Info : Neeleshwar Hermitage
Come to Neeleshwar for unspoilt beaches, quiet green forest groves, and vibrant river life without the throngs of tourists getting in your way. When you arrive, Neeleshwar Hermitage is a peaceful place to relax for a few days. You’ll appreciate unobtrusive service, luxurious facilities, and breathtaking natural surroundings.
It’s a bit of an effort to get to Neeleshwar, and the isolation may not suit all travellers. But once you’re there, the area is a privilege to explore and discover. The shady and verdant Kalus (forest groves) dotted all around the region are sacred and special places to reflect, or to witness a flurry of colour and activity during a religious festival. Access to the stunning and lesser-visited Kasaragod backwaters begins here, perfect for exploration by boat. And the beaches at Thaikadapuram are still pristine. On-site, there’s a Priya spa, an expansive pool, two lovely restaurants, and air conditioning throughout. The entire hotel is a non-smoking venue.
Eighteen detached cottages are modelled in the style of traditional fishermen’s huts with thatched roofs and views of the water or gardens. They are spacious, comfortable, full of natural light, and furnished with locally sourced antique and contemporary pieces and artworks.
If you’re adventurous enough to make the trip to Neeleshwar and don’t mind (or would welcome) a smoke-free environment, a stay at Neeleshwar Hermitage is a real pleasure.
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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