Mermaid Hotel

Address: Nadayar Road Opposite Munnar Panchayat Hall, Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Nadayar Road Opposite Munnar Panchayat Hall, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Munnar

      Magnificent Munnar....

      A travel blog entry by wix on Feb 09, 2015

      3 comments, 206 photos

      ... cafe next to guesthouse but they invited us across road in to there home to join them for dinner and ate possibly the most simple yet delicious meal I've ever had but the family were amazing, sooooooo Family like and loving with each other, their home so basic yet warming too.... When we finished I asked how much and the father just said we decide if and what we want to pay but don't have to..! Wow... The meal would ...

      Valparai - General Information - Updated December

      A travel blog entry by indianature on Dec 28, 2014

      15 comments

      ... in the morning and evening. The appams available in the morning are outstandingly good. It is on the main road opposite the Police Station as you enter Valparai from the Pollachi side.

      Mary Matha's Mess on the first floor of a building next to Plaza also seemed popular.

      There are several other small messes around, we did not ...

      Kerala - Cochin, Alleppey and Munnar

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jun 18, 2014

      124 photos

      ... we normally do not take in our tours.

      We started off towards a Sandalwood forest, part of the Idukki Wildlife Reserve in Marayoor, which is also famous for its locally grown jiggery. The drive as always winding through various valleys was a feast to the eyes, but later on the landscape taking the form of forests maintained and protected from poaches, mainly due to the high value of sandal wood.

      We went on for another hour or so to reach the Chinnar Wildlife ...

      Remnants of the glory days of the British Empire

      A travel blog entry by murrayrudd on Dec 30, 2013

      31 photos

      ... was decidedly mediocre though, but it was well worth a visit.

      After lunch we drove up high on one of the ridges and walked down through the tea plantation villages and fields to arrive back in Munnar at sunset.

      In the evening, our last in this area, we had a very nice slide show where the 6 of us shared favourite photos from the trip (in front of a roaring fire - it was very chilly up here).

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      The peace is zen

      A travel blog entry by ann_ho on Feb 25, 2013

      20 photos

      ... believe it. My clothes didn't stick to my skin and the air was so fresh. It felt like a dream. I knew I was going to like it here. Even after the long journey we were eager to explore. We had no other choice really as we had missed lunch so all we could have was a bottle of water and to wait until dinner time. We decided on a lazy stroll not too far from home. I felt like I was in a fairytale forest. Impossibly tall trees towered above our heads. We ...

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