Beach Flower beach house is a place of perfect beauty and simplicity. This place blends blue sky and dense green and is located at a spot across 5 km long crescent shaped Kizhunna Ezhara beach facing the Dharmadam Island on one side and beautiful rocks on the other side where you can see migratory birds.
Beach flower is in a silent country village, even though the nearest Railway station is only 14 km away. This destination does not have vehicle access to keep you away from the noisy world. You need to walk 250 meters through our village where the pathway is lined up with cashew trees, banana, mango trees and coconut trees.
This coconut palm fringed white sandy beach in kannur, clear water and unspoiled reefs accompanied by sounds of bird chirping and gentle waves lapping the sandy beach together makes beach house a dream paradise in Kerala. There is nothing here, to take away from what is natural. The architecture respects the terrain, the weather and the natural offerings of the land. The colors of the earth and the sea are what define living spaces here. Uniquely traditional built Beach Flower is an eco-freindly beach house in Kannur just near of a pretty beach.
Beach Flower is a Sea facing beach house built in traditional Kerala style which is located in a village 14 km away from the heart of Kannur town. This holiday destination is a small boutique with an untainted neat, quiet, secluded beach. The highlights of the beach house are its pristine beach and exotic cuisine.
So it’s time to end up your search for an unexplored beach, a spectacular beach with seagulls and migratory birds, lush green vegetation and wonderful diving experience. The coconut palms, the cool breeze from the green hills along with the sun, sand and sea make the stay memorable....Welcome home
Its a place of perfect beauty and simplicity. This place blends nature and luxury and it is located at a spot across 5 km ...
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