A Beach Symphony,
Info : A Beach Symphony
The friendly owners of A Beach Symphony, Jan and Christel Arynn, aren’t the kind of hosts that organise raucous traditional dance performances. They’d prefer to leave you in peace to relax, and beautiful Marari Beach is the perfect backdrop. This simple and lovely resort features characterful cottages and villas in beautiful palm-filled gardens close to the water.
This is a great way to end a trip through the world famous Kerala Backwaters, or to combine with other destinations in the vicinity, such as Cochin, Vembanad Lake, Munnar and Thekady. On-site, there aren’t loads of activities on offer, instead, there are hammocks, a swimming pool, bikes for hire, and Ayurvedic spa treatments. Dining is relaxed and meals are served on your veranda whenever you want them.
There are four cottages in total, two are nestled in the gardens and two are close to the shore. They tend to be a bit dark on the inside, but vibrant furnishings keep things bright. Additionally, one 250 year-old private wooden villa with three bedrooms sleeps up to six guests.
This is a private and charming option on Marari Beach, but it’s not a sleek luxury affair with 24-hour room service, it’s more about chilled out beach relaxation in lovely green surroundings.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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