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All reviewsquiz nightstandoori nightsthe crossroadsother guestsrooms are basiclocal beacheco friendly hotelapprox rupeesyear after yearrural locationgreat holidayminute walkbedding and towelsbeds are hardcleaned dailyhired a scooterwe loved our stay
Stayed again for our much appreciated festive fortnight, at the DSM. Loved our rooms and positioning - quiet and private. Always a pleasure to see all the staff, even enjoyed a New Year's party with them - some good dancers!! Lovely to see some of...More
Before reading this review be advised that we have been visiting Goa since 1998 and have always used 2 star accommodation therefore we are familiar with the standards within Goa
This hotel is approx 1.5 kms from the beach and approx 5 kms from...More
Your basic budget hotel. Located in a quiet area. Breakfast is two slices of toast and a cup of tea. If you want anything else you have to pay. We travelled with two children who were quite excited at times. This was not welcomed by...More
We arrived early hours of the morning , everywhere in darkness and all locked up. A young man asleep on a mattress quickly opened up and showed us to a very nice bedroom. It was typical Indian. Dark furniture and basic. That is fine we...More
As per several reviews, arrived at 3 am, the boys were sleeping on mats in reception, they promptly jumped up and showed us to our room. I had been to India before my hubby hadn’t and to say he was shocked would be an understatement....More
Response from brooksbjcheshire | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are trips a rep usually calls at the hotel most days or sarifino will point you in the right direction. The trip to the waterfall and spice garden is nice I think that worked out about £40 each. You can do Taj... More
Yes there are trips a rep usually calls at the hotel most days or sarifino will point you in the right direction. The trip to the waterfall and spice garden is nice I think that worked out about £40 each. You can do Taj think thats a 3 day one and approx £400 each. We did the triangle one year for a week and then 2 weeks goa. The triangle trip was amazing and well worth it we booked that in this country. A day to old Goa is worth trip just to experience the train sarafino will organise taxi to train station and the train journey costs about 20p for half hour trip ...we usually get a taxi back which works out about £25. We went on house boat which was really nice apart from the wailing from approx 7pm until 6am with fire crackers going off so not much sleep that cost £180 for two fabulous sunset and sun rise evening meal and breakfast included pay for alcohol or take own like we did. We hire a scooter from Joe just down the lane and that works out about £20 a week you do need an international driving license which you get from uk main post office its about £8 if you dont have one you will get fined on the spot which i think goes into police back pocket. Lots boat trips usually someone at Dona organises one ...there is plenty to do or just chill ...hope you have a fab time :)
Response from Island_folk_11 | Reviewed this property |
There were no Yoga sessions at Dona Sa Maria last year when we were there. However there are several places offering Yoga at Patnem & Agonda a little further south than Cavelossim & they seem well established down... More
There were no Yoga sessions at Dona Sa Maria last year when we were there. However there are several places offering Yoga at Patnem & Agonda a little further south than Cavelossim & they seem well established down there.
When we were there last year a couple from Dona Sa Maria went to a Yoga session in , or near Cavelosdim, early one morning & they told us it was very poor, they thought the teacher was " making it up as he went along "! Our sons girlfriend did a yoga class at Patnem & said it was good. Best of luck.