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Brunton Boatyard
Ranked #10 of 207 Hotels in Kochi (Cochin)
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Singapore, Singapore
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“Unique location full of history!”
Reviewed 3 January 2014

CGH Earth have two hotels in Fort Cochin but Brunton is their masterpiece where history and simple luxury are mixed to create a great experience. This is a conversion of a disused boatyard which has cleverly created a property which feels like it has been hotel since the 19 century. The rooms are spacious, well appointed with a colonial style. Each room overlooks the harbour giving guests ring side seats to the hustle and bustle of a thriving city. Cochin is a busy harbour so there is a great deal of boat traffic of all sizes which can create quite a ding! The hotel provides ear plugs for guests wishing to sleep on in the morning.
The hotel offers 3 restaurants (multi-cuisine, gourmet Indian & fish) where hotel guests and passers-by will enjoy good service and good food.
The hotel also offers hotel guests a sunset harbour cruise which is a great way to get a better understanding of Cochin's layout and great views of its heritage.
This is one of CGH Earth's larger properties which, at times, suffers from a lack of attention to detail hence my not rating it "Excellent"

  • Stayed December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Dear Sir

Thank you for staying with us. I am happy that you have enjoyed the place and promise you of superlative experience when you are here next. The view of the harbour is not only beautiful but also exciting to watch and can be best experienced on the sunset cruise. We hope to see you back soon.

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Radhakrishna Shenoi
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Brunton Boatyard, A CGH Earth Experience.
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Reviewed 3 January 2014

A beautiful hotel with impeccable service. We had a ground floor room overlooking the water. Lovely warm pool just outside. Loved the evening cookery demonstrations and the complimentary harvour tour on the boat. Enjoyed eating outside downstairs and in the more formal restaurant upstairs. First Class Lamb Curry is a must. A perfect start to our holiday in Kerala. Part of the Clean Green and Healthy group of hotels. Look up the others as well - they are equally good.

  • Stayed November 2013, travelled with friends
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FEEDBACKfromCGHEarth, General Manager at Brunton Boatyard, responded to this review, 6 February 2014
Dear Madam

Thank you for choosing to stay at Brunton Boatyard. I am indeed happy that you have enjoyed the offering. The First class Railway mutton curry is one of our signature dish and the one Rich Stein commented on to be the best mutton curry he has ever had. Thank you for experiencing us and we hope to see you on your next visit.

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Reviewed 27 December 2013

We stayed in Hotel Brunton Boatyard for 2 nights in October. The first thing that is to be said about Brunton Boatyard is its location.

Brunton Boatyard is located in picturesque Fort Kochi, right at the harbor front on the estuary.The area adjoining the Brunton Boatyard, we found out is full of secrets, surprises and delights; sights, sounds and smells; waiting to be discovered by the curious and discerning visitor. Quant old narrow lanes lined by curio shops; colonial buildings of different architectural influences and character; churches (of different persuasions of the Christian faith), mosques and even a synagogue; medieval warehouses and shops redolent with the fragrance of spices, herbs, scents and oils; art galleries; cafes, restaurants and fish stalls (where you can buy your fish fresh and get it cooked in the nearby restaurant); curious Chinese fishing nets on the sea front and grand old bungalows all combined with a laid back unhurried atmosphere lend Fort Kochi a magical feel, almost as it were in a time warp.

In its earlier incarnation, Brunton Boatyard used to be an old Victorian Shipbuilding yard called “Geo Brunton and Sons”, which with the passage of time and later in its life had fallen into bad days. A little over a decade back, it was cleverly and painstakingly converted into a beautiful hotel by its present owners – the CHG Earth Group. As the hotel’s web site rightly states, the Burnton Boatyard hotel has recreated “the world of 19th century Malabar, using the precise building materials of the time - brick, lime, wood and terracotta”.

Representing the 19th century architectural history of Fort Kochi, the property reflects a beautiful synthesis of Portuguese, Dutch and English design and architectural influence, along with the traditional aesthetic sensibility of Kerala. It is said that Salman Rushdie admired this place so much that he based the first chapters of his book The Moor's Last Sigh here.

Entering the Hotel through the garden in its cobbled forecourt, we were received in the traditional Indian style – with fragrant little garlands and were offered our welcome drink. I must say, the staff at the front office set the perfect tone for our stay, striking all the right notes with their professionalism, subtle warmth, charm and congeniality.

The first thing that struck me was the reception and the open space lobby (which also doubles as a tea parlour), with its high wooden ceiling and the exceedingly charming, hand pulled fans (known as Punkhas) from yesteryears. These Punkhas are basically simple suspended mechanical contraptions made of long, horizontal polished wooden panels and pleats of thick fabric attached to the lower end of wooden panels. These panels are attached to thick chords which when pulled by someone specifically appointed to do so, these worked as gigantic but gently swaying fans. Of course there days there are electrical fans and there Punkhas are no longer in regular. You can nevertheless see a demonstration of how it works and even try it out yourself.

The Hotel has simple, immaculately maintained whitewashed masonry walls and the floor is paved with polished deep ochre terracotta tiles, which add an element of elegance and dignified restraint to the decor.

One long side of the lobby has deep arched windows (clearly of Portuguese influence) and the other side has arched pillars that opened into a lush green inner garden, which enable a beautiful interplay of natural light and air. In addition to the beautiful wood and wicker furniture that is set out harmoniously within the tea lounge, there are artefacts, which along with warm lighting in the evenings, conjure an ambiance of a period long past. I thought the hotelier had done an incredibly good job with the restoration of the place.

Our room was spacious and beautifully done, with a meticulous attention to details. The first thing I checked out was the tea bar and I found as many as six different kinds of teas, including my favorite Darjeeling second flush. And these were not tea bags that you often find in many good hotels – they were tea leaves in little air-tight jars, which I thought was impressive. And there was a charming balcony with wicker chairs and a broad wood top banister, which was to serve as the perfect space to have our morning and evening tea.

Being on the top floor, our ceiling was high and we could see the beautiful wood work above us. The room was furnished with heavy and stately teak and rosewood furniture. The highlight of our room however was the massive four-poster, heavy teakwood bed. It was so high that they had placed a wooden step to climb on to it! Needless to say, housekeeping was impeccable, the linen was great, the bed was extremely comfortable and we slept like logs in the two nights we spent there.

While the suite had a wonderful quaint character, the bathroom was totally modern and chic. In addition to a shower cubicle, it had a bath tub next to the large windows that opened into the balcony. If one wants, one can have a luxurious bath in the tub, with a wonderful view of the harbor.

The toiletries provided were herbal; most of the packaging was of recycled paper and the shampoo, conditioner and body-wash were provided in reusable little ceramic pots. There was minimal use of plastic, which I thought was great.

Early in the morning, while having our tea in the balcony, we watched the harbor gradually come to life. Below, to the left, next to an old sprawling tree, we could see the public ferry which transported people and vehicles between Fort Kochi other Islands on the Vembanad Lake and to the mainland of Ernakulam. From our third floor balcony, we enjoyed the early morning balmy sea breeze along with the sights and sounds of the ferry, passenger motorboats, smaller boats and canoes and the occasional large vessel cruising along the harbor. Some might find it a bit noisy during the day (and the hotel did provide ear plugs for those who wanted to have a nap during the day), but we loved it and found the earplugs,unnecessary.

We also spent some relaxing hours in the inner garden with its little rain water harvesting wells and lush vegetation; walking over the damp grass barefoot, sitting on the bench under the beautiful Frangipani tree and under the sprawling canopy of the big old Rain-tree with its spread out and gently swaying moss laden branches. Checking out on the little rain water harvesting wells in the garden, I was impressed at the lengths Brunton Boatyard had gone in terms of leaving behind a strong eco-friendly footprint. Rain water is regularly harvested through pipes running along the roof and is collected in a tank where it is filtered through a natural filtration process using sand filters and then treated with alum. This water is then supplied to the guest rooms and other facilities in the property.

Another incredible feature of this hotel was its amazing food. With three restaurants, including the roof top Terrace restaurant, the hotel does set a benchmark or sorts on this. From breakfast to snacks to lunch and dinner menu, the hotel seemed to be doggedly committed to offering nothing but the best.

Breakfast, which was included in our tariff, was a sumptuous a la carte affair. And we had the choice of having it either inside at the Armory Café or outside at the patio, overlooking the harbor. Apart from fresh cut seasonal fruit and fruit juices, a platter of freshly baked breads, cakes and muffins and butter, organic jams and preserves, you could order a full English breakfast or a full Kerala breakfast – vegetarian or non vegetarian. While I went for the traditional Kerala vegetarian breakfast (of delicious soft Idli, Vadai, Dosai along with an assortment of Chutneys and Saambar), our daughter had her choice of eggs, her chocolate drink while my wife had a Kerala non-vegetarian breakfast. My wife raved about the meatballs and rice dumplings in gravy, which if I am not mistaken is a dish made by Muslims of the Vaippin Island.

The best part of the breakfast I thought was that is that they did not serve a typical breakfast buffet. Instead every dish was prepared fresh after we placed the order. The choice therefore was not vast, but what we got was custom made for us and we got the best.

Now before I go on to describe a bit more on the food that is available in the restaurants, some history would be in order. Just as the architecture in Fort Kochi, multiple colonial, ethnic and cultural influences can be seen on its cuisine as well. The Syrian Christians of Fort Kochi have their special meat dishes, in particular pork based dishes that are supposed to go very well with traditional Kerala rice dumplings and pan cakes called Appams. Similarly, the Dutch who came to Fort Kochi, enriched their desserts with fragrant Kerala spices such as cinnamon, star anise and nutmeg. Also the forefathers of Jews of Kochi, how barely a handful, are said to have brought to Kochi their unique cuisine which blends middle-eastern cuisine with that of Kerala’s. Needless to say, Muslims brought the Biriyani and the Kababs. The Red Chili, which is so ubiquitous in Indian cuisine is said to have been introduced into the Indian cuisine by the Portuguese and for the first time, in Kochi.

The main History Restaurant, where lunch and dinner is served offers many fusion dishes that are an outcome of the Portuguese, Dutch, English, Jewish, Arabic influences on local culinary tradition. The Appams and Stu (made with coconut milk, herbs and spices) were the best we had during our entire trip in Kerala.

Because of my interest in food, I checked out the menus in the Armoury and the History restaurants diligently. In offer, I thought was limited, but rather unique and curious dishes. Some the interesting dishes included example; the ‘First Class Railway Mutton Curry’, the ‘Mrs’s Fish’, ‘Malabar Omelet’, ‘Beef Cutlets’, ‘Syrian Roast Duck’, ‘Portuguese Roast Pork’, Chuttulli Meen (a fish preparation of Jewish origin using fillets of Indian salmon) and ‘Bristow Camp Potatoes’. And then you had what is called the ‘Stake Fernandez’ – a succulent meat dish coated with a crust of Malabar Gold (crushed black pepper if you like). On top of this, you always had the traditional Kerala vegetarian cuisine.

Now you may ask what the ‘First Class Railway Mutton Curry’ is all about and hence some explanation will be in order. According to Brunton Boatyard, this dish “has a very romantic history dating back to the old steam engines. In the British era, the first class compartments on trains were reserved for the English and their families. The mutton curry that the ‘Khansamers’ (or Muslim cooks) made for the Indian passengers were too spicy for the ‘sahibs’, but apparently once an Englishman tasted it and quite took to it. So, a toned down version with coconut milk was made for the first class passengers, and became a staple on the old-era trains”.

At Brunton, it is said that the chef follows this old Anglo-Indian or if youlike, Indo-British recipe faithfully, including preparing the dish in brass vessel as it used to be done in the past. The mutton is cooked on a slow flame; it is said for as long as ten hours - rendering the meat tender, succulent and bursting with exotic flavors.

In the evenings, the hotel also arranges brief cooking demonstrations on the grill at the Terrace Restaurant, where you can get to see the preparation of some of the celebrated fusion dishes. Unfortunately, since we did not have time, as much as we wanted to, we could not attend the demo. In the ground floor, there is also an interesting, colonial looking bar, called the Armory Bar, next to the Armory café, where we had our breakfasts. Being a teetotaler, I didn’t try the Bar. But I am told it serves very good cocktails in addition to a good selection of alcohol, including wines.

The property also has a little Ayurvedic center where traditional synchronized Kerala Herbal massages are provided by a pair of expert masseurs, who work on tandem symmetrically on your body. Unfortunately, again because we didn’t have enough time, we could not try it out.

Another distinguishing feature of this property was its staff. Friendly, and courteous, we found that every staff went much beyond their call of duty to make us feel special. And they did this in the subtlest possible ways, without being intrusive. They lent great warmth to our stay, unlike in many opulent but impersonal five star hotels.

As mentioned earlier, Brunton Boatyard also has a strategic advantage in terms of its proximity to the various attractions of Fort Kochi like the St Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica, the Dutch Cemetery and numerous other old historical buildings. The picture postcard like Chinese fishing nets are barely a few minutes walking distance and so are the markets, restaurants (particularly those in which you can buy your own fish from the nearby fishermen and get them cooked) and historical sites. However it is always hot in Kerala, even in the so called coolest season. So other than early mornings and late evenings, we chose not to walk.

In our first evening, we went on a beautiful cruise along the harbor and the tail end of the estuary. While cruising slowly along the harbor, we went past Fort Kochi and Mattancherry and through many beautiful Islands (Vallarpadom, which has the new port Vaippin, Gundu, Boulghatty, Willingdon etc). We saw fishermen towards the close of work as well as the fishing harbors, fish processing units, ice factories and the old spice warehouses along the banks. Our cruise ended as the sun slowly set on the shimmering waters, with the enigmatic Chinese fishing nets on the foreground.

Highly nuanced, the property combines traditional Indian hospitality with subtly imbibed multiple colonial influences. Comfortable (bordering on the luxurious), elegant and brimming with character and vibe, in my view, Brunton Boatyard would be a “Boutique” Hotel of choice for a modern, discerning gourmet traveler, with an interest in history, culture and local cuisine.

  • Stayed October 2013, travelled with family
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FEEDBACKfromCGHEarth, General Manager at Brunton Boatyard, responded to this review, 6 February 2014
Dear Mr Sengupta

The review is incredible and we are in awe of detailing provided. It is so much better than how we explain about the hotel to our guest. We appreciate the patience and efforts taken to do this. We are extremely happy to know that you and your family enjoyed the Brunton experience. We look forward to your next stay at Brunton. Thank you again for this fantastic review.

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Radhakrishna Shenoi
General Manager
Brunton Boatyard, A CGH Earth Experience.
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Reviewed 23 December 2013

I stayed in Brunton Boatyard, The hotel is simply superb and they have maintained the property very well.The staff is very polite and helpful and goes extra mile to take care of the guests.
The rooms facing the harbour are superb. The decor is simple but exceedingly well maintained and definitely an experience in itself to stay here.The breakfast is very good and the staff is also very good. Overall a very pleasurable stay. The tea in room is very good.

Room Tip: One should opt for room facing the Harbour , though it may be a bit noisy but it has lot of activity...
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  • Stayed November 2013, travelled with family
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FEEDBACKfromCGHEarth, General Manager at Brunton Boatyard, responded to this review, 6 February 2014
Dear Sir

We thank you for being with us. As hoteliers what gives us pleasure more than anything else is to know that you have enjoyed every bit of your time here.
We call it the tea tasting box and it offers a unique experience and relevance to fort kochi, as it is from here still that tea is exported to the world. We hope to see you back on your next visit.

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Radhakrishna Shenoi
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Reviewed 10 December 2013

Just had a dinner here with family and friends. Great food !! Sea food counter had some really interesting stuff.!! Great Service !! A very well maintained Hotel with great ambience !!Good views to the harbour !!

  • Stayed November 2013, travelled with family
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FEEDBACKfromCGHEarth, General Manager at Brunton Boatyard, responded to this review, 9 January 2014
Dear Mr Thomas

Thank you for dining with us and enjoying the culinary experience of Brunton

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Radhakrishna Shenoi
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Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 7 December 2013

A wonderful hotel with excellent service, great atmosphere, good dining and wonderful location. The swimming pool is perfect on a hot day. Quality of sleep is topnotch! Get a room overlooking the harbour and they give you earplugs so the boats won't disturb your sleep. Wifi is free and the password is changed daily.

  • Stayed December 2013, travelled as a couple
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FEEDBACKfromCGHEarth, General Manager at Brunton Boatyard, responded to this review, 9 January 2014
Dear Guest

Thank you for being with us and for this wonderful review. I am happy that you have enjoyed the Brunton Hospitality. Looking forward to seeing you on your next trip to Kochi.

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Radhakrishna Shenoi
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Reviewed 3 December 2013

I was travelling with a book club that reads then travel to the places where the books take place. We spent 3 nights at the Brunton Boatyard. It was a lovely experience. Mornings on our balcony watching the activity on the water, breakfast on the patio , afternoon strolls in Cochin , swimming, even sunset cruise, they have it all and know how to make you feel at home. I will go back.

Room Tip: Our room was on the ground level close to the dining room, looking out on the water. Prefect
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  • Stayed February 2013, travelled with friends
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FEEDBACKfromCGHEarth, General Manager at Brunton Boatyard, responded to this review, 9 January 2014
Dear Madam

Thank you for staying at Brunton and for the review. I am glad that you have thoroughly enjoyed the hotel as well as the destination and that too in the most relaxing way. I welcome you back in advance and hope to see you soon.

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Property: Brunton Boatyard
Address: Calwati Road | Fort Cochin, Kochi (Cochin) 682001, India
Region: India > Kerala > Kochi (Cochin)
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#4 Luxury Hotel in Kochi (Cochin)
#4 Romantic Hotel in Kochi (Cochin)
#15 Family Hotel in Kochi (Cochin)
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:5 star — Brunton Boatyard 5*
Number of rooms: 26
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