Directions

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Address

“Shantitheeram”, Ezhara Beach, Near Ezhara LP School, Kuttikkakam PO, Edakkad, Kannur 670663, India.
Telephone: +91 9847390000, email: mythily@shantitheeram.com

Shantitheeram is located between Telicherry and Kannur, in the state of Kerala. You can get down at Telicherry or Kannur Railway station if you are traveling via train.

Directions from Telicherry:

Please note one Hotel Surya Residency which near Nadal Railway Gate on the main highway (NH 17) from Telicherry to Kannur. Right in front of Surya Residency you see a railway gate on the left.

  • Cross the railway gate and take an immediate left turn on a small road.
  • This road winds, crosses a small bridge and climbs up.
  • Take the left turn which takes to a T Junction.
  • Take a right turn.
  • This road climbs up a hill, goes down, crosses a road, go straight on this road  towards Ezhara beach.
  • The road reaches the beach and makes a left turn. You can see a large wooden gate with a security kiosk and a red stone house on the right at the turn which faces the beach.
  • This location is around 14 km North from Telicherry.

Directions from Kannur:

Take NH 17 Highway South from Kannur. Travel via Thottada. Do not take Thottada Byepass. Immediately before Nadal Railway Crossing there is a small road on the right of the Railway Crossing kiosk which goes to Ezhara Beach.

  • This road winds, crosses a small bridge and climbs up.
  • Take the left turn which takes to a T Junction.
  • Take a right turn.
  • This road climbs up a hill, goes down, crosses a road, go straight on this road  towards Ezhara beach.
  • The road reaches the beach and makes a left turn. You can see a large wooden gate with a security kiosk and a red stone house on the right at the turn, which faces the beach.
  • The location is around 14 km south of Kannur.

Nearest Railway stations:

Kannur – 14 km, Telicherry 14 km

 Nearest Airports:

Calicut (Karipur) – 93 km, Kochi (Nedumbassery) – 200 km, Mangalore – 160 km

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Testimonials

Shantitheeram is literary an abode of peace. The constant dance of the waves, the quite coconut grove, and the occasional fishing boat bobbing in the waters. Mythily Aunties excellent Malabari Cuisine is reason enough to overstay. The delicate balance of her stew, the soft fluffiness of Appams and Ariunda and the puttu was unlike the other we had before. We shall be back for more. You are truly Diamond Class. A big thanks to Uthamattan and staff.
Anurag Mallick and Jyothy Karat, Bangalore, January 13, 2012