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We stayed at Cardamom House for only two nights but were looked after incredibly well by Dr Chris Lucas and his staff - excellent meals, including ‘light lunches’ of soup, fresh bread and fresh fruit when that was what we wanted. The situation is incredibly...More
We spent a very pleasant couple of days here. The site is on several levels but the steps are wide and well illuminated at night. Our room was called Pondicherry and was on the highest level, having fantastic view over the lake and hills from...More
Cardamom House was a lovely 2-night respite for me after visiting some of the cities in South India. The setting is exquisite: overlooking a lake, hills rising behind, and a lovely garden filled with birds. As a solo traveler, I appreciated the smallness of the...More
Lovely homestay in the middle of nowhere. We stayed 5 nights en-route from Tamil Nadu to Kerala and it provided a brilliant peaceful break after the temples and cities. There is a beautiful lake to walk around, and Athoor village is in walking distance but...More
Owned by a genial and very interesting retired British doctor with very kind and attentive staff. Very comfortable rooms, with wonderful views, lovely pool, and delicious food. We had a very interesting and informative guided walk by Pandi to Athoor and some of the other...More
Sorry about the delay but I was in the U.K.when you posted your question We have a Labrador dog ourselves and, provided your dog is toilet trained and well behaved (not aggressive, likely to attack other guests or eat their... More
Sorry about the delay but I was in the U.K.when you posted your question We have a Labrador dog ourselves and, provided your dog is toilet trained and well behaved (not aggressive, likely to attack other guests or eat their children) you will be welcome to let your pet enjoy a stay here! Bring all needs such as basket, blanket, toys, treats dog food etc and DO let us know in advance. Again sorry about the delay.