10 Staycations in Thrissur Because You Deserve A Break

We’re all tired of sitting at home, staring at screens, and reliving the same mundane routine every single day. We agree that staying at home is the safest option right now. But, there’s this little voice within us that is screaming ‘Please get out of your house’. The safest option for you to ‘chill’ right now would be to take a staycation. Wondering what a staycation is? Well, it’s basically a vacation in or near your home. So, here are the top 10 staycations in Thrissur waiting for your presence.

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Hyatt Thrissur

Hyatt has got to be on your staycation list. If you want to escape the ‘new normal’ life to a luxury paradise, this would be the perfect place. They have 77 rooms to choose from, including eight suites. Of course, each room comes with a super-comfy bed and a flat screen so that you can binge-watch your favourite shows. Sometimes, all you need is time for yourself where everything is served to you on a silver platter. No tension, only relaxation.

Here’s everything you need to know.

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Mud Castle

As the name suggests, Mud Castle is a side-by-side twin apartment built using unburnt mud blocks. It’s a beauty in itself and will give you the stress-free environment you’re looking for. Located 8km from Thrissur city, this place is surrounded by coconut palm trees, bananas, vegetables, fruits and spices etc. While breakfast is on the house, you will have to order lunch and dinner from the host if you wish to have homemade food. Do keep in mind that they only prepare Indian vegetarian food with the organic produce they grow in the compound.

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Ayuryogashram Heritage

Located 14 km from Thiruvambady Sri Krishna Temple, Ayuryogashram Heritage is the perfect slice of heaven. Surrounded by stunning greenery, this heritage home features an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. The health and safety of their customers are primary. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about anything. You’d be pampered beyond imagination.

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Kunnampath Heritage 

Fancy a staycation in a nalukettu? Then, Kunnampath Heritage is the best place to be in. BTW, this property is over 200 years old. Back in the day, the Cochin ruler’s Diwan used the place. It’s a perfect amalgamation of history, luxury, and cultural elements. The hospitality is spot-on, as per the reviews on Airbnb. If you wish to stay in a home away from home, Kunnampath Heritage should be your go-to destination.

To know more about it, click here.

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Kunnampath Heritage

Silver Cloud

Would it sound like a dream if we told you that you could have a stunning private resort all for yourself? As unbelievable as it sounds, Silver Cloud gives you exactly that. This nature-friendly luxury private resort at Parappur is a staycation paradise. Their only motto is for you to “relax, rewind, reflect and rejuvenate”. You also have access to a private pool within the property. The pool against the backdrop of the paadam promises a refreshing feel you’ll love. We’d say that Silver Cloud tops our list of staycations in Thrissur.

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Clayfingers – Art Cottages

Clayfingers comes with four intimate cottages for people who wish to get away from the hustle-bustle of city life. What’s more, they also provide pottery classes using terracotta and stoneware clays. The serene open-air location along with pool facilities will give you total holiday feels.

To book your stay, click here.

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Coconut Island

Coconut Island is a private island guesthouse located in the middle of Kerala’s backwaters. This place only has one traditional Kerala style cottage with an air-conditioned room that has two single cots. You can ask for two more cots to be placed if needed. The bathroom, however, has an open roof so you can bask in nature’s beauty as you take a shower. This is located in Guruvayour, in case you’re wondering.

To book your stay, click here.

Coconut Island - Island Resort in the Kerala Backwaters.

Anamala Homestay

This 70-year old ancestral home is located in Thrissur’s Thiruvilwamala town. The tastefully decorated interiors have ancient stories to tell, and the hosts will be more than welcome to indulge you in it. You can now rejuvenate yourself amidst serene nature only at Anamala Homestay.

To know more about this stay, click here.

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Sitaram Beach Retreat

This place is unlike your usual staycations in Thrissur. At Sitaram Beach Retreat, not only do you get to relax, but you also get an opportunity to transform yourself on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. It’s a healing retreat meant to uplift your spirits by following the ayurvedic way of life. One step into their cottages, and you can feel the positivity rush within you. They provide physical therapies, yoga sessions, and scrumptious food. What more do you need, right?

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Sitaram Beach Retreat


Are you a beach bum? Well then, Sukumara located at Kothakulam beach might catch your fancy. This double floored house is built using organic materials like wood, bamboo, terracotta etc. It’s almost like a dream vacation house you have always wanted. You can head to the beach to relax and then spend the rest of the evening soaking in the beauty of the coconut farm.

To book your stay, click here.

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Here’s our list of staycations in Thrissur you should consider. Let us know if you have any more suggestions in the comments below.

Aishwarya Gopinathhttps://pinklungicom.wordpress.com/
A foodie at heart, an aspiring novelist, and an enthusiastic writer by nature, I love to dig deep into culture and lifestyle of the place and people around me. I hope to make people cry, laugh, smile, angry, and satisfied with my writing.

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