Siolim House in Goa
Siolim House is an Indo – Portuguese rural country house ( Casa de Sobrado) built in the 17th century during the early Portuguese occupation of Goa was formerly the residence of the Governor of Macu. It was restored and opened as a boutique hotel in 1996. It was nominated for the UNESCO Heritage award in 2001 and was a finalist for the sensitive and detailed restoration.
Located in the village of its namesake about 20 Km from the Goa’s Capital Panjim and surrounded by palm trees, this beautiful 350 year old property is a statement in understated elegance that introduces the guests to the real Goan village life away from the famous beaches and luxury hotels . It is about deep unbroken traditions, amazing Goa heritage homes, Friendly Goan people and delicious local cuisine based on a mix of Indian spices and European influences. Large suites decorated with antique furniture, rugs and artefacts, it will introduce to the leisurely life of Goa you have not experienced before and will be a heaven for adult clientele seeking a tranquil atmosphere.
Name : Siolim House
Type : Colonial Heritage Hotsel
Location : Siolim Village in Goa
Accommodation : 9 Guest rooms and suites.
Food :Refined Goanese as well as continental cuisine.
Image Credit : Solim House