The Dharmasthala Temple management operates ten guest houses all of which contain basic and hygienic amenities and provide Dharmasthala temple accommodation. The guest houses are Ganga, Kaveri, Narmada, Gayathri, Nethravati, Vaishali, Sharavathi, Saketha, Gangotri, as well as Rajathadri. Besides the Dharmasthala Temple accommodation, several private hotels and lodges also provide good quality stay to the devotees.
Here are some things that one should keep in mind while Visiting the Dharmasthala temple in Karnataka:
- The Annaprasadam offered free of cost to all the visiting devotees is a must have for any visitor who wishes to eat at the temple. The meal consists of three courses and the temple serves it in a very hygienic manner. Several small vegetarian hotels are there around the Dharmasthala Temple Complex.
- The cuisine is mainly South Indian but certain restaurants do serve North Indian and Chinese dishes as well.
- The Dharmasthala Temple administration has a strict dress code for both men and women and if one does not follow them, the temple disallows them from entering the Temple premises. Men must remove their shirts and vests before entering the Sanctum. Also, the temple does not allow bermuda half-pants, nighties, as well as miniskirts.
- Children below 2 years of age are not allowed to enter the Sanctum.