The Bungalow Homestay
AddressNear St. Theresa's Chapel, Vypeen CochinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The Bungalow, located at the heart of Kerala, with its own history and culture. Built in 1930, this heritage building of Vypeen, is a mixture of Portuguese, Dutch and Kerala architectures.
Vypeen, is a meld of Portuguese, Dutch and English influences; where history is alive even today.
Heritage zone of Fort Kochi is linked to Vypeen through ferry, while crossing the ferry a picturesque view of Vypeen and Fort Kochi along with its Chinese fishing nets can be seen.
The Bungalow, invites you to Live with History & Taste the Tradition.
A Home away from Home to enjoy your Holiday in Kerala, Gods Own Country.
Vypeen, where The Bungalow is located, is situated at the harbour mouth of the busy ship channel with Fort Kochi on the other side, is famous for its historical buildings that includes The Bungalow, Chinese fishing nets and its meld of Portuguese, Dutch and English influences.
The first floor of this three storied house is fully furnished with two spacious double bed rooms and a sit out for the comfort of the guest.
One Double bed room is with attached bathroom and western style toilet.
Second double bed room is with an exclusive bathroom and western style toilet adjacent to it.
Each room have wooden floor and wooden ceilings. Second floor attic is available to guests for common uses like reading , indoor games like chess etc. Wooden staircase connect each floor.
Facilities: Garden, Cable TV, Microwave, Refrigerator, Telephone, Television, Washer
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Free Breakfast
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- 24 Hour Reception
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fan
- Airport Transfers
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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