We enjoyed the Kumarakom Lake Resort although it was more "earthy" than many of the hotels we stayed in during our India trip. The bathroom was outside and while private, it was too open for my liking. The heavy wooden doors with big locks were harder to work. The room itself was large and nice but somewhat rustic. The grounds were very pretty, and we enjoyed our meals there. We also had enjoyable entertainment on the grounds. Mosquitoes were kept at bay by frequent sprayings.
If you stay here, be sure and walk around the neighborhood and meet the children and families who are out. It is a warm, interesting area which give you a good view of the people and culture and the way they live there. People in our group brought pens and candy for the children which they loved.More
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