2 Nights & 3 Days @ Rs 7000/person
A Foodies Paradise At The Best Homestay Of North Kerala.
This Heritage homestay in Kasaragod is a tropical home nestled between dense areca nut plantation and only 5 minute drive from the banks of Chandragiri River. Step in and be mesmerized by the charm of this heritage home with its traditional swimming pool ( Kolam). Surrounded by gnarled old trees this beautiful heritage homestay is an aura of peace and tranquility. Experience a luxury of a bygone era. Built with age old vedic architectural methods (vastu shastara), this heritage homestay blends in beautifully with this tropical surroundings. Thalathoor heritage house was rebuilt in the early 1900′s and is home to members of the Kodoth family. The family lineage here dates back more than 200 years . This heritage home has lovingly been converted into a pioneer eco-friendly homestay in the Kasargod district of Kerala.
A walk around this beautiful property will give you a chance to discover its hidden treasures. Seeped in one hundred and twenty years of history, this house has been maintained in its original form and is a great place to relax. You can beat the heat by taking a dip at a fully operational traditional bath (Kolam), which is home to variety of fish and also boasts of its very own resident turtle.
This homestay is by far the most unique and enchanting places to stay while in Kasaragod. This hundred year old house hidden among st coconut plantation exuberates luxury from a bygone era. The true star of the show are its residents Dr Nair and his better half Shyamala Nair(aunty). The culinary experience at this heritage homestay is truly a one of kind. Let Shyamala aunty take you on this culinary journey through time, as she dishes out these tasty recipes from her magical cook book. The best way to describe the experience provided at this homestay is “The feeling when you are on a holiday and your grandma pampers you with yummy food and lots of love”… its priceless.
Kasaragod is the northern most town of Kerala and a melting pot of different cultures .This beautiful landscape has something to offer to everybody. Explore Kasaragod with a local guide as he takes you on a guided tour starting at the Kasaragod Saree Weaving center. A visit to this weaving center will transform you to a fascinating world of colours, tradition and designs. It is indeed an interesting experience to witness the traditional way cotton is spun into yarn, and the various dyeing and weaving process which eventually results in the beautiful Kasaragod Saree. Let your senses go on over drive as we walk through the busy streets and see some local produce of the Kasaragod market .
Need a lesson in history ? Get a chance to witness the a 2000 year old dance form ( theyyam ) of north Kerala. Theyyam performers, with their unique colorful costumes, headgear’s and intricate facial art befitting local deities, inspire awe and devotion among people watching. Dont forget to visit the Malik deenar Mosque. Built in 642 AD, which happens to be just 8 years after the death of prophet Mohamed! this mosque is a testament Islamic history in Kerala . Built in a unique kerala architecture, this mosque is one thousand years older than the famous Taj Mahal and also the last resting place of the 1st Muslim of India “Malik Ibn Dinar”.
Mangalore Airport Air : The closest airport is the Mangalore International Airport , which is about 85Km from Kasaragod town. A pick up and drop can be arranged on request. >>>>>>Click for flight tickets<<<<<
Kasargod StationRail : The railway station is located just a few kilometers from the heart of town, and is well networked across all major cities in India. Click for train tickets <<<< Kasargod Train Timings <<<<
Drive to Kasargod:
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