Monsoon Special Rate - LONG TERM STAY / MINIMUM FOUR WEEKS

3 to 4 Bedrooms - 5 Bathrooms , Guests Can take one Room – or the Whole House

Malabar Cove Guest House

Malabar Cove Guest House offers twin en-suite rooms with breakfast. The house also includes an Ayurveda Room where guests can experience the delights of Kerala therapeutic massage treatments. Our roof top yoga shala with kitchenette and bathroom is available for visiting yoga groups. Breakfast is included in the tariff. Other meals are available from a small menu including barbecue.

2 to 3 bedrooms – 3 bathrooms Whole House – Self Catering – Help Available if Required

Malabar Cove River House

Malabar Cove River House is let to one party only. The house has private accommodation sleeping up to six persons. The River House is self catering but staff are always available to provide meals to your table if required. Malabar Cove River House is a perfect hideaway.

Accommodation is as follows ...

One twin en-suite room – can be arranged as double.

One very small en-suite room with bunk beds – more suited to two children.

Two other persons can be accommodated in the upper lounge room if required.

A separate toilet/wash room is available on the Ground Floor.

On arrival at Malabar Cove there is always someone available to show you around the accommodation and around the immediate location.

THE TWO HOUSES ARE SET IN THE SAME COCONUT GROVE AND CAN BE TAKEN TOGETHER - ESPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR YOGA GROUPS OF UP TO 12 GUESTS

When arriving from the north, including Kannur Railway Station, take the National Highway 66 (old number NH17). At Edakkad town, take the turning to the Drive-in Beach of Muzhappilangad.

When arriving from the south, including Calicut/Kozhikode Airport and Tellicherry Railway Station, take the National Highway 66 (old number NH17). At Edakkad town, take the turning to the Drive-in Beach of Muzhappilangad.

After The Perfect English School on the right, the taxi/rickshaw driver should not turn left to the Drive-in Beach but should keep straight on to the bus stop. Note: there are no buses.

From the bus stop, there is a short walk through the coconut grove to Malabar Cove Beach House. (two to three minutes - longer if the local kids capture you for a chat).

Arrive as a guest – Leave as a friend

Set in a Coconut Grove, Malabar Cove Guest House and River House have magnificent views over the Arabian Sea.
A perfect hideaway. Relax and recuperate from the stresses of every day life. Palm trees and peace!

At Malabar Cove we are trying to keep a natural environment with some modern day comforts. There are no cars in the village and there is no light pollution, so at night the sky is as black as can be and the stars are a magnificent sight.

Close to Malabar Cove Guest House there is a pretty little beach backed by a rocky hill which years ago used to house a fort.

The River House overlooks a narrow river where it sweeps round into a rocky cove to meet the Arabian Sea. Across the river is the famous Drive-in Beach of Muzhappilangad.

It is possible to quickly reach the Drive-in Beach by walking through the shallow river - approximately knee deep on an adult. On the Drive-in Beach it is great fun to take a jeep along the four kilometre beach, skimming the waves.

Within Malabar cove, village life goes on. Each day, fishermen take their nets and colourful boats out to sea, coconuts are harvested and ladies bash their washing on their 'house rocks'. Guests can do this too – though we do have a laundry service!

Our Facilities

Palm trees and peace – and not much else really!
Go on ... treat yourself!

Guest Testimonials

what our guests have to say about Malabar Cove ...

"As soon as we stepped out of the car to walk through the village to the beach house, we felt we had come to paradise! The beach house is in a stunning location, with beautiful views onto the Arabian sea. Round the corner from the beach house is a beautiful beach. When you sit there, you feel like you are on a desert island. We fell in love with the place from the word go"


Karen Guldberg - Worcester, UK April 2015

"I must express reluctance in writing a review of this wonderful place because we would like to keep it for ourselves. Situated in a small fishing village in a grove of coconut palms at the point where the tidal River Dharmadam enters the Arabian Sea, this simple cottage is a mere twenty meters from the ocean. there is absolutely nothing to do here, you just "be" in a calm tranquility. Across the Darmadan River is the Muzhapilangad beach, four kilometers of gentle waves, warm water and golden sand."

Ann Carter – UK Long stay 2014 and long stay 2015

"Thank you for a lovely stay in an idyllic location. We loved the village life."

Anna - Scotland, December 2014