

      The rate includes a good breakfast (usually fruit, toast, mushrooms, scrambled egg, tea/coffee, although pancakes are becoming a firm favourite) bed, sheets, fluffyish towels, guest kitchen, and WIFI.  There are fans but no A/c.

      It’s very much sharing our home and it’s most definitely not a commercial hotel. There are sometimes home cooked Indian vegetarian meals available, these are prepared by Manjula but are not included in the price. We ask you to decide what to pay for the meal. If its planned ahead we can sometimes provide Indian breakfast. We can also cater for different dietary needs, please let us know in advance.

      We endeavour to be family friendly. The downstairs can be almost self-contained with its own kitchen so ideal for families and with baby sitting on site! We can even now cater for young children on our srirangapatnam cycle tours.

      The team at the BnB are Manjula who holds it all together, Lucie the dog (who is excitable and licks toes but is generally well behaved) and me, the booking clerk. We’re ably assisted by Vasanth who drives the auto and organises transport. The broader team includes our cleaners, gardener and independent drivers.

      To make a reservation just send an email detailing what you require. We don’t ask for a deposit as its all based on trust but we do request you to let us know at least a week beforehand if your plans change so that we can rebook the room.

      For more information about us: Please check 

      Our….

      ~ web site for more info about what we do 
      ‪www.ManjulasMysore.in There’s details of things to do in and around Mysore and our maps!‬
      ~ Facebook page for the most up to date goings on at  ‪www.facebook.com/Mysorebnb‬ 
      ~ story, currently featuring some of our tussles with Indian bureaucracy at ‪www.meandmycycle.com‬ 
      ~ Twitter on meandmycycle 
      ~ reviews on trip advisor,  
        ‪http://www.tripadvisor.in/Hotel_Review-g304553-d2161016-Reviews-Mysore_Bed_and_Breakfast-Mysore_Karnataka.html‬ 

      We hope to help you have a wonderful stay in Mysore and therefore also offer:
      ~ fare’s fair rickshaw rides and tours, no hassle trips around the city on meter or planned tours with price agreed beforehand 
      ~  MYcycle. …. Intimate cycle tours in Mysore (set off from the BnB) and Srirangapatnam or we’ll design one for your particular interests.
      ~ our latest venture which is to publish postcards and of course provide information and advice about places to visit in Mysore and further afield.

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