Your non-hotels with a panorama of 700 years

While most places in Tharangambadi (Tranquebar) are born with the beauty and treasures of history, not many hotels in Nagapattinam have the luxury of offering a palette for your eyes and music for your ears ! The 17th century Gate House is a unique heritage hotel in Tamil Nadu. Indigenous Tamil architecture with red-tiled roofs, internal, pillared courtyards of domestic proportions , a wooden stairway, make the Gate House one of the three hotels in Nagapattinam revitalised by Neemrana. The Gate House has been restored to its simple nobility and also has a cooling pool now laid in its court at the back ! One stopover will get you started on the discovery of the most wonderful places in Tharangambadi (Tranquebar) !

Rooms

Chidambaram

Chidambaram

Named after the town of Tamil Nadu which is famous for its temple dedicated to Nataraja, Lord of Dance, Chidambaram is a huge suite located on the ground floor with a private garden at the back. The main room has bright orange interiors...

Darasuram

Darasuram

Named after the temple town famous for the Airavateswara temple built by Rajaraja Chola in the 12th century. Darasuram is one of the two rooms situated on the first floor of the Gate House and its main access is from the open-air...

Srirangam

Srirangam

Named after the temple town of Srirangam in Tamil Nadu, it is one of the two rooms situated on the first floor of the Gate House and its main access is from the open-air private lounge overlooking the pool. It is a spacious room done up...

Swamimalai

Swamimalai

Named after the agricultural town of Tamil Nadu which is famous for being one of the battle camps of Lord Murugan, Swamimalai is situated on the ground floor at the back of Gate House and is separate from the main building. It is a huge...

Thanjavur

Thanjavur

Named after the rice bowl of Tamil Nadu, Thanjavur is located on the ground floor and has direct access to the front verandah and the garden. A large king size bed, an antique rocking chair and red and orange textiles dominate the...

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