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Family Homestay in the heart of Fort Cochin

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Our Homestay is a newly constructed fully furnished Bed & Breakfast situated in a serene, charming residential area of Fort Cochin with walkable distance to all the tourists’ attractions of Fort Kochi. We are providing an air conditioned room with an attached bath in the heart of Fort Cochin. We are close to the Indo-Portuguese Museum and at a walking distance to the St. Francis Church & the beach.

Le logement
Ours is a European style bath attached house that we let out to guests. The rooms have private entrance and the breakfast served is home cooked. Some rooms have individual front faced balcony on the first floor and also a lovely terrace, suitable for your yoga practice and meditation.

Our Air-conditioned rooms are spacious and are furnished with all basic amenities. The interior is uniquely fashioned. All rooms have two single cot put together to get a complete relaxation for the guest, also we provided extra bed for the extra person. The spacious bathroom is attached and equipped with toiletries.

Accès des voyageurs
The room, the common living space, and the open terrace.

Autres remarques
We arrange:
24 hours Wi-Fi
24 hours hot water
Traditional Kerala cuisine (veg and non veg)
Cooking classes - Kerala cuisine
Laundry services
Doctor on call
Airport pickup and drop
Travel desk

Performing Art show:
Tickets for Katha kali make-up & performance, Indian cultural dance show, Indian classical music concert, Kerala Martial art (kalari paitu)

Yoga
Tourists’ taxi
Ayurvedic remedies
Ayurvedic massage and treatment from government approved treatment centers – hospitals
Our Homestay is a newly constructed fully furnished Bed & Breakfast situated in a serene, charming residential area of Fort Cochin with walkable distance to all the tourists’ attractions of Fort Kochi. We are providing an air conditioned room with an attached bath in the heart of Fort Cochin. We are close to the Indo-Portuguese Museum and at a walking distance to the St. Francis Church & the beach.

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Équipements

Wi-Fi
Espace de travail pour ordinateur
Télévision
Petit déjeuner
Équipements de base
Sèche-cheveux
Parking gratuit dans la rue
Porte de la chambre avec verrou
Indisponible : Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Indisponible : Détecteur de fumée

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Cochin, Kerala, Inde

Kochi is the commercial capital of Kerala and is also crowned as "Queen of Arabian Sea" because of its stunning beauty and charm which will take any tourist by surprise. Kochi is not only famous for its hospitality but also for the finest natural harbor in the Kochi is the commercial capital of Kerala and is also crowned as "Queen of Arabian Sea" because of its stunning beauty and charm which will take any tourist by surprise. Kochi is not only famous for its hospitality but also for the finest natural harbor in the world.

Attractions in and around Fort Cochi

Chinese Fishing Nets/Vasco da Gamma Square
These huge cantilevered fishing nets are the legacy of one of the first visitors to Malabar Coast. Erected here between 1350 and 1450 AD by traders from the Court of Kubla khan, these nets are set up on teak wood and bamboo poles.

The best place to watch the net being lowered into the sea and catch being brought in is Vasco da Gamma square, a narrow promenade that runs along the Beach.
The square is an ideal place to idle with stalls serving fresh delicious sea food and tender coconuts.

Mattancherry Palace(Dutch Palace)
Built by the Portuguese in 1557 and presented to Raja Veera Kerala Varma of Kochi, the palace was renovated in 1663 by the Dutch. On display here are beautiful murals depicting scenes from the epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata, and some of the Puranic Hindu legends. The palace also houses Dutch maps of old Kochi, royal palanquins, coronation robes of former maharajas of Kochi as well as period furniture.

St. Francis Church
Built in 1503 by Portuguese Franciscan friars, this is India’s oldest European church. This was initially built of timber and later reconstructed in stone masonry. It was restored in 1779 by the Protestant Dutch, converted to an Anglican church by the British in 1795 and is at present governed by the Church of South India. Vasco da Gama was buried here in 1524 before his remains were moved to Lisbon, Portugal. The tombstone still remains.

Jew Town
The Maharaja of Travancore and Cochin gave shelter to the Jewish community here after the Moorish Arabs attacked them in 1524 due to their trade monopoly. They were given an area right opposite the Maharajah’s palace, which subsequently became known as Jew Town. It was here, at the end of a narrow cobbled road that they built the Pardesi synagogue in 1568.

Santa Cruz Basilica
This historic church was built by the Portuguese and elevated to a Cathedral by Pope Paul IV in 1558. In 1795 it fell into the hands of the British when they took over Kochi, and was demolished. About a hundred years later Bishop Dom Gomez Ferreira commissioned a new building at the same site in 1887. The church was proclaimed a Basilica in 1984 by Pope John Paul II.

Vasco House
Believed to have been the residence of Vasco da Gama, this is one of the oldest Portuguese residences in Fort Kochi. Built in the early sixteenth century, Vasco House sports the typical European glass paned windows and balcony cum verandahs characteristic of the times.

Synagogue
Constructed in 1568, this is the oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth. Destroyed in a shelling during the Portuguese raid in 1662, it was rebuilt two years later by the Dutch. Known for mid 18th century hand painted, willow patterned floor tiles from Canton in China, a clock tower, Hebrew inscriptions on stone slabs, great scrolls of the Old Testament, ancient scripts on copper plates etc.
Kochi is the commercial capital of Kerala and is also crowned as "Queen of Arabian Sea" because of its stunning beauty and charm which will take any tourist by surprise. Kochi is not only famous for its hospita…

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