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.
We enjoyed our two-night stay at the Ayesha Manzil. As other reviews indicate, this homestay is quirky, interesting and gives a good insight into the historic past of colonial Thalessary. Mr Moosa was away attending a family wedding, so it was left to Mrs Moosa and Alan, the house guide to welcome us. The welcome was genuine and warm but it is fair to say we were a little overwhelmed by the list of ‘optional’ tours that the house provides whilst we drank our welcome lime soda drink at the house. Be ready to ask for some time to contemplate what you want to do in the time available to you. The interior of the house is dark with huge wooden furniture dating from the time the house was home to British tea-traders. The rooms are large with once-grand bathrooms (down tiled steps – be…
We stayed here for 2 nights as part of our tour of Kerala. We were late arriving due to the train delays but we received a warm welcome.The accommodation is quirky as described in others reviews but we had a spacious bedroom,dressing area and bathroom.All of the staff were helpful and the food was delicious. Alan the house guide gave us a full itinerary of the local area and this was really helpful meaning we saw much more than we could have arranged ourselves.He also helped my friend locate suitable shops. We decided against using the pool but enjoyed sitting beside it.
We stayed 2 nights with Moosa, Faiza and their staff. Moosa took us to the market in the morning and Faiza made us dinner with what we bought. The house itself is an old Indian Bungalow with huge rooms. Their guide Alan took us to a village dance festival which was amazing.
We had a 2 night stay at this wonderful home stay. It was a great experience from the wonderful welcome to visiting the markets to buy the fish, vegetables and fresh spices for our dinner which was cooked as part of a cooking lesson with Faiza who is so knowledgable about Malabar coast food. Mr Moosa was a fantastic host from whom we learned so much about North Kerala. We were also lucky to experience the annual Theyyam festival whilst we were there. We would strongly recommend staying there.
Massive rooms in a beautiful old mansion. Moosa and Faiza take great care to ensure that your stay soaks up the local culture and the home cooked food was fabulous. The morning trip to the fish and vegetable stalls was incredible and you are allowed to request what you want to eat for lunch and dinner.