Jai Lake House

Escape to a tranquil island village, Perumbalam, frozen in time, where our holiday home with a serene pool awaits by the backwaters. Just 16 kms from the Kochi city, this lake house offers the ideal retreat to unwind. Stroll along the village lanes to immerse yourself in the local way of life, or simply indulge in a leisurely day by the pool, with breathtaking lake views as your backdrop. The only disruption? The occasional motorboat, essential for islanders’ transportation.

Situated on a sprawling 2500 square meter plot, The Lake House boasts an idyllic setting facing the pristine Vembanad Lake. Vembanad, renowned as India’s longest lake and Kerala’s largest, is celebrated for its enchanting backwaters. Our accommodations comprise five air-conditioned rooms housed in two meticulously crafted cottages. Four of these rooms are situated on the ground level, with an additional room on the first floor. Every aspect of the buildings has been thoughtfully designed to ensure the preservation of the delicate lakefront environment. Each room is thoughtfully furnished with modern amenities while preserving the traditional elements of architecture, offering guests a comfortable and culturally rich experience. During your stay, guests have exclusive access to a generous 12 x 6 meter swimming pool. Designed with our guests’ privacy in mind, the pool offers a picturesque view of the lake. For our younger guests, an attached kids pool is available for their enjoyment. The property features a dedicated dining area and a fully equipped kitchen with a multi cuisine chef, providing convenience and flexibility for your culinary preferences. Rest assured, our attentive Property Manager and staff will be at your service around the clock, ensuring your stay is as seamless and enjoyable as possible.

AMENITIES

Sleeps up to 15

5 Bedrooms

5 bathrooms

AC in Rooms

Pool

Wardrobe

PRICE

Daily

Starting 16000/-

Weekly

Starting 100800/-

Monthly

N/A

Living

The property comprise of five air-conditioned rooms housed in two meticulously crafted cottages. Four of these rooms are on the ground level, with an additional lake facing room with balcony on the first floor. Every aspect of the buildings has been thoughtfully designed to ensure the preservation of the delicate lakefront environment. Situated on a sprawling 2500 square meter plot, The Lake House boasts an idyllic setting facing the pristine Vembanad Lake and a generous 12 x6 meter swimming pool. Designed with our guests’ privacy in mind, the pool offers a picturesque view of the lake, an attached kids pool is available for our younger guests.

Dining

Savor the genuine tastes of Kerala, all expertly prepared by our in-house chef using fresh ingredients. Multi cuisine options available. Advance orders are required for lunch and dinner so that our team can buy fresh ingredients from the local market. Guests can expect to indulge in an array of traditional delicacies, including succulent seafood dishes, aromatic rice preparations, and flavorful vegetarian curries. The dining area may be situated either indoors or outdoors, allowing guests to choose between dining in the cool comfort of the interiors or under the open sky, surrounded by the natural beauty of the backwaters.

Activities

Kayaking on your own at Perumbalam is an invigorating experience. The guest can navigate through the tranquil waters in kayaks, immersing themselves in the natural beauty and unique ecosystem of the area. With each paddle stroke, kayakers have the opportunity to connect with the serene surroundings, making for a memorable and peaceful adventure in the heart of Kerala’s backwaters. As this is a self-kayaking the kayaks will be given at personal risk.
Exploring Perumbalam on a motorboat tour offers a delightful array of sights and experiences. Some notable areas to visit during the tour includes the bird watching, fishing village, coconut groves and breath-taking sunset views.
Perumbalam Island, with a population of 12,000, launch the state’s first exclusive clam processing facility, which will make clams more hygienic and safer to consume. The clam processing unit in Perumbalam plays a crucial role in adding value to the abundant clam resources of the region, providing employment opportunities, and contributing to the local economy while upholding the rich culinary tradition of Kerala’s seafood cuisine.

Location

Address

Address: 7/131-B Near Sasthankal Temple Cherthala, Perumpalam, Alappuzha, Kerala 688570

Distance from

Our experiences

Kochi City Tour

See the large, graceful Chinese fishing nets that line the shore, first introduced by traders from the Court of Kublai Khan. It is a short and pleasant walk to the typical English village green. In one corner stands the Church of St Francis, its simple style enhanced only by the handsome floor tiles that line the main aisle. Continue on to Mattancherry – the Jewish quarters. Inside the two-story Mattancherry or Dutch Palace, view a remarkable series of murals. There is also an interesting collection of Dutch maps of old Kochi, coronation robes belonging to the maharajas, royal palanquins, weapons, and furniture. From there, it is a short walk to the Pardesi Synagogue-a tiny but delightful structure built in 1568.

Kathakali

In the beginning, you can indulge yourself in watching the make-up application on the artists. Of all classical Indian dances, Kathakali has the most elaborate costuming consisting of headdresses, face masks, and vividly painted faces. It typically takes an hour to prepare a Kathakali troupe to get ready for a play. Then experience the magic of storytelling as the artists perform in a classical way. A Kathakali performance synthesizes music, vocal performers, choreography, and hand and facial gestures together to express ideas. It also incorporates movements from ancient Indian martial arts and athletic traditions of South India.

Fort Kochi Tour

Start with the visit of the famous Chinese Fishing Nets of Cochin. The huge cantilevered Chinese fishing nets that droop towards the waters like oversized hammocks have become a hallmark that represents Fort Kochi on every postcard. Next stop at the Steam boilers, standing harmlessly at one end of the Kochi Beach. They were once the powerful boilers that pushed a ship across the ocean in Cochin Dry Dock for twenty years from 1956. It used coke, coal, and firewood as fuel. Head to the nearby Fort Immanuel, a bastion of the Portuguese in Kochi and build in 1503, it was a symbol of the strategic alliance between the Maharajah of Kochi and the Monarch of Portugal.

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