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Heritage ‘Mana’

In Malayalam, Mana means home of Kerala Brahmins. Manas used to belong to the priestly Brahmin caste of Kerala, namely Namboothiris. The Village has 2 heritage Manas. The walls and ceiling are completely of wood. The characteristic pattern of wood work is termed ‘Ara & Nira’. There are 3 bedrooms in one and one bedroom in the other. There is a nice Varanda stretched around the entire length and breadth of the Mana. The single bed Mana has a varanda, and on both ends of the varanda there is a designated area to sit down, read or just relax. Both Manas have attics with a wooden staircase. On the back side of the Mana, down below is a vast resplendent rice field. The bedrooms are air conditioned.

Mana Features at a glance:

Single bedded Mana.

  • Attached Bathroom
  • Large bed
  • Living room
  • Attic
  • Plunge Pool
  • A well is present; typical of all old Manas.
  • Air conditioned

3 bedded Mana

  • Bedrooms can be used for single occupancy, or get connected to accommodate larger groups.
  • 3 plunge pools
  • Attic
  • Air conditioned


There are 4 cottages each having single bedrooms with AC. The attached bathrooms are quite spacious. Sit-out faces the ever green paddy field. Papaya, Sapota tree, Jack fruit tree, mango tree, Banana plant all grow around the cottages. There are huge Nutmeg Trees and black pepper vines throughout the property.


Veedu in Malayalam means House/Home. The village complex has 2 Veedus with a total of 10 bedrooms. These are typical Kerala houses from the 80’s. All houses have large bathrooms and a few have Bathtubs in them. Air Conditioned.