"Fit to be named as 'home away from home', Ayisha Manzil Homestay offers impeccable and generous Indian hospitality to its guests. Boasting of a warm ambiance, green surroundings and tranquility, this homestay offers a peaceful stay to the guests. A stay here is a relaxing experience for the mind, body and the soul. Made in antique style, the property has 4 double bedrooms that come with all the modern comforts. The dining experience here is memorable too.
Ayisha Manzil is a magnificent structure, constructed in 1862 by a former English colonel, who later turned into a cinnamon-planter. In the year 1900, this property was purchased by Mr. Moosa’s grandfather. The Moosas, who still manage this property, are basically a clan of the Muslim spice traders of yesteryear.
Accommodation at Ayisha Manzil, Court Road, Telicherry would give you a comfortable stay. The décor in the large and airy rooms of Hotel Ayisha Manzil is a captivating mix of west, east and house peculiarities. Antique furnishings alongside local objects, family heirlooms, rare clocks and musical instruments bring an aura of the past to the ambience. The rooms also come fitted with all sorts of modern facilities to give the guests a comfortable stay.
The restaurant of Hotel Ayisha Manzil serves delicious Mughlai and Mopillah Cuisine to make your taste buds delighted.
Distance From Airport28 Km
Distance From Station2 Km
Kozhikode (Calicut) is an important city of the Malabar section of Kerala. It was the foremost trading centre for spices on the Indian West Coast during the medieval era. Kozhikode has several temples that you can visit. Some of the important ones are the Azhokodi Temple, Tali Temple, Valayanadu Temple, Bhairagi Madam Temple and Sree Kanteswara Temple.