See why so many travellers make Ayesha Manzil their small hotel of choice when visiting Thalassery. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the small hotel.
The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Ayesha Manzil, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Thalassery Fort (1.7 mi) and English Church (1.8 mi), guests of Ayesha Manzil can easily experience some of Thalassery's most well known attractions.
If you are looking for a good Asian restaurant, you may want to check out Rara Avis Restaurant or Paris Presidency Restaurant while staying at Ayesha Manzil.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Catholic Rosary Church (1.1 mi) and Fisherfolk Temple (1.0 mi), which are some popular Thalassery attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the small hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Ayesha Manzil as you experience all of the things Thalassery has to offer.
My husband and I spent 3 fabulous, relaxing days at Ayesha Manzil. It is an imposing old colonial bungalow sitting on top of a hill with a fabulous view of the Arabian Sea. Breakfast and dinner with this view was amazing. We were greeted warmly on our arrival by our host Moosa and shown to our palatial room with large dressing area and huge bathroom. There are ceiling fans and A/C in each room but wifi only in the downstairs area. You have to realise that this is Moosa and his wife Faizas home and not a 5* hotel. We certainly enjoyed the personal touch and the homely feel. The staff are all amazing, so kind helpful and interesting and the food is out of this world. So fresh and utterly delicious. Breakfasts were amazing with lovely fresh juices fruit etc. Such fabulous fresh fish,seafood and veggies for lunch and dinner. You will not go hungry! We did a cooking class with Faiza which was fun and informative and bought her cookery book which we are looking forward to using! We had so many highlights! The morning trip with Moosa to the fish/ vegetable market to choose our dinner was such fun and. Moosa is a bit of a celebrity in the town, everyone seems to know him! The Theyyam festival in a small local village was very special and will stay with us for a long time . There were no other tourists and the villagers welcomed us warmly. The ritual itself was breathtaking. Alan our guide was amazing in accompanying us around and showing us the local sights. He took us for trips in the area to experience local life. We had walks at sunset on the local fabulous beach, bought fresh spices from the local spice shop, and the visited the cotton factory amongst others. Going everywhere by local tuk tuk was such fun. Tellicherry is a lovely small town with a laid back vibe and very few tourists. We walked in with Alan one day to view the fort and town, a very pleasant morning. We arrived as strangers and left as friends! …
Tellicherry is off the beaten track and we saw no other tourists. A bustling little town with great markets and on the coast. The property is colonial style and a bit run down but it is clean and in it's day would have been very grand, don't let this put you off though - the welcome and warmth of the host was just lovely, we were taken to see the local sights and go to the markets to choose what we wanted for our dinners.You can walk around the town quite safely - any of the locals would be happy to help you. Faiza Moosa is one of the best chefs in Kerala and everywhere we stayed in India, everyone told us this. We had a great cookery lesson with her and bought her book (only £8.50), her and her husband and the small team they have here looked after us really well, nothing was too much trouble. It's one of those places that will stay with you - just dont expect your hairdryer to work; but to reiterate, it's clean, comfortable and the bathroom was large and well appointed.…
We stayed here for a couple of nights and enjoyed some lovely meals. The pool has had a leak which has not been mended and sleep was difficult with very noisy A/C (if it was working in your room, it wasn’t in all of them)
We stayed here for two nights and enjoyed the experience. Moosa is a knowledgeable and welcoming host, having to work extra hard while his wife, Faiza, was away. The food was authentic and full of flavour, especially after the early morning fish & vegetable market trip, which enabled us to choose our own ingredients - like kingfish, prawns and tapioca. The visit to a village Theyyam ritual will remain in our minds for a long time too, as will the cotton and cigar factory visits too. This is Moosa's house, not a luxury hotel, and we found it a refreshing change - especially with such helpful staff and agreeable fellow guests.
Ayesha Manzil is a lovely, old imposing colonial style mansion .On arriving here we were met by the owner who took us to our spacious room overlooking the sea. From that moment we were cosseted and so well looked after throughout our stay . Mrs Faiza Moosa is an excellent cook and she prepared us some super local dishes which we ate outside under the trees overlooking the sea below us. We were even fortunate enough to have a cookery lesson with Faiza on our second day there. Mr Moosa had taken us to the market early that morning to buy the fish and vegetables for our class and then a member of his staff took us sightseeing during the day which included going to a couple of festivals . This was all provided to us at no extra cost . We loved our stay here and all this home had to offer including its lovely owners .…