Enjoy the life of an aristocratic Goan family of yore at Casa Britona, where the quiet village neighbourhood brings tranquillity and the wash of the river alongside eases you into a state of relaxation. It’s the real ‘sussegado’ life here – laid back and enjoyable just as the Goans live it. Casa Britona is a 300-year-old Portuguese Goan home located in a typical fishing village that continues to hold fast to the charm of traditional Goa. Kissing the river close by is the church of Nossa Senhora de Penha de França, built in 1626, offering an absolutely splendid view of the twinkling lights of Panjim and a hope that your vacation could be frozen in time.
Panjim is a short drive away, with every convenience at hand – from shopping to food and entertainment. Casa Britona has a massage room to boost that sense of relaxation and a free-form swimming pool if you want to up the activity quotient a just a little bit.
Staff is on hand to whip up some delicious meals at Casa Britona. Our speciality here is superb Goan cuisine, prepared by locals from the village. It’s the true taste of the real Goa that not many find in most tourist locales. Indian and Continental dishes are also on the menu, and you can savour your favourite dishes on the banks of the river or on the pool-side deck.