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A beautiful boutique hotel with a swimming pool located right in the heart of Fort Cochin
Those looking for fantastic hospitality, a charming property and great location will love this place. It’s perfect for couples looking for a special stay while in Fort Cochin.
|Room Type||Currency||1 July to 30|
|1 October to 10
|Garden View Room||INR||13,522||18,683|
Please note, there’s a 10% hike during the peak period of 20 December to 10 January.
Extra Bed Charges:
Check in and check out time: 1300 hours and 1100 hours
Open 7 days a week from 8:30 am to 7:30 pm
Burgher Street, Fort Cochin, Kerala
Rest your tired legs, read a book, engage in discussions with world travelers, sip your coffe or simply admire the art without anyone waiting for you to vacate the table. Kashi Art Cafe feels like an airy tropical garden that is a hip and relaxed meeting place with an interesting gallery showcasing the works of talented artists. If you want to know what’s happening in Fort Cochin, chances are you’ll see its poster on the board or walls of the cafe!
As far as the food goes, breakfast is served through the day. If you’re hungry try a variety of sandwiches, salads and soups for lunch, else snack on their freshly made cakes and pies with of course with a cup of coffee or tea!
Many shops are closed on Sundays
One of the oldest Jewish settlements in the world dating back to 700 B.C. It is also believed that Jewish traders came to the shores of Cochin seeking spices and the town bustled with trade, festivals such as Hanukkah, Yom Kippur and Jewish New Year. Now, you’ll find fewer than 9 surviving members of the community, all over the age of 75. Most migrated to Israel in the 20th century.
Today you’ll see antique shops dot the narrow lanes leading up to the Jewish Synagogue, a flourishing spice market, brightly painted walls and interesting Hebrew inscriptions! Do visit the famous Jewish Synagogue (Closed on Fridays & Saturdays) anytime between 10:00 to 13:00 & 15:00 to 17:00 hours.
Closed on Fridays
Timing: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
The Dutch Palace was built by the Portuguese in 1555 A.D.and was given as a present to the Maharaja of Cochin as compensation for a temple that they had destroyed and also as a bribe to gain favours from the ruling dynasty. Later in 1663 A.D. when the Dutch won Cochin back, the palace was renovated and renamed the The Dutch Palace.
The center of attraction is not the structure of the Palace but the splendid murals on the walls that depict scenes from the Hindu epics, Hindu temple art, portraits and exhibits of the Rajas of Kochi.
Note: Flash photography is not allowed in the Palace.
Address: Palace Road, Ernakulum, Kerala
Always closed. Opened on request.
The 282 year old Dutch Cemetery in Fort Cochin is considered to be an authentic record of hundreds of Europeans who arrived in India to expand their colonial empire. The 104 tombs in the cemetery are a record of prominent Europeans who changed the history of the land. Look closely from the gates of the cemetery and you’ll observe that none of the tombs carry a cross!
Timing: 9:30 am to 8:00 pm
Open on all days of the week
Kettles hanging from the roof, collection of tea paraphernalia, eclectic tea pots and aromatic flavoured tea - Teapot is a charming cafe where one can spend a few hours without any trouble! Read a book, complete pending work, meet a friend, write postcards or just sip on your tea! It’s the sort of place that leaves you alone and lets you do your own thing. A favourite with the locals!
Ofcourse you must try the fabulous selection of tea, but you must also try the delicious desserts! If you’re hungry, order the prawn moilee, mustard fish, grilled sandwiches, Kerala fish curry, appam and stew.
Address: Peter Celli Street, Fort Cochin, Kerela
Phone: +91 484 2218035
Lunch & Dinner only. Meal for 2 - INR 300
Think delicious simple North Indian thaalis, parathas, kathi rolls, biryani, tikkas, pickles and lassi. The menu is exhaustive and the place extremely simple. If you’re looking for a sumptuous meal that won’t hurt your pocket, do visit Dal Roti! It won’t disappoint!
Address: 1/293 Lilly Street, Fort Cochin, Kerala; Phone: +91 484 2217655
Fort Cochin, Kerala
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Fort Cochin, Kerala
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