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After reading some of the negative reviews I was a little concerned about staying here but now I am glad that we did! It is true that the rooms are old and the plumbing is a little threadbare but it all worked and we didn't...More
We spent the first night of our two week holiday in Kerala at The Old Lighthouse. Ann Mary had kindly organised a taxi to meet us at the airport and this arrangement worked well.
Our room was spacious, comfortable and elegant, with lovely views over...More
Four friends stayed here after four weeks travelling and birding in South India. We were just looking for a rest before the long trek back to the UK.
The location of The Old Lighthouse is very good. Very convenient for walking about Kochi. And just...More
Quaint, tasteful, well-run and conveniently located on the coast in central Fort Kochi, with stunning sunsets. Our pre-paid taxi ride from the airport during a mid-day weekday took about an hour; taxi cost: $20.
This hotel's staff is professional, courteous, available, responsive and friendly. Rooms...More
A quaint and comfortable place, well-located on the coast. Stunning views of ocean sunsets daily, along with sporadic passings of local fishing boats.
Staff is very courteous, positive and professional. Sreenath is especially warm - providing helpful guidance through the robust south Indian breakfast choices...More
There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a... More
There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a local fisherman and taken to a sidewalk shack which cooked it as per our choice (for a charge of courde)
The spice market is where you can buy fresh spices at wholesale rates as well as pre-packaged masalas for cooking along with attached recipes. Any rick driver will gladly take you there.
There are also several important churches around as well as the Jewish quarter.
My suggestion is that you look at the Things to do section of Fort Kochi on Tripadvisor.
Have a great holiday!