Capella – Goa Homestay

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  • Type : Beach
  • Goa / hotels in goa
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Capella is a boutique home-stay situated on a private, forested hill in the sleepy village of Para. This Goa homestay is located fifteen minutes from the bustling beaches of North Goa. Baga beach and the busy Baga-Calangute tourist stretch is a 15 minute drive away. The relatively untouched beaches of Morjim-Arambol are half an hour away. Panjim and the Latin Quarter are approximately 25 mins drive and Old Goa 40 mins. The airport is about an hour away and Tivim Station 25 mins. The beaches of South Goa are an hour and a half away.

This Goa homestay offers discerning visitors the unique opportunity of experiencing life with a local family, but with privacy and comfort.   3 rooms are available in his Goa homestay and the tariff starts from 5000/- onwards per room per night.

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  • Rooms 3 rooms

    Capella homestay has three, tastefully furnished AC rooms with attached baths. The two larger rooms can sleep two adults and a maximum of two children. Magnolia is a luxurious room on the first floor overlooking the courtyard in the middle of the house and a private balcony with a gate leading out into the forest. It has a large open bathroom with a dressing area and is furnished with antique furniture including a large, four-poster bed. Heliconia is a large, airy room on the first floor overlooking the swimming pool and hills and fields beyond. It has a terrace sit out perfect for reading or sun bathing and a covered area where you can take your breakfast. The room is furnished with a king-sized, antique four poster bed, a handsome roll-top desk and has a comfortable seating area. Frangipani is a smaller room off the living room on the ground floor that can take a couple. It is suitable for families travelling with elderly parents or single travellers.

  • Food Indian and Continental cuisine

    Delicious home-made Indian and Continental breakfast is served for the guests and lunch can be arranged at additional costs.

  • Hosts Jamshed and Ayesha

    Jamshed and Ayesha are your hosts at Capella. Much like everything else in their lives, the homestay has evolved out of a string of happy coincidences. Seventeen years ago, they had opened the first specialty Italian restaurant in Goa. Today, J&A’s Ristorante Italiano is still the best in the business. Not one to remain without a ‘project’ for long, Jamshed decided to design and build a house, and carve out a wee bit of paradise for friends and family to share. That didn’t take long. Then it seemed only natural for them to decide opening their house to guests from across the world and give them an experience of Goa they can treasure forever.

  • Suggested Activity #1 Water Sports

    While beaches in North Goa steal the limelight, South Goa beaches are less crowded. Arossim Beach and Utorda Beach near the town of Majorda are the best beaches in South Goa. For North, Baga, Calangute and Anjuna are the most favourable ones. Water sports on these beaches include jet skiing, parasailing and scuba diving.

  • Suggested Activity #2 Visit Churches

    In Panjim, history comes alive. This is Old Goa, the state capital for the better part of three centuries and known as the ‘Rome of the East’. The cavalcades of churches, convents, museums, art galleries, government buildings, bungalows and bakeries together make it tough to suggest what to not see in South Goa. Yet, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Sé de Santa Catarina are the most visited ones.

  • Suggested Activity #3 Dolphin Drive

    A dolphin cruise in Goa is very exciting for the old and the young alike. Dolphins pepping out of the sea around your boat in a graceful motion is best savored by eye and saved on camera. The dolphin cruise trip is flanked with a day-long tour of Grand Island, ideal for a peaceful picnic.

  • Suggested Activity #3 Flea market of Anjuna

    njuna’s weekly Wednesday flea market is as much part of the Goan experience as a day on the beach. More than three decades ago, it was conceived and created by hippies smoking jumbo joints, convening to compare experiences on the heady Indian circuit and selling pairs of Levi jeans or handmade jewellery to help fund the rest of their stay. Nowadays things are far more mainstream and the merchandise comes from all over India: sculptures and jewellery courtesy of the Tibetan and Kashmiri traders; colourful Gujarati tribal women selling T-shirts; richly colourful saris, bags and bedspreads from Rajasthan; sacks of spices from Kerala. You might still find Westerners trading goods and services (tattoos, piercings and the like) but it’s much more a souvenir market. Despite changes over the years, the market shows no sign of waning in popularity.So, dive in and enjoy the ride. The best time to visit is early (from 8am) or late afternoon (around 4pm till close just after sunset). The first market of the season is around mid-November, continuing till the end of April.

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