About The Village Guesthouse
Our eight bedroomed guesthouse is situated at the back of sleepy Palolem village, overlooking rice fields and mountains, yet is only a five minute walk directly to the beach, or a 10 minutes stroll via the main shopping and dining area of Palolem.
The house is only a short rickshaw hop to laid back Patnem beach, and within easy striking distance to the idyllic beaches of Agonda and Galgibag.
All the bedrooms have air conditioning, overhead fans, cable TV and beautiful en-suite bathrooms. The six double rooms all have four poster beds.
Free wi-fi is available to all our guests. Breakfast, which is complimentary, is usually taken in the shady garden, or on one of the verandas. Cocktails can be taken in the garden or on the first floor veranda.
Goa is one of the best places in the world to relax and Palolem is probably the best place to relax in in Goa. Whether you are resting after a trip around India, recharging before you continue your journey or simply want a great holiday, with comfort and style, then the Village Guesthouse extends a warm welcome to you all.
The Village Guesthouse has only eight bedrooms. Four large doubles, two small doubles and two twin rooms.
Air conditioning, ceiling fan, cable TV, beautiful en-suite bathrooms and Wi-Fi come as standard. All the bedrooms are designed and decorated with a modern European sensibility, yet with touches of the far east everywhere.
The four large double rooms all have king size four poster beds with spacious en-suite bathrooms. The two small double rooms have queen sized four poster beds, the bathrooms although smaller than the large rooms are designed to the same high standard. The two twin bedrooms are large and cool, and the beds were designed to fit together perfectly if all the doubles are taken, or if you need a really big bed. The bathrooms offer you the best shower experience in town – all the hot water is solar heated.
Breakfast is usually taken in the shady garden, Drinks can be taken in the garden, the ground floor balcony, or on the first floor veranda.
Everything in the house has been locally sourced, all the house furniture has been handcrafted in a small village near Agonda, the cane furniture comes from Karwar, the ceramics – all Indian, the linen Bombay Dyeing. The soft furnishings from Living Concept in Margao. Only the washing machine (Korea) and the Tequila (Mexico) were imported.
For the discerning traveler or holiday maker, not the average backpacker, the Village Guesthouse offers comforts and style associated with much more expensive establishments.