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A Beach Side Resort Trivandrum beach  

St.Xaviers’s college P.O, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. Phone: +91 487 2420556,  Mobile: +91 98471 78455, +44 70 3183 6701 (UK) Send us an inquiry
Wild Palms on Sea Homestay aesthetically developed on the shores of Arabian Sea coast is a hub for fun and relaxation with its exotic tropical beauty and beaches. Known for its outstanding style, comfort and services, Wild palm Homes stay provides breathtaking panoramic view. Unmatched for its ethnic charm, exquisite beauty and excellent quality service, it is indeed a home away from home.
 
Wild Palms on Sea Homestay is located at the beach front on the Arabian sea coast. It is situated in a small fishing village called Puthenthope which is in the outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram.

 
The long sandy beach at the front of the Homestay is the main attraction. The swimming Pool and the Jaccuzzi in it are the other facilities this Homestay offer. The attractive main front gate and the building are built in Kerala style architecture.
 
The seaside operation started at the end of November 2005. The Homestay is owned and run by Justin and Hilda Pereira who have ample experience in running their homestay in Thiruvananthapuram city.
 

Facilities

Direct access to the sea and the long sandy beach.
Palmshaded sandy rest area inside the compound.
Swimming Pool with Jaccuzzi.
Main building has ensuite bedrooms and balcony with seaview.

 

 

Cottage rooms have front Verandah.
Hot and Cold water in modern bathrooms.
Cable TV and Telephone in every room.
Breakfast Lunch and Dinner served in our elegant dining room.
 
Ample parking facility and 24 hour security.
Ayurvedic Massage arranged on request.
Local sightseeing arranged on request.
Snacks and refreshments available.
Provides 24 hour Internet facility
 

 
Tariff on CP basis (March - June)
 
Single room - Rs 1350
Double room - Rs 1600

Extra bed - Rs 400
A/C - Rs 500
 

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