Vasco home stay is a unique heritage home stay facility with bed and breakfast, in the heart of Fort Cochin. The Vasco House is more than 500 years old and is believed to have been the residence of the famous explorer, Vasco da Gama until his death in 1524.
The picturesque heritage village of Fort Cochin was discovered by the Portuguese explorer. The Portuguese, Dutch and the British have etched their presence on this land. You can see the same in the architecture, cuisine and the lifestyle of this part of the city.
The rooms of Vasco house are large, with high wooden ceiling and large windows opening towards the historic St Francis Church where Vasco da Gama was buried. Two spacious rooms are meant for the guests. Both rooms have 2 double bed and single bed. We provide mosquito net, running hot and cold water and for all there services that you can avail from the travel desk below.
- Unmarried couples allowed
- Bachelors allowed
- Children are not allowed at the property.
- Aadhar and Passport are accepted as ID proof(s)
- Pets are not allowed.
- There are restrictions on entry and exit timings.
- Credit/Debit cards not accepted at the property
- Does not allow private parties or events
- Non veg food is allowed
- Outside food is allowed
- Food Delivery available from Zomato, Swiggy and Local restaurant
- Smoking within the premises is allowed
- There are no restrictions on alcohol consumption.
- We provide breakfast at extra cost.
- Free wifi facility.
- Check out time is 10:00 AM.
- Return to your rooms by 10:30 PM for your own safety.
I am Mr Santosh Tom, the owner of the homestay. We are running this homestay for past 16 years. We reside on the ground floor and run the Vasco Cafe and Vasco Tourist Information and Travels as well. We have tried our level best to maintain the building as it was, without too many modifications. There are many new hotels and homestay named after Vasco but our building is the one that is accepted by historians. You can easily identify this building – it stands at the corner where Rose Street meet Bastion street, facing St Francis Church. The Post Office is opposite the building. The old stone staircase is still used as it was during the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British rule of Cochin. This heritage value drove me to start a home stay, which in turn is a good enough reason to protect this monument.
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