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What a charming place hosted by delightful people. The cottages are immaculately clean and smell divine. You are poked across the water to the farm where it is impossible not to relax and feel at home. The farm walk is very good, cows, hens, geese,...More
Such a calm and peaceful place to stay! The bungalows are large and comfortable with everything you could possibly need. There are many sit out areas complete with very welcome fans where you can just watch the world on the riverside go by!
The minute you step into the river boat on your way to the island, you will be made to feel like you are visiting your family after an extended sabbatical. Aunty was waiting by the Jetty to welcome us with a smile and kind words...More
This cooking class was offered by our travel agent, but I imageine you could contact directly the Farm. Professional cooking situation. Beautiful property. I did not see the cottages, but the main house was stunningly clean and I imagine the cottages are too.
I did not stay overnight , but attended a private cooking class while staying on a houseboat in the Keralan backwaters. My houseboat dropped me off at the farm, and I was warmly invited into Anu and Mummy's home. We then cooked a most delicious...More
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US$10,500 - US$14,000 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Definitely worth the effort to stay there. We met an American couple who could only have lunch because the place was fully booked. They were green with envy.
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"The last rooms has least traffic (other guests) but offset by distance of walk to the dining area. We loved..."