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The Saratha Vilas, built by a wealthy Chettiar merchant in the early 1900s, is a prime example of the luxurious mansion unique to the Chettinad region. The 45000 sq. ft. property, including buildings, courtyards and gardens, has been painstakingly restored, and converted into an eight bedroom heritage hotel by two French architects passionate about the preservation of Chettinad and its history.
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We spent 4 nights in this quiet heritage haven . The brochure in the room gave us all the information needed to explore the magnificent splendour of Chettiar mansions in Chettinad region. The staff were most helpful particularly Mr Sampat, the manager on site who...More
An elegant and beautifully restored heritage property in a pretty village and prettier countryside. Everything is quiet, minimal, and tasteful. We wish we had been able to reserve a longer stay after cycling locally and meeting kind, gracious, hospitable people at village festival.
We stayed here for 4 nights as a family and were made to feel incredibly welcome from our arrival through to our departure. The staff were so kind and attentive, and were brilliant with our two young children. Our room was spacious and stylish and...More
I stayed at Saratha Vilas for two nights while exploring the village it is located in and another nearby one. Saratha Vilas is a beautiful refurbished boutique property, managed by two French architects. The room I stayed in was spacious and comfortable with a large...More
A chateau/villa beautifully converted by Bernard and Michel. Room was splendid, staff were splendid and food was absolutely delicious. Cannot find fault. The whole place was quite Devine and sumptuous.
Thank you for having us.xx
Response from heritage2011 | Property representative |
Hello, it is possible to have a table separate. It is very flexible. The guests can also come to the common table whenever they want, and there is not fixed timing for diner. Concerning the consumption of alcohol, the rules... More
Hello, it is possible to have a table separate. It is very flexible. The guests can also come to the common table whenever they want, and there is not fixed timing for diner. Concerning the consumption of alcohol, the rules are very strict in Tamil Nadu, it is not allowed to bring alcoholic drinks in the common spaces. Only the hotel with 21 rooms and more can get a licence.
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"Rooms 101 and 108 share a large private courtyard with no through traffic!"