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Anthraper Estates Pvt. Ltd., Cherthala, Kerala, Alleppey , 688524 | Show on Map
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Anthraper Gardens Homestay in Alleppey offersfree breakfast services. This property is situated 0.5 Km from Boat Jetty BusStop and Alleppey Boat Jetty. The hotel in Alleppey offers a total of 2rooms with amenities like makeup mirror, work desk, television and an attachedbathroom with hot and cold running water facility.
Additional services like air condition,front desk, room service, luggage and laundry are provided for the convenienceof the guest. Anthraper Gardens Homestay offers freeparking facility. Alleppey Railway Station is 3 Km and Cochin InternationalAirport is 82 Km from the premises.
Alleppey Beach (2 Km), EMS Stadium (1 Km), VilanjoorBhagavathy Temple (3 Km), Krishnapuram Palace (49 Km) and Abad Turtle Beach (1Km) are places of attraction around the hotel.
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by Richard L on November 8, 2017
Lengthy conversations and many laughs with our delightful hosts.Thomas has a storehouse of jokes and Omana is a repository of goodwill and cheer. Our lifelong memories will be of natural beauty and human fellowship. Given the flavors of the food and the aroma of frangipani amidst the surprising beauty of the bordering lake, we have memories that will last a lifetime. We hope to go back to Anthraper Gardens before long.
by Krishnan B on September 22, 2017
After a short car ride from Kochi airport, we arrived at the Anthraper Gardens in Chartala. We were welcomed by our hosts Omana and her husband Thomas. The property and its history goes back a few centuries. The accommodation was more than adequate. We had lovely home cooked Kerala meals and Omana and Thomas looked after us very well. Felt sad saying goodbye to them
by bombaybeauty on July 12, 2010
I stayed here in June while traveling through Kerala with a friend. We found the homestay (the Indian term for a bed and breakfast) a charming alternative to staying in a hotel. The family has converted two bedrooms in their ancestral home to B&B rooms. The room we stayed in had magnificent high ceilings and was pleasantly decorated. It had its own bathroom, and was air conditioned. Meal times were a highlight of our stay. A member of the family (or members depending on who is around) join guests for their meals. The food was excellent and typical Kerala cuisine of the type that is perplexingly impossible to find in most hotels. Clean, lively, spicy vegetables, lentils, and rice cooked in a healthy way. The house itself is located with the backwaters on 3 sides. There was nothing more relaxing than sitting on the deeply shaded veranda, reading a book and listening to the rain. The hosts are happy to arrange excursions, with the use of their car (for which they charge a reasonable price). They arranged for an Ayurvedic massage at nearby Ayurvedic clinic. While definitely not a luxurious spa, it was a a relaxing diversion. There is a beach nearby, but given the rain we didn't have a chance to explore it. Overall we paid about Rs 9000 for our one-night stay. So this isn't really a place for a low-budget travelers. But we had a relaxing stay and thought it was worth it. One comment: the house is about two thirds of the way from Cochin to Allepy. It is in a side-street and quite difficult to find. It is a good idea to keep the hosts cell number with you. We had to phone several times to find the place.
by Krishnan B on September 22, 2017
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