Hotel Mint Flower the newly started three star facility Hotel at Sulthan Bathery in Wayanad Dist Kerala. Our aim is to redefine the service culture of the hospitality industry and to give the utmost satisfaction to the customer. Located at the heart of Sulthan Bathery town, Hotel Mintflower has the best facilities to offer the weary traveler as well as the business executives. Well appointed suites and rooms, multi cuisine A/C and non A/c restaurants, boardroom, A/C conference hall, ample car parking, lift facility, cordial service staff, Hotel Mintflower is here to capture your heart and soul. A sense of calm, refreshing people, impeccable hospitality, Hotel Mintflower has it all.

Mintflower is located at the heart of Sulthan Bathery town in Wayanad district of Kerala. Mintflower is accessible from the bus station connecting major places like Bangalore, Ooty, Mysore, Kozhikode and Malappuram. The nearest airport and railway stations are at Kozhikode and Bangalore.

With a capacity for 50 people, our boardroom is ideal for small business meetings, company presentations etc. The board room has a state-of-the-art sound system, and you can even avail LCD projectors on hire. So next time you need to conduct your business meeting, think no further, Hotel Mint Flower has the best boardroom in town.

This comfortable conference hall has the capacity to seat 100 people. Best suited for conferences, club meetings etc., the conference hall offers the best sound system. We also provide LCD projectors on hire.

A connossieur's delight, Maria's Lounge the mutli cuisine A/c restaurant will surely tickle your taste buds. The restaurant has a dining capacity for 32 people, ideal for some quiet evenings with your family.

Mint Flower Family Restaurant has a dining capacity for 52 people. This multi-cuisine restaurant has some of the best chefs serving you mouth watering delicacies.

A toast to your taste buds. An exclusive bakery from Hotel Minflower, Mathai's Bakery has a variety of delicious stuff and a perfect coolbar.

Travel Destinations in Wayanad

Thirunelli Temple - 70 Km

Thirunelli Temple (also Tirunelli) known as southern Kashi is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. According to tradition, Lord Brahma was travelling the earth upon Hamsa the swan when he became attracted by the beauty of the area now known as Brahmagiri Hill. Descending in that spot, Brahma noticed an idol set in an Amla tree (gooseberry tree). Brahma recognized the idol as Lord Vishnu and the place as Vishnuloka. With the help of the Devas, Brahma installed the idol and called it Sahyamala kshetra.

Edakkal Caves - 12 Km

Etchings found on the walls of these caves have drawn the serious attention of archeologists and historians worldwide. It is assumed that the Edakkal had been inhabited at various stages in history. A telescope installed by the DTPC that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding country is another attraction.

Jain Temple - 1 Km

This temple is one of the most important amongst a series of ruins spread across the state of Kerala that testify a period of strong Jain presence in this region. Believed to have been built in the 13th century, it served as a Hindu shrine and eventually as an ammunition store for Tipu Sultan's marching armies.

Papanasini

Papanasini means "washes away all sins". According to tradition, Vishnu granted the power of the Papanasini river to wash away all sins as a boon to Lord Brahma, after Lord Brahma installed an idol of Vishnu at Thirunelli Temple. The Papanasini became the purificatory Ganges of the Keralites. The final rites to ancestors, held on the Pindappara rock, became famous as equivalent to Gaya Sreaddham. The story about this rock is fascinating; a demon Paashanabhedi, cursed by Vishnu, repented and asked for deliverance from that curse and He converted him into this rock.

The Kuruva Island - 40 Km

The Kuruva Island with 950 acres of evergreen forest lies on one of the tributaries of the River Kabini. This calm and peaceful island is home to a variety of birds, butterflies and orchids.

Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary - 15 Km

Spread over a vast area, Muthanga is part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Region. It's a rain forest reserve connected to two major sanctuaries-Bandipur National Park in Karnataka and Mudhumalai Wildlife Sanctuary in Tamilnadu.

Pookote Lake - 40 Km

The fresh water lake nested above wooded hills, is the only one of its kind in Kerala. It is one of Wayanad's top visitor draws.

Chembra Peak - 38 Km

At 2100 metres, the spectacular Chembra Peak located towards the southern part of Wayanad is the tallest summit in the region. Climbing this peak is a challenging task and would take a full day.

Phantom Rock - 10 Km

Located close to Ambalavayal town, Phantom Rock, named so because of its skull head shape, is locally called Cheengery Mala. The immediate surroundings offer excellent photo opportunities

Meenmutty Waterfalls - 26 Km

An interesting 2 km jungle trek off the main Ooty Road, Meenmutty is the largest and most spectacular waterfalls in Wayanad. One unique feature is that the water drops about 300 metres over three stages. Another is that this waterfall is the meeting place of three districts…..Wayanad, Nilambur forest in Malapuram district & the Nilgiris district in Tamilnadu.

Kanthanpara Waterfalls - 26 Km

A beautiful waterfall about 30 mtrs in height. Relatively smaller than Sentinel Rock Falls, and rather less frequented Kanthanpara and its surroundings are still worth a visit.

Soochipara Waterfalls - 41 Km

You can reach these breathtaking waterfalls only after a 2-km walk into the dense equatorial forest.

Chain Tree - 40 Km

Legend has it that an Adivasi youth named Karinthandan was instrumental in guiding the British Engineer through the difficult mountain terrain into Wayanad. Eager to take credit for the discovery, the engineer conveniently killed his guide, whose soul, according to the legend, constantly haunted subsequent travellers. It is believed that a priest chained the troublesome spirit onto this tree and hence the name the Chain Tree.

Pazhassi Raja's tomb - 40 Km

One of the earliest to strike the banner of revolt against the British overlordship in this part of India, Pazhassi Raja took refuge in the Wayanad hills, and resorted to classic techniques of guerrilla warfare against the superior British forces. He was downed in a ferocious encounter that took place at Mavilanthode in 1805. Pazhassi's tomb marks the point where he was cremated.

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