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All reviewschettinad mansiontamil nadusurrounding areaguest houseold mansionbeautiful hotelswimming poolan amazing experiencea special placevillage lifeappammodern facilitiesmakes you feelend of the daycouple of daysfood is excellentsouthern india
Pulled up in front of this place and thought it was a mistake. Turns out to be really good. Food excellent, staff attentive and helpful. We had a great time in the nearby villages looking at some of the old mansions. Definitely recommended.
An unusal but lovely place to stay in what was a sumptuous rich merchants home nicely renovated. Everything is very spacious, clean and well tended. A lovely place to relax after a days sightseeing. It is very expensive and the food a strange mixture of...More
Response from heritage2011, Propriétaire at Saratha VilasResponded 2 weeks ago
We thank you for your valuable comment. We are glad you appreciate your stay.
The price during the Peak season is 9500inr/ night inclusive of taxes (118 euros)
The food is prepared by local chefs who below to families of cooks and follow...More
This guest house is a labour of love by 2 French architects/designers who have renovated and reconstructed an old Chettinad Vila in authentic style. Using updated period furniture and adding some contemporary elements such as an infinity pool they have created a luxury haven for...More
And I was one of them! Took a two-day trip from Pondicherry, and ended up staying for six!!!! Chettinad is an area where wealthy Tamil merchants built mansions, and some of them have been turned into totally unique charming heritage hotels. For us, besides for...More
We loved the hotel architecture and feel and the comfort of the rooms. Such a relaxing and enjoyable area to spend a few days. These wee major plusses. Where we felt the hotel fell down is with the cooking and aloofness of some staff and...More
Response from heritage2011 | Property representative |
Hello, it is possible to have a table separate. It is very flexible. The guests can also come to the common table whenever they want, and there is not fixed timing for diner. Concerning the consumption of alcohol, the rules... More
Hello, it is possible to have a table separate. It is very flexible. The guests can also come to the common table whenever they want, and there is not fixed timing for diner. Concerning the consumption of alcohol, the rules are very strict in Tamil Nadu, it is not allowed to bring alcoholic drinks in the common spaces. Only the hotel with 21 rooms and more can get a licence.