Dickens Family Colonial History British Raj with staffs


Tipperary Colonial Bungalow was built around 1900 by the family of English Writer Charles Dickens and for a time was the premier club of Yercaud. The luxurious estate is located at the entrance of a working coffee farm and is set on top of a 70 acre working coffee farm. There are also Jackfruit trees, avocado, banana, wild turmeric and peppers which can be consumed in season. Our family has owned this property since the 1970's and we are now glad to share this spot for homestay and adventure activities.

Mist filled Tipperary Colonial Bungalow


As the best rated weekend gateway in Yercaud, Tipperary Estate is nestled with bunch of adventure activities and farmstay experience for the adventure seekers nature lovers. Our newly contructed Tipperary Tree House Stay is approximately 550 Sq. ft. 100 feet above ground level overlooking the stunning valley. The birds chirping and gentle breeze amid trees at that elevation is a heady feeling and if you are lucky you can spot bison. The valley view has to be experienced in the night and the memories will be etched in your mind forever. In overall, our property is absolutely meant for nature lovers and adventure seekers.