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Pottamkulam, Kalaketty, Kottayam , 686508 | Show on Map
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Kalaketty Estate Homestay in Kottayam is a budget accommodation located at a distance of 0.5 km from Adivaram Bus Stand and Martin De Porres Church. This property offers 24-hour front desk service and assistance to its guests.This accommodation in Kottayam consists of 2 spacious rooms equipped with amenities like wardrobe and an attached bathroom with toiletries and hot and cold running water.Kalaketty Estate Homestay in Kottayam also has a travel counter and an open lawn within the premises.
Guests can also avail of additional services like rooms service, medical assistance and laundry. There is an in-house restaurant which serves Syrian Christian delicacies.This property in Kottayam also has a power backup facility.
Cochin International Airport is 91 km and Kottayam Railway Station is 44 km from this accommodation. Major attractions include Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary (60 km) and Vaikom Mahadeva Temple (59 km.)
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by teee407 on February 17, 2018
We spent two nights with Vincent and Anuja during a 6-week tour of India and it proved to be a wonderful unforgettable experience that we would highly recommend. The owners are wonderful hosts and they very generously shared their time and expertise introducing us to daily life at the rubber plantation, the local community and to the wonderful local cuisine. A big thank you from John & Dawn.
by John-Luke C on February 4, 2018
We spent a night with Mr Kurian and his lovely wife, Anuja. We were made to feel very comfortable, in a separate, spacious, cottage. The meals were excellent and a great deal of trouble was taken to prepare numerous separate dishes, typical of Kerala. We learnt so much about India as a country in our conversations and enjoyed enormously the tour of a working rubber plantation and our introduction to bee-keeping. We couldn't have had better hosts.
by Tony G on January 26, 2018
Our home stay with our hosts was one we will never forget. Their warmth, gererosity and genuine wish to share their home and farming lifestyle was an experience we would encourage others to have. The tour of the rubber plantation, seeing the process from start to finish and the visit to the bee farm, along with the exquisite cooking should not be missed.
by Dazeaway2013 on April 7, 2017
I wanted to keep this wonderful place secret, but decided that was unfair to the lovely owners, Kurian and Anuja. From the moment we arrived we loved the place. The guest house with its enormous bedrooms, was delightful. This old building stands apart from the main house, giving privacy, peace and beautiful outlook over the gardens. We stayed for 2 nights, 3 would have been better, as there is so much to do, that I never got time to just sit and read my book. The walk we took with Kurian around the rubber estate was fascinating, as were the interesting visits he organised to the local beekeeper, an old family home, a local monastery and an incredible gramophone museum. All meals were taken in the family dining room surrounded by family photos. Kurian hosted the meals, while the sumptuous food was cooked by Anuja and her incredible chef. We were treated to local food and produce from the estate gardens, all delicious. I can not finish without saying what a delightful couple they were and how privileged we were to be welcomed into their home. Do go and experience this place for yourselves, and I hope it is not booked up next time we are able to visit!
by hearthammer on February 27, 2017
We spent two nights with the owners of this idyllic paradise set in a rubber plantation in Kerala. Our hosts were perfect in their hospitality and friendliness. We were treated to wonderful food throughout served and cooked by their chef of 35 years. An abundance of Keralan dishes which excited the pallette and tingled the taste buds. All meals were taken with the host who was very gracious and interested in sharing his love of the agriculture his plantation grew. The accommodation was huge with a large bedroom, a verandah and a bathroom with shower, all regularly serviced and kept spotlessly clean. The building itself was an old converted building and all the meals were taken in the hosts own plantation house. We were shown around the estate, experiencing rubber tapping, pineapple growing and honey being produced, amongst many other real life, non touristy unusual things. Thank you Kurian and Anuja for this wonderful time with you both.
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