About This Listing
Our rooms in Anjuna are no more that 10m away from the water. The 200sqft rooms have twin beds, a small closet, hot water. a writing table, fan.
There are a couple of restaurants just 50m away.
You can expect to meet people from all over the world as it is one of Goa's most popular beaches. Having said that due to the walking access it filters the quality of crowd. Within a radius of 100m you can find.
The rates are for standard rooms, please ask for Sea facing room rate if you like.
We have more than one room so if it looks like we are full just choose any other date and message me with your correct dates and we can take it further
Paragliding instructors to learn from or just take a 10min tandem flight,
A beautiful hill to trek on, and the famous Hippie market on Wednesdays.
The Public transit is around a km away, but we can arrange a bike on hire or a taxi.
The location is to die for, I do not think there are any other rooms so well located.
I didn't know this was an inn but it was comfortable enough and most importantly our host ( was wasn't Ernesto ) was kind enough to take care of our needs.
It was a great place. I had very few expectations before I went. I just felt like home. The managers Anurag and Dharmesh made sure I felt like home. Thanks to the host as Ernesto was helpful for all the needs. Really great place. Must visit. I would say, make sure you spend a night or two here when you visit goa.
A wonderful place to stay in terms of location as it almost on the edge of the sea. The sea facing suites offer marvellous view of the beach and sea. The location though is a bit of a struggle to locate but the hosts were helpful in guiding us. The room gets a bit hot and stuffy during the day and the voltage fluctuations render the ceiling fan almost impotent. Nice place to eat(Manuel) just below the hotel with provision of room service as well. I had a bad case of food poisoning (from eating elsewhere) and the caretaker Dharmesh and the rest of his team were extremely helpful during it all. They brought medicines for me from 10km away, arranged for a doctor to consult with me on the phone then finally helped arrange an ambulance and get us to the hospital. Dharmesh also took care of our commutation needs and arranged taxi from the hospital and get us to the airport, though the amount charged seemed a bit exorbitant. But overall we were treated as a family and my young wife didn't feel alone throughout the ordeal. Even Ernesto visited us once during this and offered his support. Overall a good place to stay and enjoy the sea and absorb the wonderful ambience sitting on the large sea facing balcony. Very nice and helpful staff only add to the experience. Special mention to 'Pandit' their multipurpose utility guy who was selflessly helpful through to the very end, right from helping carrying me on a stretcher to carrying my luggage to the taxi when i was unable to.
Great spot if you've got a few friends with you and want a place to crash on the beach after a night of partying. Honestly, Anjuna Beach is not the place for you if you want quiet evening to fall asleep early. Curlys and a few other bars / clubs are next door so bass is very audible, but not a problem if you are adventurous and go to the bar instead of staying in your room =) check in process want the most smooth, so make sure you have an Indian cell phone.
We had a last minute plan for GOA and we're looking up for a place to stay somewhere in Anjuna, and we're lucky to find Ernesto's place. True to its name, listing is a cozy place with a great view. The staff is always smiling and ready to help. Ernesto helped us from the time we reached goa from directions to the property to the bike rental.
All in all a fabulous place to stay away from the usual hustle bustle of Goa.
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About the Host, Ernesto
I love to travel & meet people and what better place than your own restaurant (Ernesto's), Love the outdoors when i have the time, trekking swimming in the wild or at a beach, or night safari's to spot animals, or just kayaking and exploring the rivers