We love Goa. No matter how many times people visit this ‘happening’ yet calm and beautiful tourist spot no one is ever tired of Goa. And the people, who have not yet visited the place, it’s definitely there in the bucket place.
But it’s not necessary to always stay in the five-star or three-star hotels to enjoy the beauty of Goa.
There are some home-stays in Goa, which can give you a better experience. So next time you plan on Goa, be sure to check out these places.
Afonso family has been running this guest house for the last 30 years and they will surely give you the taste of old world Goan hospitality. The family speak fluent Portuguese, French, Italian, and English. Along with a beautiful walkaway and rooftop terrace the St. Sebastian Chapel can also be seen from this guest house. If you are looking for an authentic Portuguese and Goan hospitality along withe beaches of course, this is your place to go.
Address: 173, Near St. Sebastian Chapel, Fontainhas, Mala, Panjim
Expense: Rs. 1950 for two per night
Chalet Balnear – Candolim
This beautiful residence is situated right on the Candolim beach. Built in 1029 Chalet Balnear is the ancestral home of the Pinto Family. It has a beautiful private terrace overlooking the seas and the beach is just a walk away. Perfect, isn’t it?
Address: 207B, Near Marquis Beach Resort,Dando, Candolim
Expense: Rs. 5,500 for 3 rooms upto 6 people
Ahilya by the Sea – Verem
Ahilya is a beautiful and serene gateway situated at the Dolphin Bay, at an extreme end of Coco Beach. The view from here is magnificent and it gives you a 16th century vibe with all the Portuguese feel.
Address: 787, Coco Maia, Danda Dee, Nerul
Expense: Rs. 15,000 onwards
Siesta Villa – Cavelossim
If you don’t want to compromise on luxury this is your place to be. Located in south Goa this residence has two luxurious bedrooms with a stunning view of the Sal river.
Address: Siesta, Luisa By The Sea, Near Mobor Assolna Estuary, South Goa District, Cavelossim
Expense: Rs. 49,000 for 7 days