Eden Garden Heritage Homestay is an 18-year-old Heritage farm stay located near the outskirts of Fort Kochi. This 260-year-old homestay is the exact choice for travelers to experience the authentic flavor of visiting Kochi (Cochin). The homestay offers a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay experience. Eden Garden Heritage Homestay is located near the main attractions of Kochi (Cochin) making it easy to experience the center of attractions like Kashi Art Gallery, David Hall Gallery & Cafe, and Kerala Museum, which are some popular art galleries.
Tucked away from the core of Fort Cochin, Eden Garden is the homestay that lives up to its name in every sense. Upon entering this 260-year-old home you are welcomed by a large pond that is filled with vibrant fish and bright green foliage.
A man-made waterfall cascade is located in the background and there is plenty of birds chirping cheerfully all around the atmosphere. The homestay has been operating successfully for the last eighteen years, with clients who are repeatedly paying cyclic visits. The homestay has four spacious guest rooms that offer calming views of the beautiful fish pond and green lush garden.
This heritage home is enveloped with shades of mango trees, many herbs, spice plants, and fruit-bearing trees. The greenery surrounding the homestay keeps the area cool and humid making it a perfect experience for Kerala's sultry climate.
The property is located near many major tourist areas of Cochin like - Fort Cochi Beach,Vasco da Gama Square, Indian Naval Maritime Museum,Aspinwall,Jew Town Mattancheri, Chinese fishing nets, etc.
The stay is also close to several famous Cafe's, Restaurants, Churches, Grounds, Spa's too
Mel and Judith, the two energetic and brilliant hosts will make you feel totally at home in their lovely quiet haven of space away from the bustling noise of city life.
Food of individual choice will be served at Belhaven Homestay. Which include South Indian, North Indian, and Chinese delicacies.
1.Deluxe Double Room INR 3300/- Double Occupancy
Walk a few meters down the road from the St Francis Church and you will walk into the beautiful Dutch cemetery running parallel to the golden sandy beaches and overlooking the gorgeous blue waters of the Arabian sea
Constructed by the Portuguese and now considered as one of the most magnificent places to visit in Fort Kochi, the Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica is one of the eight Basilicas in India.
One of the most prominent fort Kochi tourist places is the beach, which will revive you to the core. With its serene environs and lush surroundings, the beach offers an idyllic getaway from everyday routine.
Also known as Loafer’s Corner, Princess Street is one of the most popular forts in Kochi tourist places. Offering everything from handicraft shops that sell beautiful pieces of art and craft and cafes and restaurants
Offering you one of the richest experiences you will ever gain on a holiday, Kerala Folklore Theater and Museum is one of the most interesting places to visit in Fort Kochi
The Jew Town is a winding street sandwiched between Mattancherry Palace and Synagogue and is an attractive destination for those of you always on the lookout for antique and quirky art pieces.
The Kochi-Muziris Biennale is an international exhibition of contemporary art held in the city of Kochi in Kerala, India. It is the largest art exhibition in the country and the biggest contemporary art festival in Asia.
Cochin Carnival is an entertainment event held every year in the last week of December at Fort Kochi in the city of Kochi, Kerala. This event is held mostly during the last two weeks of December and finally ends on 1 January.