Neemrana’s Three Waters, Betul, South Goa
House Nos. 7 & 8, Postawaddo, Betul, South Goa - 403723
Neemrana’s Three Waters, a lovely villa in south Goa, is all about its river, the sea, and a healing spring. It’s also about a pristine beach to which only the fisherfolk have access. You can take your boat and cut-off from the whole world. Three Waters has seven units with views of the river, the sea or the pool within its palm-filled court. Other windows open on a tropical forest of coastal trees.
Come to the junction where the earth ends – and the water begins. Come where Neemrana’s Three Waters gives you the river, the sea and a healing spring. Driving through colourful fishermen’s homes you arrive at the ‘last resort’ where Betul village still doesn’t allow mechanised fishing. Cross the ‘Y’ on the sea to the best sandy beach Goa knows. This is where Goa meets the present but still lives slow.
Photograph the toddy tappers when they climb up so nimbly each morning. Or watch the colourful sareed women cracking oysters at a distance all day on the rocks while you lounge on the sand. Relish the benefits of Kharvi’s healing spring, just a walking distance away. Tone your muscles in the cosy pool surrounded by red laterite walls. That’s Neemrana’s Three Waters for you. As personal and private as it gets. Book this Neemrana Noble Home and make it all your own with an option to get a private villa in South Goa as well.
Local. Immersive. Memorable.
Ask the Neemrana team to assist you in exploring the bustling lanes of South Goa and the old town of Margao (18 km) with its grand colonial homes that combine elements of Portuguese and Indian architecture, the Holy Spirit Church originally built in 1564 and the gorgeous frescoes on the walls and ceilings of the Borda chapel by Goa’s Michelangelo, Dr. Jose Pereira. Drive east to Rachol on the banks of the River Zuari (28 km) to visit the Rachol Catholic Seminary with its fort-like facade, imposing watchtower and murals, portraits of Goa’s archbishops, religious objects of the 17th and 18th century, and a treasure-trove of books in Latin and Portuguese. On return, stop by at Goa Chitra, Benaulim to visit Goa’s only museum that showcases Goa’s multifaced culture, its agrarian roots and advanced medicine, Goa Chakra which displays ancient modes of transportation from all over India; and Goa Cruti’s collection based on Goa’s colonial past.