The windows of the Green room open out into lush greenery. In summer when the laburnum is in full bloom, bunches of glorious yellow hang temptingly at your windows and the morning sun rays filter gently into the room.
This ancestral home was built by P C Sarcar for his wife Kanchan Lata in 1930 and is one of the few well maintained bungalows of its kind left in Allahabad. Hospitality takes on a new meaning at Villa, where you are offered not just personalized service and comfort, but also a slice of tranquility. Almost a century old home, sheltered by gnarled, leafy old mango trees, time stands still here. Wake up to the call of birds and drift off to sleep to the peace and stillness that only a home such as this can offer. A burst of yellow glory from the laburnum, arches high above the front door and fat goldfish dart about in a quiet, pool at the entrance. Barely a kilometer away from the railway station and a 20 minute drive from the airport, Villa offers you convenience and an array of choices.
Hosts Ivan and Purnima Lamech have a history of hospitality and go out of their way to ensure that your stay is comfortable and memorable. All you have to do, is give them the opportunity.
Fully Airconditioned Rooms & Lounge
24 hrs Silent Power Backup
Pick up and drop from Station/Airport
Booking of Air / Rail Tickets
Cab facility for touring
The air conditioned lounge and dining hall.
My wife generally join the guests for breakfast and dinner.
We are a couple in our late 50's, and Kanchan Villa is our ancestral home which was built in 1930 and immaculately maintained.
We are a well traveled couple who enjoy making new friends. Our home stay has given us an opportunity to meet people from various parts of the world and it has been a truly wonderful experience. My wife and I look forward to having visitors and would love to help you explore the ancient city of Allahabad.