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  • Bel endroit confortable bon pour une famille de 4 personnes

    Balaji2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons passé un excellent séjour. La mère de Shruthi, qui s'occupe de la propriété, était toujours disponible par téléphone pour fournir toute l'aide nécessaire.

    Krishna2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Si vous envisagez de séjourner dans le nd près de Pudukkottai, je vous conseille d'y aller sans autre pensée. Nous, un groupe de 4 personnes, avons passé un séjour très confortable et la mère de Sruthi sera toujours à votre disposition pour toute assistance ... Je recommande vivement cet endroit ...

    Vineeth.K.2020-01-30T00:00:00Z
  • Pour tous ceux qui veulent voyager. L'endroit est tel que décrit et est dans un emplacement privilégié (très proche de la gare de Pudukottai). L'endroit peut facilement accueillir 6 personnes si vous ne vous souciez pas de la confidentialité. Il y a 2 chambres et 2 salles de bains attenantes (une occidentale et une indienne). Le hall est spacieux pour 2 ou 3 personnes pour dormir si vous avez un matelas. Descente des aires de stationnement. Les matins sont magnifiques avec tous les oiseaux qui gazouillent et les soirées ne manquez pas le paon dans les champs opposés. J'ai pu identifier près de 18 espèces d'oiseaux en une matinée. Juste une petite préoccupation du point de vue des voyageurs, les transports publics (lire les pousse-pousse / voitures / bus) pour se rendre à n'importe quel endroit dans la région pourraient être une préoccupation; Je voulais voyager à Aranthangi qui est à plus de 30 kms de l'endroit et je me demandais comment voyagerait-il s'ils n'avaient pas leur propre moyen de transport. Je sentais qu'il fallait marcher au moins 1 km pour se rendre aux transports publics les plus proches.

    Aravind2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons séjourné au pudhukottai pendant deux jours et je dois dire que c'était trop beau pour deux familles avec enfants. La maison était très soignée et la mère de l'hôte Shruthi était super sympa et très serviable. Merci et envisagerais certainement de revenir ici

    Iswarya2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • Super endroit où séjourner à pudukottai .... apprécié le calme de cet endroit loin de la ville congestionnée .... Toute la maison est propre ... Rapport qualité / prix

    Prasanna2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • Une maison spacieuse et propre. Facile à suivre et à voyager vers d'autres endroits depuis l'emplacement. Hôte merveilleux.

    Sai2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • C'est la deuxième fois que nous choisissons la place de Shruti en six mois. La première fois que mes beaux-parents étaient restés, ils ont vraiment apprécié l’atmosphère paisible, l’accessibilité à la gare, les commodités et leur hospitalité. La mère de Shruti est une personne merveilleuse, toujours prête à aider et très dynamique. Je faisais partie du deuxième voyage avec mes parents et nous avons vraiment apprécié cet endroit calme et paisible. Nous savons maintenant que nous ne réserverons nulle part ailleurs que dans la place Shruthi'a. C'est vraiment une maison loin de chez soi. Merci beaucoup Shruti et merci aunty pour avoir rendu notre séjour aussi mémorable.

    Sivakumar2019-06-24T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Pudukkottai, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    Located in the central part of Kottaiyur, with easy access to Karaikudi (~5km)and places of interest in the Chettinad area. I live abroad and this is a room with its own separate entrance in our property and has a sit-out area. If you are attending a wedding/event in the area or just here for a heritage / temple trip, this is a cozy little no-frills place to have a restful stay.
    The bed is king-size and can sleep two adults or a small family. Air conditioning is new and keeps you really comfortable. There is a Power Inverter ensuring you full power supply for the lights and the fans in the room in the event of any power outage. Also, included are a chair, table, side table and a portable desk. Oh well, the laptop shown in the bed is not part of the room! Also, sorry, no wi-fi or TV access. Please be sure to bring your own Wifi dongle or mobile network, as needed.
    Sivan Temple (0.5 km) Sorketta Vinayakar Temple (0.5 km) Alagappa Colleges / University (2 km) Karaikudi (5 km) Chettinad Palace (8 km) Devakottai (20 km)
  • J'y séjourne pour la deuxième fois, j'ai beaucoup aimé l'endroit, une maison paisible et silencieuse, loin de la pollution routière et des klaxons. Route simple et droite sans aucune confusion à atteindre. Si vous pouvez organiser vous-même un véhicule, ce sera formidable. Sinon, préparez-vous à marcher un mile pour trouver une voiture.

    Raj2019-12-14T00:00:00Z
  • Comme j'étais seul pendant une journée ici, je voulais que ce soit un séjour sans perturbation et j'ai obtenu exactement ce que je voulais. La meilleure partie est l'enregistrement et le départ étendus et flexibles. :) Kasi m'a aidé lors du règlement initial de l'appel et a rapidement vérifié le confort en déposant un message ici et là. La chambre était propre avec tous les équipements de base. AC fonctionnait bien. Il y avait aussi un ventilateur de table. Un tapis de table et des chaises. Dans l'ensemble, celui-ci vaut complètement le coût mentionné ici. Très satisfait :) Merci Kasi :)

    Prem2019-11-25T00:00:00Z
  • C'est un endroit bien entretenu dans un endroit très paisible

    Raj2019-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • Un lieu de séjour simple, chaleureux et confortable. L'air conditionné était trop bon, surtout par temps chaud à Chettinad et les toilettes et le lit étaient propres et bien entretenus. L'emplacement n'est pas non plus trop loin de karaikudi.

    Shrikumar2019-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Vous apprécierez sûrement votre séjour .... la maison est bien située ... les temples à proximité ... l'arrêt de bus est également très proche

    Venkatesh2018-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • Kasi m'a beaucoup soutenu dès le départ ... il m'a aidé à trouver des événements locaux et était vraiment gentil et serviable avec toutes les demandes que je lui ai faites ... l'endroit est vraiment calme et paisible ... j'ai même prolongé une journée pour le l'hospitalité qu'il nous a donnée .... bon travail Kasi ... continuez comme ça .... et ce qu'il a mentionné, c'est tout ce que vous obtenez ... un nouvel air conditionné ... un endroit soigné ... et à proximité des temples. .Karaikudi est à seulement 3-5 km d'ici.

    Venkatesh2018-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kottaiyur, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    Chambre privée1 lit
    Alps
    Prix :$14 CAD/nuit
    12 commentaires
    Superhost
    A private Air-conditioned room with a comfortable bed, bathroom just outside the room. There's a Sony TV with Amazon Fire TV Stick in the bedroom. There's a lot of Chess Books in a room, and lot of self-improvement, business and diet books in the other room. There's a space where I have placed my weights, which you can use to train. Also a induction stove with vessels needed to cook. There's a mini fridge you can stock, and there's RO purified water system you can use.
    It's a Chess Gym. The place is quiet, away from busy city life. You can rest and relax here.
    It's quite peaceful to live here. Calm place away from the city.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Ezhil Nagar, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    A village style resort in Kanadukathan, a heritage village. There are 8 air conditioned rooms with double or twin beds. The rooms are designed like the homes in Chettinad villages. Hand made Attangudi tiles have been used for flooring and the furniture in the room resembles those used in homes in the region. The rooms have an air conditioner and fan. The bathrooms are modern with shower with running hot and cold water. Hair dyers and tea/coffee makers are available on request.
    The resort is located equidistantly about 1 ½ hours drive from Tanjore, Madurai and Trichy. And about 3 kms from the Tanjore – Madurai highway as also the Trichy – Rameswaram highway. The resort is surrounded by huge mansions. Guests have access to most of the facilities of the famed sprawling Chettinad Mansion, just 5 minutes walk. Guests can visit the Pillayarpatti Temple, Kundrakudi Temple (both about 10 mins. Drive) and do a day trip to Rameshwaram (which is about 3 hours drive).
    Chettinad is the home of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous banking and business community and also for Nattar Vallambars - a feudal community. It is also known for its local cuisine, architecture, and religious temples. The Chettinad region is well known for its 19th-century mansions, whose wide courtyards and spacious rooms are embellished with marble and teak. Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe. The marble was brought from Italy, chandeliers and teak from Burma, crockery from Indonesia, crystals from Europe and wall-to-wall mirrors from Belgium. Many of these mansions were built using a type of limestone known as karai. Local legend has it that the mansion walls were polished with a paste made out of egg whites to give them a smooth texture. Kanadukathan is most famous for its Chettinad cuisine and for the architecture of its houses, whose main entrances are shaped to resemble those of temples.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Complexe hôtelier


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    Chettinad heritage stay gives a unique experience of Calm and comfortable stay with exquisite chettinad cuisine prepared specially for you by experienced home cooks. Pilliyarpatti, Vairampatti temple, Karaikudi handloom sarees, Rameswaram, Madurai Meenakshi temple and more pilgrim places are closer from the Hotel location. Transport and guide facilities available. We are pleased to welcome you all to experience Mithila Eco Stay experience.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Cottage


    Capacité d'accueil

    8


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Rangiem, TN, Inde

    RAKSHINIVILLA
    Type de chambre

    Maison ou appartement en entier


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    5


    Chambres à coucher

    2

    Sivaganga, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    Located in the heart of Chettinad in Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, declared as heritage village by the and famous for the ageing mansions over 100 years old, some of which are Architectural Marvels, Pottery making and hand -made 'Athangudi Tiles' the only hostel in the areat has four bed-dorms and a three bed room with private en-suite wash with optional breakfast and kitchen facilities & a refrigerator. This Hostel provides affordable accommodation for travellers to Chettinadu.
    The hostel has dorms with bunk beds and a triple room. continental breakfast is served every morning at an additional cost. There is a kitchen available for guest use.
    Chettinad is the home of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous banking and business community and also for Nattar Vallambars - a feudal community. It is also known for its local cuisine, architecture, and religious temples. The Chettinad region is well known for its 19th-century mansions, whose wide courtyards and spacious rooms are embellished with marble and teak. Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe. The marble was brought from Italy, chandeliers and teak from Burma, crockery from Indonesia, crystals from Europe and wall-to-wall mirrors from Belgium. Many of these mansions were built using a type of limestone known as karai. Local legend has it that the mansion walls were polished with a paste made out of egg whites to give them a smooth texture. Kanadukathan is most famous for its Chettinad cuisine and for the architecture of its houses, whose main entrances are shaped to resemble those of temples.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre partagée


    Type de logement

    Auberge de jeunesse


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    My place is close to great views and art and culture. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space, the light, and the comfy bed. My place is good for couples and families (with kids).
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Maison


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Pudukkottai, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    Logements populaires

    Logements populaires
    The rooms in the Mansion are maintained in the same style as in the 1900s. The wash rooms are clean and dry and stocked with the required toiletries. Every room in the main block has a balcony, which opens out into life around the Mansion. Room service is not entertained in abundant caution to prevent insects. The rooms in the ambience of the village are quiet and are ideal for good nights sleep. All efforts are made to give you a truly Heritage Stay without compromising on modern day comforts.
    This Mansion is the among the largest of the ageing 3000 plus Mansions spread across 72 villages and 2 towns where the Chettiars live, in the area commonly known as Chettinad. The blue prints of the Mansion were preserved and a sixth generation granddaughter has taken pains to put into shape that which is presented here. Built during 1902, the Mansion is spread over a sprawling 80,000 square feet in area. The Heritage of the Mansion has been carefully protected and just 8 rooms are open to guests who get the privilege of privacy. The construction began in 1902 and it took ten years for completion. The mansion is huge and the rooms are embellished with the lavish use of Burmese Teak Wood, Italian Marble and English Steel. It contains several courts, halls and corridors with carved pillars. The proportions of the courts and corridors are quite sizeable, measuring up to your wildest expectations. As one enters the mansion one passes through the front yard comprising of the traditional Tulsi plant and a portico. Beyond the portico there is a beautiful veranda-crossing which leads to a marble hall. Flooring is made of white and black Italian marble and the pillars are of shining black marble. This is the marriage hall. Next comes the huge main courtyard which has two floors supported by Iron pillars. The second floor houses bedrooms with picturesque walls and attached bathrooms. Each bedroom has an entry into a common long balcony overlooking the street. It’s from here that you get to watch day-to-day life bloom and the other roofs of the village that paint the clear blue sky. An open shower has also been provided in the balcony. After the main Court there is another hall, following which one enters into another courtyard called the second courtyard. And right through the middle of this courtyard runs a pathway. On either side of the central courtyard there are two huge dining halls called the Bojana (Food) Hall. There is also a third courtyard and a big back yard. The pillars in the various courts have been made of different materials. The pillars in the front varandha are made of lime mortar and those in the marriage hall are of black marble. The pillars in the pattalai before the central court are fortified with porisu wood, which takes compressible load more than other woods. It also takes polish well. While the pillars in the second court yard are made of steel, the ones in the third are made of stone. Similarly, the flooring too varies from court to court. The various kinds of flooring include lime mortar, marble, Athangudi tiles, Anai adi Kallu, etc. Pressed metal plates have been fixed in many places as false lining for the top ceiling.
    Chettinad is the home of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous banking and business community and also for Nattar Vallambars - a feudal community. It is also known for its local cuisine, architecture, and religious temples. The Chettinad region is well known for its 19th-century mansions, whose wide courtyards and spacious rooms are embellished with marble and teak. Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe. The marble was brought from Italy, chandeliers and teak from Burma, crockery from Indonesia, crystals from Europe and wall-to-wall mirrors from Belgium. Many of these mansions were built using a type of limestone known as karai. Local legend has it that the mansion walls were polished with a paste made out of egg whites to give them a smooth texture. Kanadukathan is most famous for its Chettinad cuisine and for the architecture of its houses, whose main entrances are shaped to resemble those of temples.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Hôtel historique (Inde)


    Capacité d'accueil

    3


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    Chettinad heritage stay gives a unique experience of Calm and comfortable stay with exquisite chettinad cuisine prepared specially for you by experienced home cooks. Pilliyarpatti, Vairampatti temple, Karaikudi hand loom sarees, Rameswaram, Madurai Meenakshi temple and more pilgrim places are closer from the Hotel location. Transport and guide facilities available. We are pleased to welcome you all to experience Mithila Eco Stay experience.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Cottage


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Rangiem, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    The rooms in the Mansion are maintained in the same style as in the 1900s. The wash rooms are clean and dry and stocked with the required toiletries. Every room in the main block has a balcony, which opens out into life around the Mansion. Room service is not entertained in abundant caution to prevent insects. The rooms in the ambience of the village are quiet and are ideal for good nights sleep. All efforts are made to give you a truly Heritage Stay without compromising on modern day comforts.
    This Mansion is the among the largest of the ageing 3000 plus Mansions spread across 72 villages and 2 towns where the Chettiars live, in the area commonly known as Chettinad. The blue prints of the Mansion were preserved and a sixth generation granddaughter has taken pains to put into shape that which is presented here. Built during 1902, the Mansion is spread over a sprawling 80,000 square feet in area. The Heritage of the Mansion has been carefully protected and just 8 rooms are open to guests who get the privilege of privacy. The construction began in 1902 and it took ten years for completion. The mansion is huge and the rooms are embellished with the lavish use of Burmese Teak Wood, Italian Marble and English Steel. It contains several courts, halls and corridors with carved pillars. The proportions of the courts and corridors are quite sizeable, measuring up to your wildest expectations. As one enters the mansion one passes through the front yard comprising of the traditional Tulsi plant and a portico. Beyond the portico there is a beautiful veranda-crossing which leads to a marble hall. Flooring is made of white and black Italian marble and the pillars are of shining black marble. This is the marriage hall. Next comes the huge main courtyard which has two floors supported by Iron pillars. The second floor houses bedrooms with picturesque walls and attached bathrooms. Each bedroom has an entry into a common long balcony overlooking the street. It’s from here that you get to watch day-to-day life bloom and the other roofs of the village that paint the clear blue sky. An open shower has also been provided in the balcony. After the main Court there is another hall, following which one enters into another courtyard called the second courtyard. And right through the middle of this courtyard runs a pathway. On either side of the central courtyard there are two huge dining halls called the Bojana (Food) Hall. There is also a third courtyard and a big back yard. The pillars in the various courts have been made of different materials. The pillars in the front varandha are made of lime mortar and those in the marriage hall are of black marble. The pillars in the pattalai before the central court are fortified with porisu wood, which takes compressible load more than other woods. It also takes polish well. While the pillars in the second court yard are made of steel, the ones in the third are made of stone. Similarly, the flooring too varies from court to court. The various kinds of flooring include lime mortar, marble, Athangudi tiles, Anai adi Kallu, etc. Pressed metal plates have been fixed in many places as false lining for the top ceiling.
    Chettinad is the home of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous banking and business community and also for Nattar Vallambars - a feudal community. It is also known for its local cuisine, architecture, and religious temples. The Chettinad region is well known for its 19th-century mansions, whose wide courtyards and spacious rooms are embellished with marble and teak. Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe. The marble was brought from Italy, chandeliers and teak from Burma, crockery from Indonesia, crystals from Europe and wall-to-wall mirrors from Belgium. Many of these mansions were built using a type of limestone known as karai. Local legend has it that the mansion walls were polished with a paste made out of egg whites to give them a smooth texture. Kanadukathan is most famous for its Chettinad cuisine and for the architecture of its houses, whose main entrances are shaped to resemble those of temples.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Hôtel historique (Inde)


    Capacité d'accueil

    3


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    The rooms in the Mansion are maintained in the same style as in the 1900s. The wash rooms are clean and dry and stocked with the required toiletries. Every room in the main block has a balcony, which opens out into life around the Mansion. Room service is not entertained in abundant caution to prevent insects. The rooms in the ambience of the village are quiet and are ideal for good nights sleep. All efforts are made to give you a truly Heritage Stay without compromising on modern day comforts.
    This Mansion is the among the largest of the ageing 3000 plus Mansions spread across 72 villages and 2 towns where the Chettiars live, in the area commonly known as Chettinad. The blue prints of the Mansion were preserved and a sixth generation granddaughter has taken pains to put into shape that which is presented here. Built during 1902, the Mansion is spread over a sprawling 80,000 square feet in area. The Heritage of the Mansion has been carefully protected and just 8 rooms are open to guests who get the privilege of privacy. The construction began in 1902 and it took ten years for completion. The mansion is huge and the rooms are embellished with the lavish use of Burmese Teak Wood, Italian Marble and English Steel. It contains several courts, halls and corridors with carved pillars. The proportions of the courts and corridors are quite sizeable, measuring up to your wildest expectations. As one enters the mansion one passes through the front yard comprising of the traditional Tulsi plant and a portico. Beyond the portico there is a beautiful veranda-crossing which leads to a marble hall. Flooring is made of white and black Italian marble and the pillars are of shining black marble. This is the marriage hall. Next comes the huge main courtyard which has two floors supported by Iron pillars. The second floor houses bedrooms with picturesque walls and attached bathrooms. Each bedroom has an entry into a common long balcony overlooking the street. It’s from here that you get to watch day-to-day life bloom and the other roofs of the village that paint the clear blue sky. An open shower has also been provided in the balcony. After the main Court there is another hall, following which one enters into another courtyard called the second courtyard. And right through the middle of this courtyard runs a pathway. On either side of the central courtyard there are two huge dining halls called the Bojana (Food) Hall. There is also a third courtyard and a big back yard. The pillars in the various courts have been made of different materials. The pillars in the front varandha are made of lime mortar and those in the marriage hall are of black marble. The pillars in the pattalai before the central court are fortified with porisu wood, which takes compressible load more than other woods. It also takes polish well. While the pillars in the second court yard are made of steel, the ones in the third are made of stone. Similarly, the flooring too varies from court to court. The various kinds of flooring include lime mortar, marble, Athangudi tiles, Anai adi Kallu, etc. Pressed metal plates have been fixed in many places as false lining for the top ceiling.
    Chettinad is the home of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous banking and business community and also for Nattar Vallambars - a feudal community. It is also known for its local cuisine, architecture, and religious temples. The Chettinad region is well known for its 19th-century mansions, whose wide courtyards and spacious rooms are embellished with marble and teak. Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe. The marble was brought from Italy, chandeliers and teak from Burma, crockery from Indonesia, crystals from Europe and wall-to-wall mirrors from Belgium. Many of these mansions were built using a type of limestone known as karai. Local legend has it that the mansion walls were polished with a paste made out of egg whites to give them a smooth texture. Kanadukathan is most famous for its Chettinad cuisine and for the architecture of its houses, whose main entrances are shaped to resemble those of temples.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Hôtel historique (Inde)


    Capacité d'accueil

    3


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    A celebrated residence though it once was, today a veritable museum, having preserved almost everything of its original character and interiors from the time it was built almost a century ago. The rooms are large with high ceilings, gleaming floors and polished windows and doors. The furniture is period in style, flawlessly crafted and made from the finest Burma teak. The floors and walls are inlaid with the famous Aathangudy tiles that are handmade to this very day.
    This Mansion was the splendid house that KVAL Ramanathan Chettiar built for his eldest daughter, Visalakshi, in Chettinad more than a century ago. However, it never became the lively family home it was intended to be and was used only for occasional family gatherings during the period following its construction. A half-century later it passed onto us bringing with it an unparalleled legacy and a technical challenge of the highest order. How were we to restore this masterpiece while remaining faithful to its original conception? It was a task that we met with diligence and pride, selecting both materials and people who approached the restoration with great care and skill as you would a work of art. No sweeping changes were made to the building’s interiors except to partition its vast halls into comfortable guest rooms from which to experience a palpable presence of the past. Today at this Mansion, one of our landmark heritage properties, you can bear witness to an ambiance that still exudes the spirit of the times it was built in. Its character remains unchanged over the decades and faithfully recalls its original inspiration - the touching saga of a father’s gift to his first daughter! This Chettiar Mansion recalls a way of life that was truly extraordinary. The Chettiar community of this region were prosperous traders who loved the good life. Their palatial houses were standing testaments to an aesthetic sense that was lofty in its conception and painstaking in its details. The furniture is period in style, flawlessly crafted and made from the finest Burma teak. The floors and walls are inlaid with the famous Aathangudy tiles that are handmade to this very day. To complement this antique spirit of the house, we have added a service style that is rooted in the tradition and culture of this region, making for a holiday experience that is as magnificent as it is local in nature. Think Chettinad cuisine and you are likely to think of a playground for spices. It is all this and more. While it is relished around India, it is relatively new to foreign palates. Its unique character is the result of ingenious blends that delicately combine south-east Asian spices, like star anise, with other Indian ingredients that pull you into a sensory domain all its own. If you are a food lover in search of new gastronomic adventures then we will have plenty for you to savor and recall for a long time to come. And If you are given to the exacting but enjoyable art of cooking, take part in our interactive kitchen sessions during your stay with us and learn the fine secrets that lie behind this singular cuisine of southern India.
    Walking about the narrow streets of Kanadukathan - one of 9 villages of the prominent Chettiar community of these parts - you could be forgiven for having fallen back in time to a past that still looms large and casts its shadow upon the daily lives of people here ; where majestic villas, imposing colonial-style bungalows and other stately ruins of a bygone era trying to impress onlookers with their stature and grandeur. The marketplace is abuzz with activities that have not changed in a long time - crafts, jewelry, sculpture and woodwork - all of which form the economic, social and cultural leitmotif of this dynamic and ingenious merchant community. Shoppers can make some great buys and bargains here! And for those of you drawn to religion and want to explore the sacred in the lives of these people, Kanadukathan abounds in many temples known for their unique history, most notably the ancient 1800 years old Pallayiar Patti temple a short ride away. The Chettinad region’s simplicity is what you’ll be charmed by, instantly. You’ll see the same reflect in the ancient mansions of Chettinad, which have simplistic grandeur as their hallmark. There are many facets to the Chettinad region. Like, the astute business community of Chettiars, distinct spicy cuisine, stunning ancient mansions and the artistic Athangudi floor tiles. Known for their architectural splendor, around 11,000 of Chettinad’s mansions still remain – it’s about half the number that existed 100 years ago. Each mansion in Chettinad is soaked in timelessness. But while some of them are aging with neglect, others find themselves restored as heritage hotels welcoming the world. The famed mansions were built over 200 years ago by the Chettiars. The feature Italian marble, Burmese teak, chandeliers, ornate woodwork ceilings, stone pillars, all integrated to perfection. The timeless temples built centuries ago with intricate stone carvings and towering gopurams are still around. Even today, they adhere to the age-old religious customs and traditions. The art and craft of handloom weaving is kept alive in the villages of Kanadukathan as the artistic weavers spin the chakra the real way. The art of handloom weaving is practiced in the villages of Karaidkudi, having beem passed down from one generation to the next. Also, the beautifully woven bed runners at our property, are from here. If you’ve ever tasted Chettinad cuisine, you’re sure to fall in love with it. Enquire about the secret of its taste, and you’ll hear, “its freshly ground masalas with aromatic spices!”
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Hôtel historique (Inde)


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    Visalam is a heritage Chettiar mansion in the lovely precincts of Kanadukathan village of Tamil Nadu. Here, you’ll go back in time and get a taste of the rich and vibrant lifestyle of the Chettiars, members of the erstwhile mercantile community. The palatial mansion features Chettinad’s 19th century art-deco interiors and you’ll be treated to its renowned fiery cuisine, colourful culture and rare facets. When you visit the town, you’ll be overwhelmed by its appetite for art, design and cuisine.
    Visalam was gifted by a merchant, Ramnathan Chettiar to his daughter Vishalakshi. On becoming a CGH Earth property, Visalam was meticulously restored while preserving its spaces and soul. Every little detail of the past lives on. Ornate doorways, marble platforms, woodworked ceilings and Athangudi-tiled floors. The rooms are large with high ceilings, gleaming floors and polished windows. The furniture is period in style, flawlessly crafted and made from the finest Burma teak. The floors and walls are inlaid with the famous Aathangudy tiles that are handmade even to this very day. In all, you will find yourself transported to a time and place with an earthiness that lends an old-world charm to the experience.
    - Visit the village temples - Drop in at a local artisan (Handloom Weaver and Tile Maker) - Check out the travelling market - Walk up to the farmers’ market - Take home souvenirs from the antique shops
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Hôtel historique (Inde)


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    A village style resort in Kanadukathan, a heritage village. There are 8 air conditioned rooms with double or twin beds. The rooms are designed like the homes in Chettinad villages. Hand made Attangudi tiles have been used for flooring and the furniture in the room resembles those used in homes in the region. The rooms have an air conditioner and fan. The bathrooms are modern with shower with running hot and cold water. Hair dyers and tea/coffee makers are available on request.
    The resort is located equidistantly about 1 ½ hours drive from Tanjore, Madurai and Trichy. And about 3 kms from the Tanjore – Madurai highway as also the Trichy – Rameswaram highway. The resort is surrounded by huge mansions. Guests have access to most of the facilities of the famed sprawling Chettinad Mansion, just 5 minutes walk. Guests can visit the Pillayarpatti Temple, Kundrakudi Temple (both about 10 mins. Drive) and do a day trip to Rameshwaram (which is about 3 hours drive).
    Chettinad is the home of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous banking and business community and also for Nattar Vallambars - a feudal community. It is also known for its local cuisine, architecture, and religious temples. The Chettinad region is well known for its 19th-century mansions, whose wide courtyards and spacious rooms are embellished with marble and teak. Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe. The marble was brought from Italy, chandeliers and teak from Burma, crockery from Indonesia, crystals from Europe and wall-to-wall mirrors from Belgium. Many of these mansions were built using a type of limestone known as karai. Local legend has it that the mansion walls were polished with a paste made out of egg whites to give them a smooth texture. Kanadukathan is most famous for its Chettinad cuisine and for the architecture of its houses, whose main entrances are shaped to resemble those of temples.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Complexe hôtelier


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    A celebrated residence though it once was, today a veritable museum, having preserved almost everything of its original character and interiors from the time it was built almost a century ago. The rooms are large with high ceilings, gleaming floors and polished windows and doors. The furniture is period in style, flawlessly crafted and made from the finest Burma teak. The floors and walls are inlaid with the famous Aathangudy tiles that are handmade to this very day.
    This Mansion was the splendid house that KVAL Ramanathan Chettiar built for his eldest daughter, Visalakshi, in Chettinad more than a century ago. However, it never became the lively family home it was intended to be and was used only for occasional family gatherings during the period following its construction. A half-century later it passed onto us bringing with it an unparalleled legacy and a technical challenge of the highest order. How were we to restore this masterpiece while remaining faithful to its original conception? It was a task that we met with diligence and pride, selecting both materials and people who approached the restoration with great care and skill as you would a work of art. No sweeping changes were made to the building’s interiors except to partition its vast halls into comfortable guest rooms from which to experience a palpable presence of the past. Today at this Mansion, one of our landmark heritage properties, you can bear witness to an ambiance that still exudes the spirit of the times it was built in. Its character remains unchanged over the decades and faithfully recalls its original inspiration - the touching saga of a father’s gift to his first daughter! This Chettiar Mansion recalls a way of life that was truly extraordinary. The Chettiar community of this region were prosperous traders who loved the good life. Their palatial houses were standing testaments to an aesthetic sense that was lofty in its conception and painstaking in its details. The furniture is period in style, flawlessly crafted and made from the finest Burma teak. The floors and walls are inlaid with the famous Aathangudy tiles that are handmade to this very day. To complement this antique spirit of the house, we have added a service style that is rooted in the tradition and culture of this region, making for a holiday experience that is as magnificent as it is local in nature. Think Chettinad cuisine and you are likely to think of a playground for spices. It is all this and more. While it is relished around India, it is relatively new to foreign palates. Its unique character is the result of ingenious blends that delicately combine south-east Asian spices, like star anise, with other Indian ingredients that pull you into a sensory domain all its own. If you are a food lover in search of new gastronomic adventures then we will have plenty for you to savor and recall for a long time to come. And If you are given to the exacting but enjoyable art of cooking, take part in our interactive kitchen sessions during your stay with us and learn the fine secrets that lie behind this singular cuisine of southern India.
    Walking about the narrow streets of Kanadukathan - one of 9 villages of the prominent Chettiar community of these parts - you could be forgiven for having fallen back in time to a past that still looms large and casts its shadow upon the daily lives of people here ; where majestic villas, imposing colonial-style bungalows and other stately ruins of a bygone era trying to impress onlookers with their stature and grandeur. The marketplace is abuzz with activities that have not changed in a long time - crafts, jewelry, sculpture and woodwork - all of which form the economic, social and cultural leitmotif of this dynamic and ingenious merchant community. Shoppers can make some great buys and bargains here! And for those of you drawn to religion and want to explore the sacred in the lives of these people, Kanadukathan abounds in many temples known for their unique history, most notably the ancient 1800 years old Pallayiar Patti temple a short ride away. The Chettinad region’s simplicity is what you’ll be charmed by, instantly. You’ll see the same reflect in the ancient mansions of Chettinad, which have simplistic grandeur as their hallmark. There are many facets to the Chettinad region. Like, the astute business community of Chettiars, distinct spicy cuisine, stunning ancient mansions and the artistic Athangudi floor tiles. Known for their architectural splendor, around 11,000 of Chettinad’s mansions still remain – it’s about half the number that existed 100 years ago. Each mansion in Chettinad is soaked in timelessness. But while some of them are aging with neglect, others find themselves restored as heritage hotels welcoming the world. The famed mansions were built over 200 years ago by the Chettiars. The feature Italian marble, Burmese teak, chandeliers, ornate woodwork ceilings, stone pillars, all integrated to perfection. The timeless temples built centuries ago with intricate stone carvings and towering gopurams are still around. Even today, they adhere to the age-old religious customs and traditions. The art and craft of handloom weaving is kept alive in the villages of Kanadukathan as the artistic weavers spin the chakra the real way. The art of handloom weaving is practiced in the villages of Karaidkudi, having beem passed down from one generation to the next. Also, the beautifully woven bed runners at our property, are from here. If you’ve ever tasted Chettinad cuisine, you’re sure to fall in love with it. Enquire about the secret of its taste, and you’ll hear, “its freshly ground masalas with aromatic spices!”
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Hôtel historique (Inde)


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    A village style resort in Kanadukathan, a heritage village. There are 8 air conditioned rooms with double or twin beds. The rooms are designed like the homes in Chettinad villages. Hand made Attangudi tiles have been used for flooring and the furniture in the room resembles those used in homes in the region. The rooms have an air conditioner and fan. The bathrooms are modern with shower with running hot and cold water. Hair dyers and tea/coffee makers are available on request.
    The resort is located equidistantly about 1 ½ hours drive from Tanjore, Madurai and Trichy. And about 3 kms from the Tanjore – Madurai highway as also the Trichy – Rameswaram highway. The resort is surrounded by huge mansions. Guests have access to most of the facilities of the famed sprawling Chettinad Mansion, just 5 minutes walk. Guests can visit the Pillayarpatti Temple, Kundrakudi Temple (both about 10 mins. Drive) and do a day trip to Rameshwaram (which is about 3 hours drive).
    Chettinad is the home of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous banking and business community and also for Nattar Vallambars - a feudal community. It is also known for its local cuisine, architecture, and religious temples. The Chettinad region is well known for its 19th-century mansions, whose wide courtyards and spacious rooms are embellished with marble and teak. Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe. The marble was brought from Italy, chandeliers and teak from Burma, crockery from Indonesia, crystals from Europe and wall-to-wall mirrors from Belgium. Many of these mansions were built using a type of limestone known as karai. Local legend has it that the mansion walls were polished with a paste made out of egg whites to give them a smooth texture. Kanadukathan is most famous for its Chettinad cuisine and for the architecture of its houses, whose main entrances are shaped to resemble those of temples.
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Complexe hôtelier


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

    A celebrated residence though it once was, today a veritable museum, having preserved almost everything of its original character and interiors from the time it was built almost a century ago. The rooms are large with high ceilings, gleaming floors and polished windows and doors. The furniture is period in style, flawlessly crafted and made from the finest Burma teak. The floors and walls are inlaid with the famous Aathangudy tiles that are handmade to this very day.
    This Mansion was the splendid house that KVAL Ramanathan Chettiar built for his eldest daughter, Visalakshi, in Chettinad more than a century ago. However, it never became the lively family home it was intended to be and was used only for occasional family gatherings during the period following its construction. A half-century later it passed onto us bringing with it an unparalleled legacy and a technical challenge of the highest order. How were we to restore this masterpiece while remaining faithful to its original conception? It was a task that we met with diligence and pride, selecting both materials and people who approached the restoration with great care and skill as you would a work of art. No sweeping changes were made to the building’s interiors except to partition its vast halls into comfortable guest rooms from which to experience a palpable presence of the past. Today at this Mansion, one of our landmark heritage properties, you can bear witness to an ambiance that still exudes the spirit of the times it was built in. Its character remains unchanged over the decades and faithfully recalls its original inspiration - the touching saga of a father’s gift to his first daughter! This Chettiar Mansion recalls a way of life that was truly extraordinary. The Chettiar community of this region were prosperous traders who loved the good life. Their palatial houses were standing testaments to an aesthetic sense that was lofty in its conception and painstaking in its details. The furniture is period in style, flawlessly crafted and made from the finest Burma teak. The floors and walls are inlaid with the famous Aathangudy tiles that are handmade to this very day. To complement this antique spirit of the house, we have added a service style that is rooted in the tradition and culture of this region, making for a holiday experience that is as magnificent as it is local in nature. Think Chettinad cuisine and you are likely to think of a playground for spices. It is all this and more. While it is relished around India, it is relatively new to foreign palates. Its unique character is the result of ingenious blends that delicately combine south-east Asian spices, like star anise, with other Indian ingredients that pull you into a sensory domain all its own. If you are a food lover in search of new gastronomic adventures then we will have plenty for you to savor and recall for a long time to come. And If you are given to the exacting but enjoyable art of cooking, take part in our interactive kitchen sessions during your stay with us and learn the fine secrets that lie behind this singular cuisine of southern India.
    Walking about the narrow streets of Kanadukathan - one of 9 villages of the prominent Chettiar community of these parts - you could be forgiven for having fallen back in time to a past that still looms large and casts its shadow upon the daily lives of people here ; where majestic villas, imposing colonial-style bungalows and other stately ruins of a bygone era trying to impress onlookers with their stature and grandeur. The marketplace is abuzz with activities that have not changed in a long time - crafts, jewelry, sculpture and woodwork - all of which form the economic, social and cultural leitmotif of this dynamic and ingenious merchant community. Shoppers can make some great buys and bargains here! And for those of you drawn to religion and want to explore the sacred in the lives of these people, Kanadukathan abounds in many temples known for their unique history, most notably the ancient 1800 years old Pallayiar Patti temple a short ride away. The Chettinad region’s simplicity is what you’ll be charmed by, instantly. You’ll see the same reflect in the ancient mansions of Chettinad, which have simplistic grandeur as their hallmark. There are many facets to the Chettinad region. Like, the astute business community of Chettiars, distinct spicy cuisine, stunning ancient mansions and the artistic Athangudi floor tiles. Known for their architectural splendor, around 11,000 of Chettinad’s mansions still remain – it’s about half the number that existed 100 years ago. Each mansion in Chettinad is soaked in timelessness. But while some of them are aging with neglect, others find themselves restored as heritage hotels welcoming the world. The famed mansions were built over 200 years ago by the Chettiars. The feature Italian marble, Burmese teak, chandeliers, ornate woodwork ceilings, stone pillars, all integrated to perfection. The timeless temples built centuries ago with intricate stone carvings and towering gopurams are still around. Even today, they adhere to the age-old religious customs and traditions. The art and craft of handloom weaving is kept alive in the villages of Kanadukathan as the artistic weavers spin the chakra the real way. The art of handloom weaving is practiced in the villages of Karaidkudi, having beem passed down from one generation to the next. Also, the beautifully woven bed runners at our property, are from here. If you’ve ever tasted Chettinad cuisine, you’re sure to fall in love with it. Enquire about the secret of its taste, and you’ll hear, “its freshly ground masalas with aromatic spices!”
    Type de chambre

    Chambre privée


    Type de logement

    Hôtel historique (Inde)


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres à coucher

    1

    Kanadukathan, Tamil Nadu, Inde

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