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All reviewsleft end of the beachrestaurant reviewpalolem beachhot waterextreme endentire beachbit quieterstray dogshotel is situatedprivate beachdecent place to stayend of the seasonthe food is greaton the rocksbreakfast includedsouth endfour nights
Fabulous restaurant Kumar who owns the restaurant is absolutely lovely along with his wife and new baby and the staff were great too, everyone is so friendly it’s a pleasure eating there and his food is delicious. Look forward to seeing everyone next year. Denize...More
This place has pros and cons.
On a positive note: the room was lovely, spacious, clean and comfortable. A lovely private balcony overlooking the sea. Bathroom was a good size and there was a fridge in the room.
Great location, at the southern end of...More
Absolutely fantastic place. Lovely clean and well maintained cabins on the beach, lovely people, the best beach, fantastic food - especially their Indian specialities, great cocktails and great service. Breakfast and coffee is great too. I Highly recommended to stay here. Would love to come...More
We spent eight days here, super friendly staff and we loved the bungalows. Very relaxed atmosphere. We will definently return here the next time we visit Goa.
The kids fell in love with the hotell dog Brownie :)
If you really want du relax -> do it here ! This is the place to be in Goa and in my opinion the nicest at this beach. Please keep it clean like it still is.
Only one thing: get your dogs be quiet especially...More
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My answer is based on my experience at the end of last year. I don’t recall a safe in the room. I couldn’t find ATMs anywhere along/near the beach. There are some money exchangers at the entrance to the beach (~10 minute... More
My answer is based on my experience at the end of last year. I don’t recall a safe in the room. I couldn’t find ATMs anywhere along/near the beach. There are some money exchangers at the entrance to the beach (~10 minute walk?) but no ATM. The closest ATM was at the small town that was a few kms away. I can’t recal the name of the town but it’s probably the nearest small town and a rickshaw to the town costs approximately 200 rupees.