OUR 100 year old ANCESTRAL HOME
With it’s cooling red oxide floors and an expansive intricate hand carved wooden pillars courtyard overlooking the plantations of coconut trees and lush paddy, Kandavara House reflects Dravidian architecture of this district. We’ve taken care to conserve our interiors, too. Right from the latches to the height of a door, the interiors of the house also reflect the customs of our agricultural roots. You’ll find plenty of cosy nooks to unwind, both at home and in the soothing outdoors.
Our ancestral home has always served as a sangha (gathering spot) for the locals. In fact, a part of the house initially served as granary. Whether it was the entire town taking shelter from the floods or simply because there was no other TV set in town, Kandavara House has always had her doors open.