The Pamba Heritage Villa is located on the banks of the Pamba River in Alleppey. It features spacious guest rooms that have an antique charm but are equipped with the modern amenities. They offer scenic views of the Pamba River. The villa, which is more than a 100 years old, has not lost its traditional values and it still is a place offering a sense of serenity. Guests at this ancestral home can feel a close bond with nature.
The Pamba Heritage Villa offers scenic views of the river and paddy fields. The property features traditional and modern rooms but it may be a little dark in the traditional rooms. The host's mother is a fantastic cook and you can be sure you will have plenty of delicious food to eat. The outdoor showers are a major highlight and so are the hammocks in the property.
The Pamba River is the third longest river in South India and is considered holy by many people. The Pamba Heritage Villa is set on the eastern bank of this beautiful river. It is a 110-year old wooden mansion owned by the Kanjooparambil family. It has been their ancestral home for several generations. The guest rooms in the villa had been used as paddy storehouses in the bygone era. Today, they are alluring spacious rooms with all the modern facilities and good ventilation.
The villa has a common living room where guests can watch TV, chat up with other guests or play indoor games. The windows and doors of the guest rooms open to the paddy fields, the garden and the tranquil river. They are netted so that guests don't have to worry about the mosquitoes. The rooms have terra cotta tiled roofs and the floors have mud tiles. The rooms also have a small common veranda. The attached bathrooms are elegantly designed with an open air shower. This is the only place where you feel that the property is not just traditional but also quite modern.