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Cherai Beach Resort

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 Rating:  3 Star

Category: Resort

Location: Near Cherai Beach

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OVERVIEW

Cherai Beach Resorts is geographically located in the central part of Kerala which is the most popular tourist destination. It is very near to the International Airport & Kochi city. This resort is owned & promoted by post graduate doctors of modern medicine.

The resort is designed with love & style. Each and every detail is just perfect. The eco-friendly resort has been ranked as the ultimate getaway destination in the world. It offers the visitors luxury, one can only dream about- the unpolluted atmosphere, crystal clean water, absolute calm and privacy, coconut trees & beautiful lagoons, golden beaches & backwaters.

Our resort is exquisitely landscaped with lagoons and canals meandering in and around a number of cottages (heritage & modern) built around picturesque greenery overlooking the clean long beach at the front and serene backwaters behind. Sun rises at the backwater side of the resorts & sets in front of the resorts in the Arabian Sea.



 FACILITIES


Oottupura”- our multicuisine eatery which serves a variety of delicacies to suit your taste. You can catch fish of your choice from the backwater and savour it freshly cooked in succulent spices along with other Kerala delicacies prepared in the traditional way.

view of Backwaters & coconut lagoons with a capacity of 25 people in class room style is a Heritage type of building.

“Koothambalam”- our non A/c Open air Banquete hall with Thatched roof having the view of Arabian Sea with a capacity of 200 people.

Open air restaurants in the Pond, lawn service for Barbeque etc.


“Tharavadu”- our mini A/c conference hall having the

“Ayurmana Spa”- our unique treatment centre having the facilities for all ayurvedic treatment, Yoga and Naturopathy.

Rajadhani A.c HallA very spacious conference hall, overlooking the sea can accommodate 80 Pax in theatre style.

Health club & Gym

OottupuraSpacious Restaurant in ethnic Kerala style.

HammocksFrom where you can enjoy the backwaters.

Round Boat

SweekaranaalayamReception – Highly artistic ethnic style facing the beach.

Backwater Cruise The journey through the backwaters in our traditional “Kettuvallam” will enchant and bind you to Kerala for ever – the memories of which you will cherish life long and will certainly love to have it again..

Ideal hide outs for Honeymoon Holidays

We have special cottage for honeymooners like fishermen A/c. & non Ac

BarbequeIn the evening serving delicious Seafood and other BBQ specialities in the open air facing to backwaters.

Swings

Other facilities include credit card acceptance, STD, ISD FAX Facility, Laundry/ Dry cleaning & ample car parking space

 

 

 

 

TARIFF

  CATEGORY

01 April to 31st July

01 01Aug to 30th Nov,16 Feb to 31st March

01 Dec to 15th Feb

Fishermen Villa Non A/c

Rs.1500.00

Rs.2500.00

Rs.3500.00

6 Bedded Villa * Non A/c

Rs.1500.00

Rs.2500.00

Rs.3500.00

Club Villas A/c

Rs.1500.00

Rs.2500.00

Rs.3500.00

Doctors Villas A/c

Rs.2000.00

Rs.3500.00

Rs.4500.00

Garden Villas  A/c

Rs.3000.00

Rs.4500.00

Rs.5500.00

Doctors Premium Villas

Rs.3000.00

Rs.4500.00

Rs.5500.00

Fishermen villas

Rs.3500.00

Rs.5000.00

Rs.6500.00

Sunrise Villas

Rs.3500.00

Rs.5000.00

Rs.6500.00

Pool Villas

Rs.9000.00

Rs.12000.00

Rs.15000.00

Extra Person     800

Tax of 15 %


Peak Season Supplimentary Charges R.s 1000 /-per room Per Day from Dec 20th to Jan 10 th.

Mandatory Dinner Charges on 24th & 31st Dec Rs. 1000 /- Per Person


LOCATION

Cherai Beach Resort is located at 40 kms North of Ernakulam city (Kerala, India). 10 Kilometre long Cherai Beach is the best clean golden beach of Kerala and is rightly called The Princess of the Queen of the Arabian sea. It is just in front of our Resort and is ideal for swimming and sunbathing. Dolphins are occasionally seen here.

The newly beautified 400 Meters of the main beach with the walkway adds to the charm. Water Scooter & Speed Boats are available. We have enough beach benches and Umbrellas. The Pallipuram Fort built by the Portuguese is 4 Km from here. A typical kerala village with paddy fields and coconut groves nearby is an added attraction.

Access:  From Ernakulam you have to take the boat from High Court Jetty or the Main boat jetty to Vypeen. From Fort Cochin there is ferry to Vypeen every 15 minutes. It is 40 minutes by bus from Vypeen.  It is also just 22 kms from Cochin International Airport.

Cherai,

Vypeen Island

Cochin-683514

 India

ATTRACTION


15 Kilometre long Cherai Beach is the best clean golden beach of Kerala and is rightly called “ The Prnicess of the Queen of the Arabian sea”.



45 kms from Ernakulam city, this lovely beach bordering vypeen island is ideal for swimming.


Dolphins are occasionally seen here.


A typical kerala village with paddy fields and coconut groves nearby is an added attraction.



The newly beautified 400 Meters of the main beach with the walkway adds to the charm and the Highmask lamps makes the beach enjoyable even at night.


Cherai is well known for the mouth lingering fresh sea food


Backwaters

While you are in Cochin, you will come across many backwater options to enchant and refresh you. Popular as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Cochin is a group of islands on the huge expanse of the Vembanad Lake. Some of these picturesque islands are Bolgatty, Vypeen, Gundu and Vallarpadam. The Vembanad Lake opens out into the Arabian Sea here to form one of the finest natural harbours in the world, making Cochin a fascinating blend of diverse cultures and influences. The interlinking of waterways has made Cochin a place, from where many backwater houseboat cruises begin or end.


Santa Cruz Basilica

This monumental church dates back to 1558 and has beautiful paintings on the ceiling.


St. Francis Church

Built in 1503 by Portuguese Friars, it is the India’s oldest European church. It was restored in 1779 by the protestant Dutch, converted to an Anglican Church by the British in 1795, and is presently used by the church of South India. Vasco da Gama’s remains were buried here in 1524, and later moved to Lisbon, Portugal but his tombstone still remains.


Mattancherry Palace

It was built by the Portuguese in 1557 and presented to Raja Veera Kerala Varma of Cochin. The Dutch renovated the palace in 1663. On display here are beautiful murals depicting scenes from the epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata and some of the Puranic legends.


Bolghatty Palace

A beautiful island near the Ernakulam, Bolghatty is famous for the Bolghatty Palace built by the Dutch. The Bolghatty palace, once the residence of the British resident of Cochin, is now a KTDC (Kerala Tourism Development Corporation) hotel.


Cherai Beach

This lovely beach bordering Vypeen Island is ideal for swimming. Dolphins are occasionally seen here. A typical Kerala village with paddy fields and coconut groves nearby is an added attraction of this beach.


Museums


Hill Palace Museum, Thripunithra

The Hill Palace, the official residence of the Cochin royal family was built in 1865. The palace complex consists of 49 buildings and is surrounded by 52 acres of terraced land with a Deer Park and facilities for horse riding. Displayed inside the thirteen galleries in the museum are oil paintings, murals, 19th century paintings, manuscripts, sculpture in stone and plaster of Paris, inscriptions and coins belonging to the Cochin royal family.


Pareekshith Thampuran Museum

This extensive and traditional Kerala style building earlier called the Durbar Hall, houses 19th century oil paintings, a collection of old coins, sculptures and Mughal paintings. The Pareekshith Thampuran Museum remains open from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm and 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm.


Willingdon Island

Named after Lord Willingdon, the British viceroy to India, this man-made island is surrounded by beautiful backwaters. The Willingdon Island is the site of the city’s best hotels, customs and trading centers, the port trust and also the headquarters of the Southern Naval Command.


Jewish Synagogue

Built in 1568, it is the oldest synagogue in the commonwealth countries. Known for mid 18th century hand printed, willow pattern floor tiles from Canton in China, Hebrew inscriptions on stone slabs, a dock tower, ancient scripts on copper plates etc, the Synagogue is a place worth seeing in Cochin.


Vypeen Island

There is a magnificent lighthouse at Ochanthuruth, which remains open from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm daily



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