Homestays can be a relaxing way to travel, giving tourists a chance to break from the pace of modern living. They allow travelers to seek out the simple pleasures of a different culture and allow them to bond with fellow guests or hosts. Homestay is an ideal venue for this experience, providing travelers with an intimate window into village life and homegrown culture.
The homestay in Kerala is a wonderful retreat from the chaos and bustle of the city. It offers an opportunity to explore both nature and culture. The relaxed atmosphere will make you think that you are in another era altogether. Plus, the traditional Kerala cuisine served by their kind hostess, gives you yet another reason to visit the homestay.
About the location and accessibility:
Thiruvilwamala is a quaint little town, but it’s fill with enough of the staples of civilization to make it comfortable. There are restaurants, shops, and even a post office (though you’ll need to mail out any letters by hand). You can take an auto-rickshaw or bus into the heart of Pala to purchase anything else you might need. If you love feeling at one with nature, you’ll be pleased with how peaceful the location is. It doesn’t disappoint. Thiruvilwamala is a small village in the Kottayam district of Kerala. In this village, you will find a 70-year old ancestral home, which has been convert into a homestay by its owner so that it continues to serve as a source of income for the family. It sounds clichéd but the beauty of this place lies in the fact that one can feel and experience a simple life. There is plenty on offer here: you can embark on an adventure trail and explore the woods and surrounding area, or just relax and unwind indefinitely in one of the many sitting rooms located within the house—there are also plenty of books available for your reading entertainment.
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The homestay comprises two 3-story buildings with 1 bedroom apartments, located on the banks of the River Lisburn. The cooking is done by the family and during our stay, they serve Kerala homemade food, which taste great with a glass of wine and a crackling fire in the background. The property itself has been maintain very well over the years and the visit to this amazing homestay was certainly one of the highlights of our journey. The peaceful environment makes you forget all your worries and calms your mind. The homestays in thiruvilwamala th is the perfect place to spend a few days, perhaps enjoying traditional cookery lessons, exploring the local scenery, visiting some of the nearby attractions, or simply taking time out to relax in this beautiful abode. The best thing about this homestay is that there are no televisions or other such distractions; one can enjoy nature at its best here.
Once you visit this place for yourself, it’s easy to see why it could elicit such a peaceful atmosphere. It’s surround by the lush greens of nature, with the wind and flowing waters to calm the senses. As such, those who wish to relax in solitude will find a beautiful retreat here.
In conclusion, staying in Thiruvilwamala is like entering a time machine and being transported to a simpler way of life. The lush greenery surrounding the entire village makes it an ideal destination for eco-tourism; not to mention the fact that the village is listed as one of the ‘most beautiful hill stations in India.