Sprawled across 2.5 acres of well-landscaped gardens, cool avenues of swaying palms, and the shores of the boundless Arabian Sea, this modern cottage is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. The cottage stands conspicuously as you drive down the highway to this seafront property. Bounded by old-fashioned compound walls and beautifully landscaped lawns, the architecture is typically modern yet imbibes a few influences of the yesteryears, portraying a sense of unhurried elegance. The lobby with its roof shaped like Vasco Da Gama's cap and high ceiling—is warmly welcoming. A sparkling pool sits amidst a paved deck and a thicket of garden palms and lush Ashoka trees, and provides the perfect setting to gather around for a party with your entire group as it comes with ample loungers, dinettes, and beach umbrellas. With the tempestuous waves of the majestic Arabian Sea lashing its walls, this cottage is an ideal getaway for a romantic sojourn. This is a twin accommodation that comes with hotel-worthy furnishings, a homely pair of cushioned chairs, a dresser, and a mini refrigerator. The en suite bathroom is well-appointed.
The living spaces are divided into large, airy and high-ceiling twin-story independent units evenly spaced and all complimented with balconies/sit outs facing the beach. The old-fashioned extra-large double-rooms on each floor with optional air-conditioning are tastefully appointed with period furnishing and en-suite bathrooms. Mod-cons such as Cable TV and internet connectivity and graciously hospitable room-service are added attractions.
Hair dryer Swimming Pool Superior quality toiletries Satellite Channels Fitness Centre Children play area Wifi in rooms Electronic safe deposit locker Indoor /outdoor games Assistance in beach & sight seeing Coffee/tea maker Iron/ironing board Open air lawn Beer & Wine parlour Money changer Backwater cruises Deep sea fishing
Travel assistance is available Pick up and drop off on request Car rental is available
Kozhikode is a beautiful city located in the state of Kerala near the Malabar Coast. This place is also known as Calicut and has played a very important role in the Indian history. Being an important point for eastern spice trade during the Middle Ages, it was fondly called the "City of Spices". Today it stands out as one of the most visited tourist spots because of its portrayal of gorgeous nature along with outstanding human creation. Recently in 2012, the place was tagged as "City of Sculptures" as various sculptures are located in the city. Places to visit: Thikkoti Light House Beypore Kappad Beach Kozhikode Beach Vellarimala Payyoli Beach
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