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After a magical overnight trip on a houseboat, we docked at the farm’s jetty at mid-morning to be met by charming and welcoming Anou. We were here for the last three nights of our wonderful journey through Karnataka and Kerala and we could not have...More
We stayed here for just one night as part of a 6 week trip. We were made to feel very welcome, the food was excellent and the bungalow was extremely comfortable. As we had been travelling as a couple for several weeks it was a...More
My wife and I stayed here for one night as part of our 6 week tour of India. We were taken across to the property by punt and were given a warm welcome by the owner. An American couple joined us in the punt and...More
This place is truly special. Returning for our second visit we
have enjoyed a 12 night stay. The villa was amazing - I don't know why Philipkuttys is rated at only two stars as we've stayed at four stars in India nothing like as good...More
A fantastically located, 7 cottage homestay, situated on the banks of a 35 acre island in the Keralan backwaters. You are taken across to your traditionally furnished but well appointed cottage by punt and are welcomed into Annu and Annima's idylic world.
Warm hearted staff...More
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US$286 - US$311 (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..."