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Court Road, Thalassery 670101 India
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#1 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Thalassery

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.

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QueenieDevon wrote a review Nov 2017
Cardiff, United Kingdom106 contributions50 helpful votes
Food exquisite and delicious home cooking. Very welcoming. Mr Moosa is a star and his wife Faiza is a jewel. A unique property of historic importance so one should not expect the latest version of facilities. Personally I cannot recommend this place because facilities are poor eg no hot water in my room but others did. Bathroom not cleaned well, electric sockets did not work. Air conditioning too noisy to use at night. Room housekeeping almost non existent.
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Date of stay: November 2017
pieter111 wrote a review Nov 2017
Geel, Belgium1364 contributions161 helpful votes
Have a bit of mixed feeling about this Homestay. Owner and staff are fab and very helpful keeping hospitality high on agenda. With simple asks we’re giving tour of the city visiting the fort, 200+year old mosque, markets, weavers, tobacco factory etc. Big kudos to Alex, our interim tour-guide. Rooms and house are spacious, originally decorated from the 1900’s yet in need of a bit of renovation adding slight modern touch. (Just a drop) Food is more than good, actually excellent, top! What stroke most, in need of urgent revamping, in need of upkeep, is the driveway, garden and pool. It’s a shame to see estate being neglected, not well looked at. Overall would recommend the place Rooms +++ Food +++++ Staff +++++ Price/quality +++(+)
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Date of stay: November 2017
Eli B wrote a review Jul 2017
Sydney, Australia3697 contributions3009 helpful votes
I have grown to love generously proportioned heritage bungalow and this property perched on a hill with an outlook across the Arabian Sea is one to savour. Dinner on the terrace is pure magic where food is the ultimate accolade, the heady aromas of spice and its so nice to wake up in the morning to the smell of fried battura and pathiri with heavenly ground rice and egg dumplings with sweet cardamom syrup. For me it was the fried spiced sea mullet with a salsa but when i tasted the fish biryani. My thanks eternal for this experience.
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Date of stay: June 2017
jane h wrote a review Jun 2017
18 contributions5 helpful votes
We could not have been made to feel more welcome by Faiza and her team . The rooms had a lot of colonial charm . We were taken to see a local religious festival which was an amazing experience and the local villagers made us so welcome not an opportunity to miss . The food was incredible and the cooking lesson fun , so was the shopping in the market A great experience .
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Date of stay: April 2017
JP_SY wrote a review May 2017
Garden of England8 contributions4 helpful votes
After a very tiring, 1½ hour late, 8 ½ hour train journey to Thalassery we were taken for the short journey from station to Ayisha Manzil in a vintage Ambassador taxi; delighted for the opportunity to experience that iconic car. We were warmly greeted by Faiza, Moosa was apparently away. The 19thC colonial house is lovely, with wonderful wooden floors, antique furniture and family treasures in beautiful cabinets. The bedroom was huge, with a four-poster double bed each, both draped with a net. The dressing/bathroom area was down large wooden steps, not too easy for a night-time visit! The shower was very grand, architectural may best describe it, with shiny white tiles and sharp corners and definitely not “non-slip”. You may need your own toiletries here, as only a mini bar of
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Date of stay: March 2017
IndiaKeralaKannur DistrictThalassery
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