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Rossitta Wood Castle

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Category: Resort

Location: the beach of Fort Cochin

Tariff Range: INR RS.1100-5000 Including breakfast


Rossitta wood Castle is the centuries old mansion of an European family now open to tourists .Situated on the Rose Street between Vasco-Da-Gama church and the beach of Fort Cochin, A warm little inn, where you relax and the stonewalls start narrating stories-tales from the pages of history. Teakwood flooring, high wooden ceiling, tiled roofing and huge European windows always conserving a fresh and cool ambience at her interiors. Every bit of her as charming as she ever was in the history, centuries agoYou will cherish the impeccable hospitality and personalised attention offered to you by the well trained and ever friendly Rossitta crew because our guests don’t actually leave, they keep coming back


A/C and Non A/c rooms  


• Internet facility 

• Multi-cuisine Courtyard Restaurant.

The restaurant is set in the open courtyard, the walls over three centuries old. The ambience, homely and cosy. With an enticing menu comprising delightfully traditional dishes, exotic Italian pastas, and choicest desserts. Come enjoy.

• Dinner time live Concerts – Cultural Dance & Music.

• 24 Hours  Room service 

• Direct Dial Telephone 

• Facility for Money Changing 

• Same day Laundry

• Doctor on call.

• Travel Desk – Daily sight seeing trip 

• 24 hrs hot water

• Parking area. 

• Indoor Games

• Library

• Art Gallery






May 1st – Sep 30th

Oct 1st – Dec 19t Feb 1st – Apr 30thh                     

Dec 20th – Jan 31st 

Wood Mansion 

3000 INR

4000 INR

5000 INR


2200 INR

3000 INR

4000 INR

Semi Deluxe  

1100 INR

1600 INR

1900 INR


Extra Bed is 750 INR

No extra bed facility in Semi Deluxe rooms. 

Tax 15%






Rossitta wood Castle is the centuries old mansion of an European family now open to tourists .Situated on the Rose Street between Vasco-Da-Gama church and the beach of Fort Cochin

1/334, Rose Street
FortKochi-682001, Kerala, India.




Fort Kochi – You can see the rich historical legacy at Fort Kochi which still retains the ambiance of the colonial past.

Another Cochin Attraction is the famous Fort Kochi Beach which attracts tourists from all over the world.

Chinese Fishing Nets – It is believed that these nets were introduced by traders of Court of Chinese rulers during 1350-1450AD in Cochin. They are set up in teak wood and bamboo poles and are mainly used in high tide.

Marine Drive – It is a beautiful place to spend an evening for locals as well as the tourists. Get more info here.

St. Francis Church – It is believed that this was the first church built by the Europeans in India. The Portuguese built this church in 1503 in wood, and later rebuilt in stone in the 16th century. Vasco Da Gama, the discoverer of sea route to India, during his third visit died here in 1524 and was buried here. Later his remains were taken to Portugal, and the tombstone can still be seen in the Church premises.

Santa Cruz Basilica Church – The Portuguese built this historic church, and later it was demolished by British in 1795. A new building was built in that place in 1887, and rich collections of beautiful paintings can be seen here.

Jewish Synagogue – This synagogue in Mattancherry was built in 1568 and is the oldest in the country, is another major Cochin attractions. Some of the evidences of the Jewish history such as Hebrew inscriptions on stone slabs and other ancient artifacts can be seen here. You can also see curio shops dealing in antiques as well as rare glass and beads in the township around this synagogue. This township was known for spice trade.

Dutch Palace – This Palace was built by the Portuguese and presented to the Raja of Kochi, Veera Kerala Varma in 1555. Later it was taken by the Dutch and renovated, and is known as Dutch Palace. It houses fine murals depicting scenes from Ramayana, Mahabharata and other mythological figures. Also seen are royal costumes, palanquins and other royal memorabilia. It is as also known as Mattancherry Palace.

Bolghatty Island – It was built in Koch Bay in 1744 by the Dutch, and now it is a heritage hotel run by the KTDC. It is an attractive picnic spot because of the lush green landscape and the panoramic views of the backwaters. A small golf course and special honeymoon cottages are also in this scenic island.

Pallippuram Fort – This fort was built by the Portuguese in 1503, and is believed to be the first fort built in India by the Europeans. An important Catholic church is also situated here.

Indira Gandhi Boat Race – If you visit Cochin during Onam festival (August-September) you can enjoy the famous snake boat race from the Marine drive promenade.


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