family run homestay, guesthouse, b and b with clean room, comfortable bed and aircon
private entrace to the guest rooms with private keys.
away from the touristic crowd walking distance to all tourist attractions of fortcochin and mattancherry
adams wood house - a boutique homestay, guesthouse, b and b in fort cochin with 4 rooms is now opened for tourist who looks for a clean, comfortable, safe and friendly stay in fort cochin
we are located behind saga in a silent residential street
walkable distance to jewish town and fort cochin beach
easily reachable to alleppey, varkala, munnar, waynad, kumarkom, kodanad, athirampally and other tourist places by road
CHINESE FISHING NETS - These fixed, cantilevered fishing nets, at the entrance of the harbour and along the backwaters, were introduced by traders from the court of Kublai Khan. Records show that they were first erected between AD 1350 and 1450. The best place to watch these nets is from Vasco da Gama square, a narrow promenade that lies parallel to the beach.
DUTCH CEMETERY - Consecrated in 1724, here’s an authentic reminder of the many men and women from Europe who came down all the way to play out their roles in the colonial 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Open only to group visitors.
FORT COCHIN BEACH - An ideal place for an evening stroll and to watch a spectacular sunset. Bathing and swimming are not recommended here. The colourful carnival at New Year’s Eve is a feature of this beach. Other pastimes include sampling gourmet seafood, shopping for shawls, carpets, handicrafts, and exotic trinkets; or watching a Kathakali performance, the traditional and brilliantly colourful dance form of Kerala.
INDO-PORTUGUESE MUSEUM - Located within the compound of the beautiful 1506 Bishop’s House, the museum established in a seperate building showcases artefacts like statues and coins left back by the Portuguese.
PARADE GROUND - Covering more than four acres, this large open ground was used by the Portuguese, the Dutch, and the British for conducting military drills and parades during the colonial years. The defence establishments of these powers were housed in some of the elegant buildings surrounding the ground. Located adjacent to St Francis’ church, the ground today serves largely as a recreation and sporting turf.
SANTA CRUZ BASILICA - Originally built by the Portuguese, this church was elevated to a Cathedral by Pope Paul IV in 1558. The church was totally demolished by the British who took over Cochin in 1795. Later Bishop Dom Gomez Ferreira commissioned a new building in 1887. Santa Cruz was finally proclaimed a Basilica by Pope John Paul II in 1984. The basilica, situated close to the St. Francis Church, has some beautiful paintings. Open 5.30 AM to 12 Noon, 3 PM to 7.30 PM. Sunday 5.30 AM to 12 Noon, 4.30 PM to 7.30 PM. Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
wifi connectivity inside rooms
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you are in safe hands.
we dont have any rules for guest.
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after working for taj hotels and sheraton jumeirah dubai i started my own guesthouse, homestay, b and b in fort kochi, kerala
adams wood house is
recommended on trip advisor.
rated excellent by our guest.