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Khushnaz Bungalow,13 - Lillypur,Haddo,Port Blair, Port Blair , 744102 | Show on Map
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Noble homestay is a lovely place to unwind at, on your holiday to the beautiful Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The homestay offers 2 individual rooms with attached bathrooms on level 1 of the home and a service apartment on level 2 with 2 bedrooms, dining and living rooms for a larger group holidaying on the island.
Essential amenities like laundry, internet, etc are provided to make your stay comfortable. Catch up with the host family for meals and tea and know the beautiful local surroundings this island has to offer.
Inform in advance if you would like to have meals at the homestay. Tea is usually served on the terrace with a stunning view of the Port Blair. Air-conditioning is unnecessary due to the architecture of the house which keeps the temperature of the home pretty cool.
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by Swati D on March 10, 2018
Local's call it the captain House. Rooms are cozy and comfortable. It was a pleasure to interact with Noble Family. I was travelling alone and stayed day I landed at Port Blair and on my return from Neil Island. family helped me in planning out the birding trip and added advantage since Shiraj himself is treasurer of the avian club. The night birding was one memorable experience and it was my first time.It was interesting to interact with Tanaz and her kayaking expeditions. You have to tell in advance for food and you get home cooked food which they will share with you in their dining table. They will even mention if food is possible or not hence do check in advance. Port Blair restaurant closes at 9 PM. there is a joint called milky way (walking distance) which opens till 11 PM just in case you miss the 9 Pm deadline. House is at a incline so take care while walking. Go to the terrace and sleep on the hammock and enjoy the view. Mrs Noble has ensured that her house is less of concrete and more of greenery around.
by Danila S on February 9, 2018
We (3 adults) stayed here for 1 night on the recommendation of a family friend before our ferry to Havelock Island. On the positive side, the room was very clean, the beds were comfy and the owner was available to assist us by phone when we called. The overall experience however, was unpleasant. The room was very dark. The house was on a very steep hill, which was difficult for my Mother (who is disabled) to walk into and out of. The Wi-Fi was not working during our stay and was only accessible if you were near the router in the upper floor. The owner was very short with us. We arrived on a 3pm flight which by the time we physically stepped in the door was closer to 5pm. We were not able to settle in or even take our luggage into our rooms before we were told we had to "hurry up" and decide if we wanted a driver to take us to a local tourist spot and to dinner. And also whether we wanted to have breakfast in the morning and what we wanted to eat. She was on the phone as she was asking us and told us if we didn't decide now, it would be "difficult" to arrange for later. In any case we said yes to everything, and later decided not to go to the lit up prison, and had an ok meal at the restaurant that was booked for us. The breakfast the next morning was poori baji for 3 people, which they charged us rs. 600 for and served it late so we didn't have time to sit down and eat properly before our ride to the airport showed up. When I tried to pay the remainder of our invoice the owner was very rude to me about what I owed insinuating I was not paying her enough but she did not give me the correct information in the first place. It was not a pleasant first experience for our first night in the Andamans.
by Olie S on February 5, 2018
Having spent a fair bit of time in India, I far prefer homestays as you actually get a good level of service. Andaman Homestay is a prime example of this. We were greeted at the door by Shiraz and shown to our room. The room and bathroom (and sheets) were clean on our arrival - somewhat of a rarity in India, and proved comfortable for our stay. We opted to have dinner at the homestay which was plentiful and delicious. We really enjoyed interacting with our hosts who were able to recommend nearby sights of interest as well as arranging autos to get there if we wanted. It was a shame we didn't find this place sooner.
by Shadab8 on January 2, 2018
Main Concern: I have been to 10-15 homestays, and all have some guidelines which I am happy to adhere. But the owners should know that apart from shelter and food, peace of mind is an important aspect of vary traveler. We had booked this place for 26th dec, we had informed our arrival in advance. There was some heavy grill construction whose noise made our early stay further tiresome, lasting for more than an hour. . I know its their home but its also a commercial establishment, when everything is charged (which is fair) a decent rest after a long overhaul is what all travellers also seek in default. [Travellers please check in advance] Pros: - Nice cosy rooms - Food is good, all charged, which is normal for homestays. (Thanks to Mrs. Meera) - Middle of ciy Cons: - Place is at steep slope, not recommended for old people.
by khadds on December 14, 2017
Stayed for a day. We were two families. The place is close to airport and cellular jail. Mrs Noble was a wonderful person to interact with. Rooms are nice, neat and clean. Food is cooked by a malyali caretaker. It was nice homely food. I would recommend this place to anyone who wants to have taste of actual portblair.
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