The CGH Locations

You can use this reckoner to  easily locate our properties across Southern India from Kerala to Karnataka, Tamil Nadu  and the Lakshadweep.


Visalam

Brunton Boatyard

Coconut Lagoon

Spice Coast Cruises

Kalari Kovilakom

Bangaram Island

Marari Beach

SwaSwara

Spice Village

Casino Hotel

Maison Perumal

Chittoor Kottaram

Quick Guide: Visalam

Visalam

7/1, 143 Local Fund Road,

Kanadukathan,

Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu - 630103

Tel: 04565 273301 – 02 / 273354 – 55 – 56 - 57

Fax: 04565 273111

Email: visalam@cghearth.com

 

ACCOMMODATION

15 heritage rooms of quiet elegance. All rooms airconditioned and 400 to 600 sq.ft in area

 

DINING

Authentic Chettinad cuisine prepared by expert chefs
Interactive kitchen that allows visitors to try their hand at cooking
Three dining areas - one each for breakfast, lunch and dinner

 

FACILITIES

Swimming pool

 

THINGS TO DO

Experience the Chettiar Lifestyle

Excursions of the temples and artisans’ workshops

Tour to the Chettinad

Heritage zone, Athangudi tile units

‘Vara-Santhai’

 

GETTING HERE

80 km from Trichy airportand 90 km from Madurai Airport

Current Events

 

Sari/Dhoti Wearing Classes

Sari and Dhoti are the traditional garment for Indians.Learn the art of wearing and draping a typical Indian Sari.

 

Cultural Evening

Musical Instruments will be played in  Kalai Arangam (Cultural Hall – 1st Floor) Harmoniom, Thabala, Nadaswaram and all. 

 

 

Culinary Programme

A hands-on  programme  of  2 or 3 days. It starts in the morning  with  the guests  accompanied by the chef to the local market  and picking up the ingredients required and then learn some tricks back at the kitchen to make authentic Chettinad food.

 If you stay here, you will stay in style….a luxorious and well restored mansion..

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As a visitor, when you ramble through the narrow streets, you will stumble, literally on stones and worn out roads, and figuratively in stupefaction that there is so much untouched by tourism. Today, there is a curious mix of old stately mansions, English-styled bungalows, partially ruined homes, wedding halls, shops and schools. Somewhere in between will be the temple, with its gopurams in colours varying from washed-out to recently painted tomato red, cobalt blue, parrot green and sunflower yellow. Great-granddaughter of Visalam's builder