Idyllic, serene and sumptuous nature’s bounty, a million shades of green nourished by providence and the network of emerald canals that wind through the land. traditional cottages built in the vernacular style once popular in Kerala. Surrounded on three sides by a matrix of waterways, step lightly, sit back, luxuriate in the beauty that surrounds you, soak in the silence, you are a heartbeat away from paradise.
Located in the heart of the slithering backwaters of Kerala, Alleppey or Alappuzha is often termed the “Venice of the East”. The town is among the oldest planned towns in India and is famous for its several backwater canals, beaches, paddy fields and lagoons. Alleppey is iconic for its houseboats cruises in the backwaters and attracts thousands of visitors each year. With the Laccadive Sea on its west Alleppey is blessed with an abundance of natural flora and fauna and the backwaters and the wetlands make it rich in marine life and resident and migratory avi fauna. Alleppey is also a cultural hub in Kerala since the early Sangam Era (3rd Century BC – 4th Century AD) and was a stronghold of the Chera Kingdom and had trade relations with the Greek and Romans. Alleppey was also one of the spots where St. Thomas the Apostle built the ChurchesMore
Set amidst palms and lush tropical vegetation, traditional air conditioned cottages with canal facing sit outs, built with laterite and wood, elegantly furnished and equipped with all modern amenities. the cottages look out at canals on two sides and are set around a dining area that is open to the surrounding landscape.
Multi cuisine restaurant, designed with features of Kerala’s vernacular architectural style and open to the surrounding landscape on three sides. Serene setting for a meal and serves a menu of traditional Kerala cuisine with seafood being the chef’s speciality. Candle light dinners set beside the canal can be arranged for honeymooning couples and other guests on request.