Kollam during Portuguese occupation was known as Quilon. With the warm waters of the Arabian Sea on its west, the present day city of Kollam was earlier famous for cashew processing and coir manufacturing. It is the southern gateway to the backwaters of Kerala and is a major tourist destination.
This 24 room property overlooks the Ashtamudi backwater and is located in a vast expanse of greenery. Guests can enjoy the splendid view to the backwater from all the 24 rooms.Contact us