This week we’ve got two more Goa holiday options to consider, with some nice interior photos to give a sense of the homes and some information about their location.
Both homestays are in the small, old colonial city of Panjim. Panjim is a great choice if you want a Goa holiday experience without the package-holidaymakers that often come with it. It’s a charming place boasting its own Latin Quarter, old town and palm-fringed beach. The Portuguese influence is still evident in lots of its architecture, making it a pleasant place to walk around and soak up history.
Our homestay hosts will, as usual, fill you in with all the tales and heritage insights that you’d like to hear.
Antonio Gomes and his wife, whose fine homestay sits proudly in the heart of Panjim’s Latin Quarter, have a rich historical family background to share with interested guests. Their homestay, half-an-hour from the airport, gives over an entire first floor to guests and is full of ancestral furniture. Read more about Vivenda Gomes Pereira.
Also in Latin Quarter, near the Panjim canal, is Casa Da Morada – owned by another Gomes family. Aloo and his wife are a cheerful couple with two young sons and a passion for Goan art. Their homestay is nestled among the other graceful houses this historical ‘Fountain Has’ area, yet offers plenty of space for visitors, with the whole ground floor dedicated to guests’ comfort and privacy.
You can read lots more about these options on our pages about homestays in Goa, but first take a look at a selection of photos from these properties…
Find out about the homestay experience and don't forget to check out our ideas on things to do in India or browse our India homestays.