Hassan is a district in Karnataka state, India. The district headquarters are Hassan.
Not much is known of the history of Hassan. It was under the control of great Hoysala Empire during 11th to 13th century AD. This was the period when the great temples of Belur and Halebid were constructed. The region of Hassan was also greatly influenced by Jainism and later it became a well-known center of Jain literature. The present-day Hassan is the headquarters of the district by the same name and a convenient base for the tourists visiting Belur and Halebid.
You are on the gate of Hoysala Village Resort. The moment you enter, you realize you have reached an Oasis. ‘Green’ is the word!You are far from the city life and by the time you realize that you are in Karnataka‘s historical heartland – Belur & Helibidu, contemplating all surprises that waiting ahead. Located at an altitude of 957 m above sea level, the Hoysala Village Resort, in Hassan, Karnataka is 194 km from Bangalore, 60 km from Mysore, 120 km from Mangalore.
At Hoysala, after the day’s adventure, suspend your soul to a cozy bed in a room thoughtfully designed to suit your holiday requirements. Each cottage is indulgently spacious, luxurious, and secluded for your ultimate privacy and intimacy. The vintage-style design with bricks and wood has a traditional feel and accented with a contemporary flair. The resort has 30 Superior Cottages and 4 Deluxe Suits.
The activities at the resort would keep your loving and you occupied the entire day to dusk. The resort offers a wide variety of activities to make your stay comfortable.Swimming | Yoga | Smalltime indoor games | Bullock cart ride
A delightful ride from Hassan to Belur.
Cycling is an endurance sport. Quite frankly, it is a pain in the *** - literally and otherwise. But there is something very addictive about it. Consider it an epitome of free spirit, if you will. Hassan to Belur was a 32 kilometer ride and the road was delightfully pleasant with countryside views on both sides. spend time at Chennakesava Temple at Belur.
Those who like a bit of adventure can opt for a trek to the Valley of Clouds in Wayanad. Moderate in nature, expert as well as amateur trekkers both undertake the hike. Usually, a dewy tea garden in Meppadi would serve as your base. Accompanying you on your journey are the aromatic cardamom forests, meadows and other gems of nature.
The resort organizes regular music concerts and shows, and is contemplating the start of regular cultural programmes with local and establishes artists