'Ooty' at Majorda Goa

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Kughairi bila malipo kabla ya tarehe 23 Feb.


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'Ooty' was once the kitchen in the older hindu side of the house, with thick, mud walls. It has a church roof and is all white. It has a built in large double bed and an L-shaped sofa that could be used for a couple of children or a relaxed adult. It leads off from the small central courtyard where there are four chairs around a table. This is overlooked by the Lorryback bar so can be noisy depending on who is staying. Probably not suited to young children or dare I say, old ladies.

This is a one hundred year old, carefully renovated house set on a very quiet* cul-de-sac in the village** of Majorda, in South Goa. The longest beach, with the most beautiful sand in Goa, is about a kilometer away. Guests are very welcome to borrow a bicycle or grab a lift down there in our customized Tuk-Tuk or Jeep for a nominal Rs 150 per trip.

The rooms are named after the places we have lived in and loved, in Bengal and Tamil Nadu. They all have fans, air-conditioners and en-suite bathrooms. They don’t have TVs or phones. Though either of those menaces can be easily rustled up for children or major sporting events.

OOTY, with its private entrance from the courtyard, has a built-in double bed and sitting area and a mirrored ensuite secret bathroom.

The 12 x 4 metre swimming pool is set in a tropical garden with private sun bathing areas. It is cleaned with Ozone, instead of horrible chlorine, so it is like swimming in spring water. The shallow end of the pool is three feet deep so will not suit very young children. We’d be happy to set up a piddling pool in the front garden for tiny tots.

Our original wine list had twin purposes…past tense…chose the latter. As I discovered that like a priest, I had to drink whatever was left at the end of the season, our wine list is now considerably shorter, simpler and cheaper. If you want something special do ask and it should be possible to arrange with a nominal corkage charge.

Airport pick-up. Sight seeing and shopping tours. Baby-sitting. Bicycles. Laundry. Hair dryer. Around three-quarters-of-the-clock food and drink. Complimentary wi-fi. Excellent visiting masseuses. Advice as to what is worth going to see and what is worth avoiding. A television and DVD player in the sitting room. A very sophisticated 24 hour, native English speaking concierge service. Picnics and parties planned. Weddings arranged, though not necessarily in the desi sense of the word. The spas at The Grand Hyatt and Alila-Diwa are both excellent and almost next door.

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Vivenda Dos Palhacos is on Costa Vaddo in the village of Majorda. We are one km from the longest and one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa, with gorgeous white sand. There are excellent shacks on the beach and plenty of restaurants within walking distance. Including Tendulkar's favourite - Martin's Corner.
Majorda is 25 minutes south of the airport and about 45 mins south of Panjim. This is one of the quietest and least developed parts of Goa's coastline

Mwenyeji ni Simon

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Mwandishi wa matangazo ya zamani sasa anaendesha Vila hii na Charlotte yake. Wote walizaliwa Calcutta na wanashukuru kuwa angalau nusu ya Kihindi na kadi za OCI. Mmoja au wengine wetu kwa kawaida wako hapa kwenye hoteli. Tunatarajia kukutana nawe.
Mwandishi wa matangazo ya zamani sasa anaendesha Vila hii na Charlotte yake. Wote walizaliwa Calcutta na wanashukuru kuwa angalau nusu ya Kihindi na kadi za OCI. Mmoja au wengine w…

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Charlotte and Simon (a brother-sister team in case you were wondering) were both born and brought up in India. They are the fourth generation to live in and love India and have spent as much time as possible here. They will be delighted to suggest and help organise side trips and places to stay out of Goa to their guests who may be coming to India for the first time.


Charlotte loves India and has traveled extensively in it, though there are still many places left to see. Goa’s cultural heritage makes it an amazing place to live and she looks forward to sharing her experience with you. She has lived and worked in Japan, Hong Kong and London, speaks Hindi usefully and is co-writing a book which she hopes to do more of.


Simon was most recently Creative Director of a large advertising agency first in Bombay and then in Delhi. He has always wanted to do up an old house and turn it into a hotel. What else do advertising people do when they get to forty? Teach? He loves Goa and feels that India is home. He is a budding cook – especially in a kitchen where many willing hands make light work – and his lunch parties in Singapore, Hong Kong, Wellington and Bombay were invariably long and pleasurable.


John has been with us since the beginning. He is an excellent Consultant Goan Chef and would do more painting if he had time. He also plays the guitar. Most of the time though he is busy looking after our guests, the fifteen or so staff we have – and us. He commutes from Chinchinim, about 25 mins south of us.

Hannah and Charlie

Hannah and Charlie were born in Hong Kong and bought up in New Zealand. Hannah is now at University at Melbourne and Charlie is at school in Hong Kong.
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Charlotte and Simon (a brother-sister team in case you were wondering) were both born and brought up in India. They are the fourth generation to live in and love In…

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