The Village Guest
House is situated at the back of sleepy Palolem
village, overlooking rice fields and mountains, yet is only five
minutes walk from the beach, main shopping and dining areas of Palolem.
The Village Guest House is a eight bed roomed guesthouse
is situated at the back of sleepy Palolem village
South Goa. The house is only a short rickshaw hop
to laid back Patnem beach, and within easy striking distance to
the idyllic beaches of Agonda and Galgibag.
Facilities & Amenities:
- Free wi-fi access
- DVD Player on request (when available) and access to DVD
- Cable TV (inc HBO, Star Movies, ESPN, Star Sports, BBC World)
- Laundry Service, including ironing
- In room massage service (subject to availability)
- Laptop hire (subject to availability)
- Iron and ironing board on request
- Restaurant take-away service ( supply the menus to favorite
restaurants, you choose – pick it up)
- Concierge service – well we'll tell you about all
Air conditioning, cable TV, beautiful en-suite bathrooms and Wi-Fi
come as standard. Although only have eight bedrooms all are
designed and decorated with a modern European sensibility, yet with
touches of the Far East everywhere. The six double rooms all have
four poster beds. The two twin bedrooms are large and cool, and were
designed to fit together perfectly if you need a really big bed. The
spacious, exquisite bathrooms offer you the best shower experience
in town – all the hot water is solar heated. Breakfast is usually
taken in the shady garden, Drinks can be taken in the garden or on
the first floor veranda.
Everything in the house has been locally sourced, all the house furniture
has been handcrafted in a small village near Agonda, the cane furniture
comes from Karwar, the ceramics – all Indian, the linen Bombay
Dyeing. The soft furnishings from Living Concept in Margao. Only the
washing machine (Korea) and the vermouth (Italy) were imported.
For the discerning traveler or holidaymaker, not the average backpacker,
the Village Guesthouse offers comforts and style associated with much
more expensive establishments.