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Rosegardens Homestay Munnar - Caring for the Environment and preserving resources for tomorrow

Responsible Tourism

Rosegardens Homestay is a family run homestay in Kerala, located in Munnar surrounded by the natural beauty of the spice plantations . Our goal is to provide our guests with a comfortable and friendly stay, while respecting the environment and the local culture. We use natural resources like solar power, rainwater harvesting, composting waste to generate energy and minimize wastages to give back to this beautiful planet we live on. we are committed to supporting sustainable tourism. 

You can be a part of this too

If you don't have the time, resources, or expertise to make a difference in the world, why not stay at Rosegardens and give yourself the chance to do so?

Stay with us, make a difference!

Eco Friendly Spice Farm

Guest having a Spivr farm tour at Rosegardens Homestay Munnar - Vanilla plant

Experience the quality of freshness in spices used in the food
We grow our own spices and use them in our cooking to make sure that you get nothing but the freshest food. Our meals are made with care using fresh ingredients and cooked with love. 

Our stay here will not only be a refreshing break from the hustle and bustle of life, but also an opportunity to get to know how the Spices are grown and processed

Our commitment to sustainable agriculture ensures that our guests experience the quality of freshness in spices used in our food, contributing to SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) by promoting nutritious and sustainable food production systems.

Home grown Vegetables, Fruits and Coffee

Munnar is known for its tea plantations and aromatic spices. And if you stay with us, you'll get to experience it first-hand. Our homestay is located on an organic spice farm that allows guests to enjoy fresh air and scents of spices from within the house itself! We serve most of the Vegetables and Fruits which are grown locally. We also serve our guests with fresh Home grown and roasted Coffee. 

Garden Grown fresh Banana for the Dinner at Rosegardens Homestay Munnar

By serving locally grown produce and coffee from our organic spice farm, we support SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production) by promoting sustainable consumption patterns and reducing food miles.

Eco Friendly Spice Farm

Guest having a Spivr farm tour at Rosegardens Homestay Munnar - Vanilla plant

Experience the quality of freshness in spices used in the food
We grow our own spices and use them in our cooking to make sure that you get nothing but the freshest food. Our meals are made with care using fresh ingredients and cooked with love. 

Our stay here will not only be a refreshing break from the hustle and bustle of life, but also an opportunity to get to know how the Spices are grown and processed

Eco Friendly Spice Farm

Guest having a Spivr farm tour at Rosegardens Homestay Munnar - Vanilla plant

Experience the quality of freshness in spices used in the food
We grow our own spices and use them in our cooking to make sure that you get nothing but the freshest food. Our meals are made with care using fresh ingredients and cooked with love. 

Our stay here will not only be a refreshing break from the hustle and bustle of life, but also an opportunity to get to know how the Spices are grown and processed

Our commitment to sustainable agriculture ensures that our guests experience the quality of freshness in spices used in our food, contributing to SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) by promoting nutritious and sustainable food production systems.

Biogas plant for Cooking gas & Manure for the Garden

Mr. Tomy standing besides the Bio Gas plant installed at the Rosegardens Homestay

We have taken steps to minimize the wastage by using natural resources to generate Bio-Gas energy and reduce our Carbon footprints. The plant produces biogas that we use for cooking food, as well as manure that we use for plants. This reduces dependency on fossil fuels and makes our homestay a safe place to live in.

Our utilization of biogas energy and organic manure from our biogas plant not only reduces carbon footprints but also contributes to SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) and SDG 13 (Climate Action) by minimizing reliance on fossil fuels and promoting renewable energy sources.

Powering the future with solar energy

At Rosegardens Homestay, we are taking active steps to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. We have a solar energy system that heats up cold water in the Sun and store the hot water in the flask and is supplied to our home. Our implementation of this technology has eliminated the need for fossil fuels and eliminated all pollution from our home.

Hot water - Solar water heater at Rosegardens Munnar

Our solar energy systems supports SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) by reducing our dependency on traditional energy sources and contributing to a cleaner environment.

Solar Energy used by Rosegardens Homestay supporting sustainable tourism

We are making a difference

The house is powered by solar energy and the excess energy generated is put back into the local electricity board's grid, which supplies power to other homes in the surrounding area.

By powering our house with solar energy and contributing excess energy to the local electricity grid, we support SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) and SDG 9 (Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure) by promoting sustainable energy practices and infrastructure development.

Say no to plastic at Rosegardens Homestay Munnar

Reduced use of Plastic

We are also proud to be one of the few homestays in Kerala who say no to plastic - we use reusable utensils and eco-friendly products for our cooking. Additionally, we offer locally sourced dairy products and produce from our organic garden - all organic ingredients are sourced within 50 km radius of our property.

We also have locally grown organic honey, vegetables and fruits from our garden that can be bought on demand from us or harvested on your own during your stay.

Our commitment to eliminating single-use plastics supports SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production) by promoting sustainable consumption patterns and reducing plastic pollution.

Fresh spring water at Rosegardens Homestay Munnar

 Water from Natural Spring

As we live between the Cardamom plantation and hills there is unlimited water source from the spring. We use the Spring water for the house and farm. During the Summer we face a shortage which is why we have made a rainwater harvesting pond where 6,00,000 litters of water is stored for irrigation of the farm.

Our use of natural spring water and rainwater harvesting techniques aligns with SDG 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation) by ensuring access to clean water sources and promoting sustainable water management practices.

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