We stayed for 5 days at Cozy Nook on Palolem beach. There is no actual road to Cozy Nook, so you need to walk up the beach to get to it - only about a 5 -10 minute walk so not too bad, but don't take anything too heavy and rolling your suticase in the sand is a little difficult! It's the last place at the end of the beach - but it is worth the walk.
We stayed in one of the cottages - we loved it. Bed was comfortable and the huts were decorated with funky Indian furniture. The bed was massive and came with a mosquito net. Upstairs there was a chill out room with a little bed that you could relax on too. The bathroom area was also clean albiet only a cold water shower and bucket to wash yourself with. For c.2500 ruppee a night, i would have thought you would have got a little more for your money, but it was really fun going back to basics for a while. I've gone round the world backpacking a few times now and stayed in similar type accomodation for a fraction of the price, so I'd maybe look around at the different beach huts - there are thousands - before committing to Cozy Nook.
The restaurant at cozy nook is great, my favourite part of Cozy Nook - banana and chocolate pancakes were AMAZING. The service was pretty slow, but once it arrived the food was always really yummy and it was just brilliant being able to have breakfast with you feet in the sand and lying on a bean bag. The restaurant also has wi fi - which is great if you want to get connected to book flights/find your next destination.
Everyone was very chilled out and the atmosphere was great. Palolem is really special. The beach is amazing, with lots of great food and it has a really cool vibe.
- Also Known As:
- Cozy Nook Goa/Canacona