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We stayed, sadly only for one night, but this was still one of the highlights of our whole trip.
Delightful people, stunning food and location.
The rooms/bungalows are fabulous with all necessary facilities.
You MUST stay here if you're visiting Kerala.
This was the first place that we stayed during our recent visit to India and I have to say it was the best.
It has been said time and again in other reviews but the hospitality of Anu and her family is second to none....More
All I can do is agree with all of the wonderful feedback left by other travellers.... from the moment you drive through the gate to be punted across the backwaters you know this is a magical place. Anu, Mummy & all of the staff were...More
The arrival at this agrotourism residence is by a drive through rural Kerala to a small jetty and a boat ride across the lake to the reclaimed island where it is situated. Your senses are immediately struck by the peacefulness of the place, in my...More
What a remarkable place, cared for by Anumat and her family. The land itself raised out of Kerala waters to form an Island, and produce rice, but now a thriving plantation of Cocoa, Bananas,and Coconuts, as well as growing a wide variety of vegetables and...More
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$10,500 - $14,000 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Definitely worth the effort to stay there. We met an American couple who could only have lunch because the place was fully booked. They were green with envy.