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Emmanuel Beach House Strictly for Families

SuperhostMangaluru, Karnataka, India
Entire villa hosted by Oswald
16 guests3 bedrooms6 beds3 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the villa to yourself.
Self check-in
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Clean and tidy
6 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
Cancellation policy
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House rules
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Emmanuel is a heritage villa on the beach with antique pillars, windows, doors and artifacts.
A place away from noise and pollution.

The antique carved windows and pillars takes you back down the ancient road giving you a peaceful vibe.
The main attraction is the open veranda with artistic pillars and the sea breeze blowing through your hair giving you a relaxed and calm feeling.
The front yard is a safe place for children to play and build their sand castles.

The space
There is a particular feel which takes you out of your world
of worries and into a calm surrounding. Where you forget everything and lay back to enjoy the calmness, surrounded by the sound of waves while you watch the sunset.
An excellent place to enjoy your vacation with fresh sea food restaurants and also other local delicacies within a kilometer.

It is also an excellent place to have birthday parties and other ceremonies/ functions.

Guest access
The house is on a half acre compound right on the beach.

Other things to note
The property is in a safe residential locality. Very friendly neighbourhood. The beach right in front across the road is almost like a private beach. Clean white sand. Very often you get to see the fishing boats unloading the days catch right in front.
Clean white sand. The famous surathkal Light House a km away.

You can enjoy the coastal delicacies at Hotel Sadanand or quite a few hotels in the vicinity.
Emmanuel is a heritage villa on the beach with antique pillars, windows, doors and artifacts.
A place away from noise and pollution.

The antique carved windows and pillars takes you back down the ancient road giving you a peaceful vibe.
The main attraction is the open veranda with artistic pillars and the sea breeze blowing through your hair giving you a relaxed and calm feeling.
The front…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed, 2 floor mattresses
Bedroom 2
1 king bed, 2 floor mattresses
Bedroom 3
4 single beds, 4 floor mattresses

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Iron
Essentials
Private entrance
Dedicated workspace
Hangers
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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4.66 out of 5 stars from 68 reviews

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Mangaluru, Karnataka, India

From Emmanuel beach house take a walk on the beach northwards and at about a km you will find the Surathkal light house. It is built almost a century back on a granite mound. This place is a famous tourist spot.

In Mangalore city we have the Sri Gokarnatheshwara temple, Kadri Manjunath temple. A visit to St Aloysius Chapel also is also worthwhile, which is known for superb fresco painted in the late 1800s by the Italian artist Brother Moscheni.

Mangalore is also famous for its tile and cashew factories.

Mangalore has a lot of green cover, every where you find coconut palm fringed layouts. A drive towards Karkala 50 kms is worth while where enroute at Moodabidri you can visit the 1000 pillar temple. Karkala is a old town famous for the monolithic statue of Lord Gomateshwara.

Around 75 kms north of the beach house is the famous Kollur Mookambika temple. 50 kms eastward is Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara temple and it is about 70 kms to the Kukke Subramanya temple.

Mangalore is famous for its coastal delicacies. Seer fish, pomfrets, crabs, prawns, local Kane etc are served in various styles like ghee roast, masala fry, thava fry, rava fry.....
From Emmanuel beach house take a walk on the beach northwards and at about a km you will find the Surathkal light house. It is built almost a century back on a granite mound. This place is a famous tourist spot…

Hosted by Oswald

Joined in December 2017
  • 68 Reviews
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From my childhood I had an attraction for anything old made of wood ceramic or glass. I pursued my interest and collected handcrafted components of century old houses. After acquiring a property on the beach I used my collection to build the beach house. I am sure you will get a real feel of staying in a heritage home with modern comforts. The beach is just a hop step and jump from the house. You should stay over to experience the feel of a private beach in a friendly neighbourhood.
From my childhood I had an attraction for anything old made of wood ceramic or glass. I pursued my interest and collected handcrafted components of century old houses. After acquir…
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 12:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Long term stays (28 days or more) are allowed
Health & safety
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
No smoke alarm
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Cancellation policy