Granary Activity Stays


About palakkad

Palakkad in Central Kerala is known for its historical background and the remnants of Tippu Sulthan’s Fort are still maintained . Also  known as the land of Palmyras and Paddy fields, it serves as the primary granary of Kerala and is often referred to as the Gateway of Kerala. Nestled at the base of the imposing Western Ghats on the Kerala border, this city is encompassed by mountains, lush forests, fertile valleys, and abundant rivers and mountain streams. The region boasts a diverse range of flora and fauna, creating a scenic and ecologically rich environment.
Kozhinjampara is a town situated in the Palakkad district, along the border of Tamil Nadu. Life in the rural community of Kozhinjampara is simple yet enriching, laid-back yet filled with joy. Here, everyday occurrences transform into extraordinary experiences. Embrace the unassuming charm of rural life as it unfolds naturally around you. Discover beauty in the ordinary and allow the tranquility of the surroundings to resonate deeply within you. 
The holiday experience here is versatile, catering to every personality and need. It is particularly well-suited for individuals seeking personal time for self-development through activities like reading, contemplation, yoga, and meditation. Additionally, it accommodates the curious and outgoing individuals who are eager to explore and understand a new place, its people, and its culture.

Our Properties


This restored home built in 1865, unique for that time, reveals a distinctive colonial face on the outside with prominent pillars, arches and a grand elevated sloping tile roof, the inside was defined by the daily needs and agricultural lifestyle of the Gounders – with minimal rooms and large undefined spaces for storage.

Agraharam visit


An agraharam (Brahmin Street) welcomes you to similar-looking houses lining both sides of a road that leads to a temple, all following the traditional style of architecture. The Kalpathy Agraharam in Palakkad is one such place situated on the banks of River Kalpathy. The settlers here mainly belong to the Brahmin community, who fled from Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu during the 1790s fearing attack by Tipu Sultan. It is said that they were on their way to Kozhikode when en route the Raja of Palakkad provided them with a settlement at Kalpathy. The Brahmins set up an agraharam which is, today, a combination of four agraharams ” Chathapuram, Govindarajapuram, Old Kalpathy and New Kalpathy



The wildlife sanctuary, which had an area of 285 square kilometres (110 sq mi) was established in 1973. It is in the Sungam range of hills between the Anaimalai Hills and Nelliampathy Hills.[3][4][5] Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary was declared as part of the Parambikulam Tiger Reserve on 19 February 2010.[6][7][8] Including the buffer zone, the tiger reserve has a span of 643.66 km2. The Western Ghats, Anamalai Sub-Cluster, including all of Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a World Heritage Site.[9] The sanctuary is the home of four different tribes of indigenous peoples including the Kadar, Malasar, Muduvar and Mala Malasar settled in six colonies. Parambikulam Tiger Reserve implements the Participatory Forest Management Scheme (PFMS). People from tribal colonies inside the reserve are engaged as guides for treks and safaris, and are provided employment through various eco-tourism initiatives.[10][11] The tiger reserve hosts many capacity building training programmes conducted by Parambikulam Tiger Conservation Foundation in association with various organisations.



The performing arts of God’s Own Country have a special pull and connection amongst all audiences. On stage or by the road, the setting is never the primary attraction but rather, what steals the spotlight. It is the artists on stage with their movements, make-up and story telling. For centuries, they have colourfully presented great epics and acted as a mirror on the state of the society with their ever so subtle social criticism. They are important pillars of our heritage. Below we have listed some of the finest performing arts prevalent in Kerala



Silent Valley National Park is a national park in Kerala, India. It is located in the Nilgiri hills, has a core area of 89.52 km2 (34.56 sq mi), which is surrounded by a buffer zone of 148 km2 (57 sq mi). This national park has some rare species of flora and fauna. This area was explored in 1847 by the botanist Robert Wight.[2] It is located in the border of Mannarkkad Taluk of Palakkad district, Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district, Kerala, and Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu.

Tales from the loom


Handloom weaving was a common economic activity in this region until as recently as the beginning of the millennium. Like most social vocations this was practiced only by certain communities. The ones settled here originated from other parts of present-day Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh whose ancestors moved to this region in search of work. Many of these original families were directly employed by the royal court and nobility of the time.