Neeleshwar Hermitage Kasargod is a hidden tropical destination set in a secluded palm grove
beside the Arabian Sea in Northern Kerala. The luxurious hotel offers you the essence of authentic
India: its friendliness, hospitality and serenely balanced lifestyle. At this rejuvenating beach hotel
you enter a utopia far removed from the pressures of everyday living. Unobtrusive individual
service and meticulous attention to detail of this luxury resort will turn your holiday into an
effortless opportunity to enjoy a world where time stands still.
Neeleshwar Hermitage Kasargod consist of 18 detached cottages offering privacy, comfort and
individuality. These cottages are modelled on traditional fishermen's huts. They offers Twin
Garden View, Twin Sea View and Single Cottages each with its unique character and refinement.
Each cottage is positioned in such a way that it gives the occupants a sense of supreme privacy.
Cottages are light and airy, with teak floors, high ceiling and generous proportions and
embellished with locally handmade furniture. Four gardenview cottages provides beautiful views
over the fertile gardens. These cottages are fit for families or parties who would like to be together.
Each room is decorated with both traditional and contemporary objects and art with a resulting
elegance and individuality. The buildings are constructed in the local laterite and thatch, with
carved and dressed woodwork fashioned in traditional style by local craftsmen so skilled that their
usual work is building and restoring temples. These craftsmen have also produced the handmade
Here at Neeleshwar Hermitage you can sit and see the early morning dolphins, the birds over the
small lagoon, get lulled by the sound of the waves or spend the evening under the brilliant canopy
of stars along with enjoying the authentic, delicious and nutritional dining here. You can enjoy at:
The Annapurna restaurant, dedicated to the Goddess of Nourishment, is the centre of the
Neeleshwaram Hermitage Kasargod. Annapurna specialises in authentic, predominantly vegetarian
food not usually seen in hotels. The cooking skills are honed by ayurvedic teaching on the
importance of attending to the appearance, balance, flavour, enjoyment and nutritional effects of
Meenakshi, the beach side restaurant is named after another local goddess. Here you can enjoy
superb fresh fish caught by the local long boats that go out each morning, as well as breakfast,
healthy lunchtime salads and delicious light meals.
Bar and Drinks
There are two bar areas in the hotel: the Annapurna bar in the main restaurant and the Varuna bar
overlooking the pool. Both are cosy and intimate spaces where you can relax with old friends or
make new ones and enjoy the range of Indian beers and wines (no spirits) that are on sale.
- Ayurveda and Meditation
- Cookery classes
- Walking in the Western Ghats
- Backwater Houseboat
- Wildlife visit