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Natun Kulamora Champori N.C., Majuli 785104 India
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Natun Kulamora Champori N.C., Majuli 785104 India
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Neerav P wrote a review May 2022
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India55 contributions25 helpful votes
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Accomodation: They have different kinds of bamboo cottages and brick and mortar rooms. Bamboo cottages were built by a french couple and were given the name La Maison de Ananda. These cottages are old and are great for someone who wants to experience the village life. However, since these cottages are made of bamboo with gaps between them, it's easy for bugs and insects to come in and there were plenty of them. We decided to take the regular brick and mortar rooms that come with AC. Everything was fine about those rooms just that bugs and cockroaches were there too :( People: Monjit, who owns the place and belongs to the original Mishing tribe, is a fantastic guy. He loves to talk and explained the whole history of the place and his tribe. He also invited us for dinner to his own house and showed us the traditional way of cooking where their kitchen is considered a temple. Monjit and his team made our stay comfortable and pleasant. While his place needs improvement and he is working on that, it seems this is the best accomodation available at Majuli.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Ananth wrote a review Apr 2022
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The owner personally looked into our needs. Classic bamboo cottage with all the modern amenities built in. He has two sections. One is the bamboo section of two cottages and the other concrete but very well architected keeping the locale in mind. Nice enjoyable stay. Quiet environment, friendly staff. We will keep going back to this resort.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Chandra77 wrote a review Apr 2022
Singapore, Singapore42 contributions10 helpful votes
We stayed for 2 nights in Majuli. Room was spacious and clean but walls had dampness and needed painting. Food was good and owner Mr Monjit was polite and helpful. Windows had no mosquito net but room was provided with mosquito repellent which was ineffective.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Gunjan B wrote a review Jan 2021
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I along with my Parents and brother stayed at the cottages of La Maison De Ananda Resort in January 2021. The experience was truly invigorating and highly refreshing. It simply cannot be described in words. The host, Mr Monjit was also very helpful and extremely polite and courteous. There is one Bamboo cottage ( aged people and people with arthritis won't be able to climb up the stairs). There is also provision for bonfire in the courtyard (a must have experience if u visit in the winters). Food is really delicious, restaurant and rooms are clean. Definitely go for a morning walk in a nearby misin g village. The bamboo cottage was first established by a French couple and hence the name. For sight seeing, you can contact Me Dilip Bora. He will also act as your guide. He is very polite and very helpful. Following are the major places to visit in Majuli: 1) Dakhinpat Satra 2) Samaguri Satra ( this is famous for the unique Mask art that is seen in the festival of Raas 3) Kamalabari Satra 4) Auniaati Satra 5) Garmur Satra All these Satras are located in really pristine surroundings. Overall, the experience is enthralling and I would definitely like to visit again with my better half .
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Neeta N wrote a review Dec 2020
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Boy if you are looking at experiences to cherish a lifetime....this is the place you need to be in....Make no plans ....just leave it to Manjit da to point you in the direction of unique experiences....we tried cycling in a tribal village, crossing a river with cycles on a fishing boat all by ourselves ( not for the faint hearted ;) ) He arranged a lunch at a Hindu monk's residence at a satra...and to top it all the best dinner at his residence cooked by his wife which gave us the taste of the Mishing traditions and plenty of insights into his culture....( Don't miss the rice beer) do stay in the original bamboo cottage ...clean and comfortable and will give you a feel of how the locals live but with the comfort sought by tired travellers....the service is fabulous...can blindly go with Manjit da's suggestions..
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled
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Ian L wrote a review Feb 2020
Melbourne72 contributions33 helpful votes
We stayed in the Bamboo Cottage for one night. It is a novel experience. There are 3 single beds in a hut you need to climb up a thin (6") wooden ladder with small wooden blocks as rungs (not for those who cannot climb up a ladder easily). There was no hot water the day we were there but they provided buckets of hot water in the morning. You may need the mosquito netting at night as mosquitoes frequent the cottage. The story of the cottage and area is pinned on the wall in the hut. It really does have a 'treehouse camping' feel so if you like that sort of thing, please check this out. The food was basic but very tasty. You can easily take a walk around the village and soak in the local ambience.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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ThinkGraphik wrote a review Aug 2019
Mumbai, India35 contributions25 helpful votes
During your travel when everything for you is sorted at one place, your mornings are quaint, the stay at every step is comfortable, the host is bundle of joy to interact, you are in the midst of nature and you just feel body, mind & soul relaxed - than there cannot be any less reason to call La Maison De Ananda "Heaven on Earth". The property is a combination of bamboo huts & newly constructed regular concrete rooms, if you are a family go for the regular rooms, they are super spacious and clean & if you are a solo or couple traveler, don't hesitate to get your bamboo hut experience. The new construction has got itself a new kitchen/dining area as well and it serves Indian, chinese, bit of continental and all of them are just good. But the real deal is devouring on some very interesting local cuisine, prepared in a separate kitchen by the co-owners - Monjit's wife. During our stay, this kitchen was shut, so we had this same experience in a local tribal house, all organised for us by Monjit. And what a food experience it was. For places to see around - Get yourself a bicycle from the property (its free) and cycle around to the sunset point, satras or one of the main market area. The roads are narrow and its a beautiful ride all through. On your ride you will come across many a elevated bamboo house of the mishing tribe. They are also one of the largest tribe of India. Things to see & do in Majuli - Monjit will be more than happy to organise your local tour and suggest the best places around to see. There are multiple satras, were you can watch the local assamese play and dance forms, learn hand pottery very peculiar to Majuli, some of the best mask-makers of our country are from majuli, do visit them or you can simply go bird-watching by the river or request a local fisherman for a boat ride, they will be more than happy to offer you one.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Marta O wrote a review Jun 2019
Marin, Spain15 contributions1 helpful vote
ul place. The area where is located is really nice surrounded of a friendly neighborhood. The bamboo cottages are so beautiful and made with good taste and love! All the instalations are clean and tidy. People who is working there is so nice, paying attention to the small details and great service. Danny, the owner, I couldnt meet him personally, but we were in contact and he was caring a lot about everything. If you take a bike ride you can go all around really easy (is all flat and beautiful) and is a really comfortable way to move. They have there prety good bikes! Also food from their restaurant, you can order to the room or go to eat there the tastier assamese food that you will find in Majuli. No doubt, 100% recomendable!!! Dont mia the opportunity to stay there if you have the choice!
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled
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Saibal Chowdhury wrote a review Feb 2019
Guwahati, India6 contributions4 helpful votes
The experience of my stay at La Maison is quite mixed in the sense that I missed the experience of staying in traditional wooden cottage there since it was sold to a foreigner couple though I had booked d same one month in advance. Instead, I was compelled to stay at a new property which was being constructed by the same owner and it was well made in full concrete construction. However, room service and food was good and the host was friendly and sensitive to the requirements of guests. Overall experience was good taking into consideration the remoteness of the place. Also special thanks to the host for arranging lunch at a local family house, got to taste traditional assamese dishes at Majuli.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Nitza wrote a review Feb 2019
Seattle, Washington15 contributions8 helpful votes
The maison is a traditional bamboo home, complete with a wooden ladder to climb up. It has a lovely balcony with a lounging bed, a bedroom with three beds, and the washroom is great. There is piping hot water, and great water pressure. Now, there are lots and lots and lots of mosquitos. The coils/AllOut provided by the owner are not enough to keep the enemies (mosquitos) at bay, so you must bring Odomas or other type of protection. But enough about the accommodations. The star of the show is the amazing open, traditional kitchen in the owner's home next door, where the team cooks incredibly yummy Assamese food in an open fire including fish and chicken in beautiful sauces, red rice, and tons of local vegetables. It was without a doubt the best traditional food I had in a week in Assam.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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IndiaAssamJorhat DistrictMajuli
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Frequently Asked Questions about La Maison de Ananda
Which popular attractions are close to La Maison de Ananda?
Nearby attractions include Kamalabari Satra (3.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at La Maison de Ananda?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at La Maison de Ananda?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at La Maison de Ananda?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.