The historical Brunton & Sons Boatyard has been transformed into a truly unique hotel. Here, the flavours of Fort Kochi blend harmoniously with the echoes of the now long forgotten but ever-present influences of the Portuguese, Dutch and the British.
The atmosphere of Brunton Boatyard reflects the historical past of Fort Kochi. Even the raintrees in the green courtyard were planted by the British. The lounge is reminiscent of the days of the Raj, with high lofty ceiling and old-fashioned ‘punkhas’. The field sloping roofs and terracotta tiled flooring are all relics of a forgotten style of gracious, spacious architecture. The large, comfortable armchairs, the deceptively delicate cane chairs, the wrought iron sofas and divans, the antique solid spice chests made of mahogany and teak, bound with brass, and many other artifacts will catch your eye.