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Brunton Boatyard
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The Brunton Boatyard in Cochin, inaugurated on August 18, 1999, stands as a splendid homage to the city of Cochin. It is meticulously designed and constructed, following the architectural style and principles reminiscent of early Dutch and Portuguese structures in Fort Cochin. The hotel seamlessly integrates with the Cochin skyline, bearing a striking resemblance to the aged colonial buildings of the city. With its unassuming lime-washed walls, sloping tile roof, terra-cotta floors, and the majestic Giant Rain Tree completing the picturesque scene, it's quite challenging to believe that the Brunton Boatyard is a modern construction.


Nestled at the entrance to the harbor, with a commanding view of the bustling ship channel, all the rooms offer a spectacular vista of the sea and the delta. There's never a dull moment as boats of various sizes and colors continuously traverse these waters, including the colossal ocean liners that glide silently just outside your window. The rooms themselves exude a charming quaintness, staying true to the overall character of the hotel. The captivating antique "Four Poster" bed takes center stage in the rooms and suites. We've even thoughtfully provided small footstools to assist you in climbing into bed. The generously sized en-suite bathrooms add a touch of luxury, featuring a separate shower cubicle.


The History Restaurant offers a distinctive culinary journey through the illustrious past of Kerala's famous port. For over six centuries, Fort Cochin has beckoned seafaring traders. The allure of black pepper, ginger, and cardamom has enticed countless traders to Kerala's fertile shores. As the Arabs, Portuguese, Dutch, and eventually the British vied for control of the spice trade, they left an indelible mark on the local culture. Another reason outsiders flocked to Cochin was the region's renowned reputation for religious tolerance.

The Terrace Grill, situated adjacent to the History Restaurant, opens its doors for dinner. It offers a handpicked selection of the "Day's Catch," sourced fresh from the Chinese fishing nets and the fishing vessels that regularly pass by the hotel. Your seafood will be grilled to perfection, tailored to your preferences. Overlooking the bustling ferry terminal and the vibrant marketplace below, it's the ideal spot to observe the heartbeat of a city while savoring a delectable seafood dinner. The array of dishes on offer is the result of the relentless efforts of our chefs, who persuaded the descendants of some of Fort Cochin's oldest families to share their treasured recipes. We hope it becomes the most flavorsome history lesson you've ever experienced.

Getting here:

40 km from Cochin International Airport
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