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Book Homestays in Alleppey (Alappuzha)

Alappuzha, also called Alleppey, is a popular tourist destination in India. It’s hugely popular among travellers for its lovely backwaters, houseboat cruises, spectacular landscapes dotted with coconut and palm trees, and the captivating Alappuzha Beach along the Laccadive Sea coast (or the Lakshadweep Sea). The culture of Alappuzha is another attraction for travellers visiting this place. The travel experience in Alappuzha gets exciting and even more memorable with holiday homes here. Homestays are among the most popular choices of accommodation for tourists and travellers.

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Benefits of Booking Alappuzha Homestays

Apart from a pleasant stay, these lodgings offer ample insight into the local culture of Alappuzha. Here are a few more reasons which compel travellers to choose homestay accommodation over other traditional choices.

Homestays with Stunning Lake Views

Alappuzha has some of the most popular lakes such as Vembanad and Punnamada Lakes. There are numerous homestays located near these lakes in Alappuzha. Unlike traditional hotels, from where you might have to travel to get just a glimpse of the popular lakes, these holiday accommodations offer spectacular views of the lakes right from the rooms. You can find stunning properties near Vembanad Lake as well as around Punnamada Lake.

Boat rides in the backwaters of Alappuzha are delightful and very enjoyable experiences.  Kuttanad, also known as the ‘Rice Bowl of Kerala’, is a popular countryside town in Alappuzha famous for its vast swathes of paddy farms. While you are living in a homestay near the lakes, you have access to kettuvalams (snake boats) and houseboats to travel to Kuttanad.

Experience Local Culture at Homestays

The local culture can be best experienced at these rental properties since most of these are private properties located in residential areas. Some of the prominent localities in Alapuzzah are Chennaveli, Mullacka, and Thathampally.

Living here among the locals, provides travellers with the rare opportunity of being a part of festive celebrations like Onam and Ugadi. Other popular festivals here are Navarathri, Chirappu Mahotsavam, and Thaipooyakavadi. These are occasions when travellers can experience the joy of celebrating with the locals.

Relish Homemade Local Delicacies at Homestays

Kerala’s cuisine has a rather distinct flavour. It’s marked by the generous use of coconut and indigenous spices. Some of the popular dishes from Kerala are Idli, Sambhar, Rasam, and Appam among others. Unlike traditional hotels, food at homestays is prepared by the locals, who naturally use local ingredients, thereby giving the food a unique and authentic flavour. This makes your trip to Alappuzha a gastronomic delight as well!

Sadya, a full course Kerala meal served on a banana leaf is also popular in Kerala. While you are here, don’t forget to sample it.

Toddy is a popular alcoholic beverage prepared from palm sap. Do try this while you are in Alappuzha.

Homestays have Multiple Bedrooms

Unlike traditional hotels, where the maximum number of guests allowed are two, homestays can easily accommodate two to twenty guests at a time as they have multiple bedrooms. This ensures that you can have a great time with family or a large group of friends. These accommodations are well furnished and equipped with essential amenities such as TV, refrigerator, coffee maker, etc.

Best Locations to Find Homestays in Alappuzha

Some of the popular localities in Alappuzha where homestays can be found are Cullen Road, Cherthala, Manancherry, Muhamma, Mararikullam, Thathampally, and Vazhicherry.

Mararikullam is a popular beach village in Alappuzha and is known for the Marari Beach. The proximity of the village to the beach makes it an ideal location to rent a holiday accommodation.

Cullen Road (in Vazhicherry), a popular spot in Alappuzha, has some of the best vacation rentals. The popular Alappuzha beach is about two kilometres from here. Alternatively, Thathampally—which is located about three kilometres from Vazhicherrry—is another location dotted with lovely lodgings.

Cherthala, a town in the district of Alappuzha, has gained popularity over the last few years as it has become increasingly urban. Homestays here combine the quirkiness of the countryside and the elegance of urban life.