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For the 4th time in 6 years we have stayed at The Old Lighthouse Bristow, this time for 10 days.
The staff is excellent, creating a very cordial and welcoming atmosphere, both in the reception area and in the gourmet restaurant . The hotel is...More
We stayed here for two nights and really enjoyed our time here. The hotel really seemed to have the best location in the area, whether it was for sun downers in the evening or watching dolphins in the bay over breakfast. It is just a...More
This hotel is on the ocean. While none of the rooms have an ocean view, there are small, outdoor couches facing the ocean. It is nice to sit on these comfortable couches, feel the ocean breeze and drink a beer - all of which is...More
The rooms are tired and some overlook the bins at the back of the kitchen. The a/c unit was very old and noisy and kept us awake. The bathroom was tired and the water pressure poor. I had 2 luke warm showers. The breakfast is...More
Very nice hotel with exceptionally helpful and friendly staff. Basic but comfortable air conditioned rooms and a very varied restaraunt menu with excellent good value dishes. Good situation right on the sea next to Kochi beach - worth a visit to watch the dolphins in...More
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There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a... More
There are a number of places of interest around Fort Kochi. If you are a foodie, there are numerous quirky cafes all over the neighbourhood like The Teapot Cafe. The best meal we had was the fish procured from a local fisherman and taken to a sidewalk shack which cooked it as per our choice (for a charge of courde)
The spice market is where you can buy fresh spices at wholesale rates as well as pre-packaged masalas for cooking along with attached recipes. Any rick driver will gladly take you there.
There are also several important churches around as well as the Jewish quarter.
My suggestion is that you look at the Things to do section of Fort Kochi on Tripadvisor.
Have a great holiday!