Patricia Guest House

Address: 20 / 28 Francois Martin street, Pondicherry, Union Territory of Pondicherry, 605001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 / 28 Francois Martin street, Pondicherry, is near Matrimandir.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPatricia Guest House Pondicherry

      Reviewed by rubyroy

      A little bit of French in India

      Reviewed Jan 10, 2012
      by (19 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

      A delightful home with a French touch! The sitting room is filled with art, art and more art. Patricia the owner used to own a shop with art but she now has them in her home -guest house. Every room has a little India in it .Fresh, warm, friendly, comfortable... In the heat we found it comfortable just sitting in admiring art. A beautiful court yard were the kitchen is located. Patricia and her son Oliver who speak French run this little heaven on Francois Martin street. The colours are rich and great for the senses. Enjoyed chatting with both Oliver and Patricia, Highly recommended!!!

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Patricia Guest House Pondicherry

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