Gowri Homestay, Alappuzha



Gowri Homestay, Alappuzha is a heritage residence at the Alappuzha town area. The location of Gowri Homestay is near Uduppi Sree Krishna Swami temple. The accommodation in this resort is loved by the visitors for its natural surroundings and excellent hospitality.

Gowri Homestay offers cottage accommodation and AC rooms at an economical rate. There are 10 guest rooms with plush decoration and every necessary facilities available. The attached bathrooms, open courtyards, telephone, television and electronic safes in the rooms make the stay of the guests more convenient. Dining in Gowri Homestay is not a permanent arrangement but meals can be prepared upon prior request.

Facilities at Gowri Homestay allures the tourists throughout the year. Some of the facilities include free pick- up and drop from bus stand, railway station and boat jetty, free Alappuzha site seeing, travel desk, Alleppey- Quilon back water cruise and live concerts of western and Indian music. Ayurvedic Rejuvenation Therapy is offered under trained Physicians. Transport from this resort is very easy since the authorities arrange for car rentals or bike rentals. Many activities like visit to coir village and handicraft center, fishing, backwater cruise and Kathakali dance performances can be carried out from this resort.

The tourist attraction places of Alappuzha is quiet near Gowri Homestay, Alappuzha. The comfortable accommodation and excellent room service have make this place a popular place for staying in Alappuzha over the years.



Last Updated on 05 May 2011





     


     

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