The SpaceVilla in Residence Margret is locate in Between Fort Cochin and Alleppey, a quiet Peace full Beautiful Village few minutes from Beaches This Place for Learn Kerala Culture and types of Food especially sea foods This Holiday Home is composed of a 3 double bedroom, living room and kitchen, bathroom with shower,24 HRS Hot water Fully furnished, a beautiful barbecue area available to guests, with sun loungers area, playground for the little ones, secure parking spaces.
Villa in Residence Margret is located in village in the Alappuzha district, in the state of Kerala, India, on the shores of the Arabian Sea
This Villa is surrounded by greenery, in a very comfortable environment ideal for your holidays on the Costal side from which you can admire the beautiful Islands. Within 1KM , where you can find: supermarket, Grocery shops, post office, pharmacy, shops, restaurants and many other services you may need. Guest Accessa place where one is as happy, relaxed, or comfortable as in one's own home. Interaction with GuestsThis is my own family property,and my wife mother,father,son and daughter Living same place so we are always available for any help/assistance. The NeighborhoodHistory of This Village
In ancient times, Our village was a border post marking the northern border of the Kingdom of Travancore (16th century to 1947), adjacent to Chellanam, a southern border post of the Kingdom of Cochin (Kochi) (12th century to 1947), and which is now marks the southern border of Ernakulam district. The border posts demarcated the kingdom boundaries and controlled trade between the kingdoms, The two kingdoms competed with each other for dominance and territory by means of war and diplomacy. Our villa in a border village, felt these struggles more intensely.
With the arrival of foreign traders, starting with the Portuguese in 1498, followed by the Dutch, and then the British, made the situation more complex. The kingdoms took military aid from the visitors to fight one another, and ended up being ruled by them, finally as princely states under the British. Under British administration trade restrictions continued, and the border checkpoints were maintained for collection of trade taxes, part of which went to British coffers. Getting AroundOur Villa situated is a green, palm-fringed, scenic village in the coastal region of Kerala, on a narrow strip of land, with white, sandy beaches bordering the Arabian Sea to the west, and a lake (kayal)—our village, a part of the Cochin estuary—to the east, as well as extensive, interconnected paddy fields and backwaters to the east of the Pozhi. In the old days the only access to our place was by water but this has changed today with modern roads, bridges and State Highway passing through our village. near beach in South village, provides local fishing boats access to the sea.
Near beaches 3 KM Azheekal Beach,Arthungal Beach(10 KM),Marikulam beach (15 KM),Thumboli beach etc.. Other Things to NoteThis is a non-smoking home, smoking is not allowed inside the house.
We have Television and you can watch many channels you are welcome to watch them.
Please do not use electrical appliances or cooking facilities without first checking with me, how they are to be used correctly.
I understand that some of the rules may seem strange to you and that you will need time to adjust to them. Please come and speak to me of any worries or problems that I can help you with.