This property is a restored abandoned mansion, which was a colonial French home. Wide wall arches look into a brick-paved courtyard with abundant potted greens and a couple of tall trees, where a group of small tables with Victorian wrought-iron chairs create the perfect space for delightful al fresco dining. By night, the place is aglow with strategically placed lights and candles on the tables. Tall French doors lead into the lounge that exudes quiet charm with a floral carpet in pastel shades, vintage chairs, and framed wall décor. A partially covered terrace sit-out with muted orange tiles and simple wooden seaters is a cosy space for some friendly chatter with your travel companions. There is an indoor dining area with high wood-panelled ceilings, a wide wall arch, and antique crockery cabinets. The suite is spacious and well-equipped with antique furniture in a mix of dark and honey-coloured wood—tables with Queen Anne legs, a cheval mirror, cyma-curved armoire, and a four-poster bed with finial bedposts.
The Mansion has elegant ensuite rooms with french decor that represent the 18th Century. This is one of the grandest suites in the house. It is resourced with a high and large four poster double bed with comfortable spring mattress to provide comfort to the guests, a wardrobe to keep the belongings, a sitting area with a day bed for the occupants to share cozy chats, and artifacts from the bygone centuries to provide the guests the luxurious feel of belonging to the magnificent past. The free wi-fi keeps the guests updated about everything on what's happening currently across the country. The air conditioner keeps the room cool and dehumidifies the air thus making the ambiance comfortable. The spacious bathroom is equipped with a hot water bathtub. The common areas include the dining areas and the lounge.
Guests are requested to provide valid ID proof at the time of check-in.
The Mansion is in close proximity to the Aurobindo Ashram and many ancient historical churches. The Ashram was founded by Sri Aurobindo in 1926 and is at 15 minutes walking distance only. It is the city of rich culture and Heritage. French cuisines and bakery items carry the travellers to the exotic land. The beautiful beaches beautify this land, visit for fresh breeze and exciting water activities. The churches and other monuments further attract thousands of tourists every year. The city with the charm of Colonial era in the air has authentic vibes. The explorers magnetized by these vibes reach Puducherry and visit these places: Shri Aurobindo Ashram - 1.2 kms Chunnambar Beach - 8 kms Auroville - 13 kms Sacred Heart of Jesus - 3.0 kms Eglise de Notre Dame de la Conception Immaculee Church - 600 meters Eglise de notre Dame des Anges - 280 meters Eglise de Notre Dame des Anges - 400 meters Romain Rolland Library - 750 meters Bharathi Park - 600 meters.
Puducherry Airport - 7.3 kms Chennai International Airport - 149 kms
Puducherry Railway Station - 800 meters Villupuram Railway Junction - 40 kms
Old Bus Stand - 1.6 kms KSRTC bus stop - 3.8 kms