Cochin homestay accommodation
Choose from a garden room or a renovated farmhouse at this relaxed village homestay on the banks of the Keralan Backwaters, close to the town of Kochi
Stay in a village by the Keralan Backwaters antique furniture gardens facing the backwaters 10 km from Kochi
€80To€100per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)
Kumbalangi, Cochin, KeralaSee map here
Breakfast Complimentary Dinner on request at extra cost Extra Bed @ Euro 25 Two Extra Beds available in Cottage
Description of Cochin homestay accommodation
Kerala is like opening up a lucky bag of surprises. The first thing most people pick out is the western coastline that unfurls along the Arabian Sea. ...
3 Reviews of Cochin homestay accommodation
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 07 Mar 2023 by Sally Knowles-JacksonAfter the hustle and bustle of the city it is amazing to find such a peaceful oasis so close to the city. It was wonderfully relaxing to sit on the porch watching the sunset over the water (and to have an open air shower under the moon)! Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Oct 2019 by Leighann StarkeyLoved every meal prepared for us and really enjoyed waking up to peaceful backwaters. Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Dec 2017 by Sayali MahashabdeThe most memorable part of my vacation was Munnar. The homestay in Munnar was absolutely beautiful and breathtaking. Read full review
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PlanetYou will experience a backwater destination far from the normal tourist trail but located close to Cochin, and there are only two accommodations here to preserve the character of the destination, protect the environment, local people and the host family.
We are inspected and approved by the Department of Tourism, Kerala.
PeopleOur accommodation is located in Kumbalangi village, one of the 15 selected rural tourism destinations of the country. The village people are very friendly and helpful - this is a home away from home where you can enjoy and really get a chance to know a local family and community.
The house, cottage and the garden are maintained by using local material and workmen.The fish, prawn, crab, coconut oil, some fruits and vegetables are collected locally. The host family completely depend on this homestay enterprise to earn a living,educate their 2 sons and to maintain these old buildings and 3 acre coconut garden.The local country boatman, taxi drivers, tuktuk man,toddy taper, local prawn farm family,fishermen, men and women working in the garden, cleaning the house are all benefited out of this unique homestay service.