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.
Moosa and Faiza make their guests welcome at their magnificent old house. The rooms are huge and interesting. The food from Faiza's kitchen is a real local treat, we even helped make her famous fish biryani. Walking from the property is not possible but many local sights can be reached by tuk tuk or taxi.
Stayed for 2 nights. Moosa is quite a character and he and his wife Faiza are excellent hosts. Food throughout our stay was of a very high quality - and we enjoyed our trip down to the fish market to collect our evening meal! As an old colonial building the furnishings and accommodation certainly reflect that era but only add to the experience. Highly recommended.
If you want a genuine insight into life in Kerala and Keralan cooking at its finest then Ayesha Manzil is perfect. From the hustle bustle of the fish market and the huge variety of local produce to witnessing the amazing spectacle of the Hindu Theyyam Festival. Faiza and Moosa are perfect hosts and Faiza cooks amazing meals but in line with other comments I have seen, the house is faded elegance and I genuinely hope it survives in today's increasingly sterile hotel environments.
Moosa and Fiada welcomed us to their homestay with jasmine flowers and a refreshing glass of home made lime soda – a Keralan specialty. They made us feel welcome, their staff took our bags, and showed us around. The house sits atop a hill overlooking the Arabian sea. The house was clearly once grand, with a sweeping veranda and a gracious entryway. But the roof tiles are broken, the pool is a murky green, there are some cracked windows and the landscaping has been neglected. The interior of the house is dark (a necessity in the heat and humidity of Thalessary), with huge wooden furniture dating from the time the time the house was home to British tea-traders. The rooms are large, spare, with once-grand bathrooms and massive beds draped with mosquito netting. Our room had good…
A home stay, we were the only guests at the time and the welcome and hospitality were second to none. We only wish we had stayed for more than one night as there was so much more to see. The accommodation was more homely than 4 star but suited our requirements. We were sorry that Faiza was absent during our stay but this did not affect the quality of the food, Eggy bread (Indian Style) for breakfast. Would thoroughly recommend, real Indian hospitality.