A Colonial House Fort Cochin, Kerala
A super luxurious Colonial house in Fort Cochin dating back to the 16th century that is reputed to have housed Vasco da Gama
An art deco stairway leads up to the first floor. Observe the dark wood and the Colonial architecture of the house.
Sit back and sip your coffee on the cane chairs in the verandah by the garden pool
How about some Kerala fish curry at the arcaded dining hall?
This suite is named after the last Dutch Governor who lived in the house
This room is the largest and the noblest room with a long verandah and art deco furniture in teak giving the room a feel of classic charm.
Beautiful balconies that skirt the bungalow
A sofa lounge amidst period portraits and objects d'art
Another beautiful room with a high bed, cosy sitting area and exquisite wooden furniture
This room has a high, four-poster bed with teak steps to mount, a striped-white rafter roof and windows pierced in thick walls overlooking the St. Francis church.
Even the small rooms are done up so aesthetically that you can't help but fall in love with the place
Paintings from back in the day dot the walls of the house