The Thevercad Homestay is located in the heart of the backwaters in Alleppey at a village called Kuttanand. It is a pleasant stay next to the backwaters and offers a peaceful vibe. The homestay is a traditional Kerala house having two guest rooms which showcase an antique grandeur. It is hosted by a Syrian Christian family who are associated with the famous snake boat races in Alleppey.
The Thevercad Homestay has a beautiful location in Alleppey with a tranquil river in the front and greenery everywhere else. The rooms may lack standard amenities, but the antique charm creates a cosy ambience. The verandas are nice but it may have many mosquitoes in the evening. The food is quite good and it’s plenty but you can’t expect many options. You get beer along with dinner which is great.
Thevercad Homestay in Alleppey is a wonderful riverside homestay hosted by Mr. George and his family. The home was previously an antique granary but it has now been converted into a homestay with two modernised rooms that serve as accommodation for the guests. The wooden interiors of the room and its architecture still remind you of its antiquity but in a very pleasant way. The wide verandas just outside the rooms give you some sweet views of the river.
The homestay stands steadily on the banks of the River Pampa which is lined with tall coconut trees on either side and enjoys a tranquil atmosphere along with the lovely views. Behind the homestay are lush paddy fields. The homestay offers a family ambience and the guests can enjoy delicious home-made food served on a long ancient dining table in the homestay itself. The traditional style of living in a beautiful natural environment is soothing to the guests.
This is a spacious deluxe room. The room is air-conditioned and has open-to-sky bathrooms. The room has antique wooden interiors and the veranda of the room faces the river.
This is a spacious deluxe room. The room is not air-conditioned. It has open-to-sky bathroom. The room has antique wooden interiors and the veranda of the room faces the river.