My Bookings
Travel Guides
About Us

We'll personally help you pick the perfect hotel.

We spent two years travelling around India and stayed at over a hundred hotels. The Tripzuki collection represents the best of the best. We met the owners and the staff, took our own photos, and tried the breakfast in the morning. We know EVERYTHING about these hotels. We also negotiated some incredible deals!

Leave your name and email with us and we'll get in touch to help you find the perfect hotel.

Why Book Through Tripzuki?

  • Free wine or meal
    with every booking
  • Only the best hotels
    we stay at every one
  • Lowest rates guaranteed
    or we'll pay you the difference!

Siolim House

North Goa

Siolim House is found on a peaceful lane in the north Goan village of Siolim, halfway between Mapusa and Chapora, just north of Anjuna.

Although not on the beach, Siolim is still close to the coast, with the hotel’s road leading to Chapora bay. The Pernem beach stretch of Morjim, Mandrem and Asvem is 15 minutes drive north.

How to get there:

Siolim House is best reached by car. If you don’t have your own they will organise a taxi pick-up from the airport or station.

By air:
Goa airport aka Dabolim is very well served all year round by domestic flights (Indigo/GoAir, Jet, Air India, SpiceJet), as well as international charter flights during the holiday season.

By train:

Goa’s main station is Madgaon (in Margao) and is well served by trains coming south from Mumbai and north from Kerala. For Siolim, try to alight at Pernem or Thivim which are much closer than Madgaon.

Take a taxi from the station or even easier ask the hotel to collect you (chargeable).

By taxi / road:
Coming from the south head towards Mapusa, then continue through the town and on to Siolim which is 7km further on.


Distances & travel times:

airport: 45km / 1 hr 5 mins

railway stations: 
Madgaon: 55km / 1 hr 20 mins
Thivim: 15km / 25 mins
Pernem: 18km / 30 mins



Book Siolim House

Rates from USD$ 93.97

When to go:

Siolim House is open all year round. October to March is the best time to visit, December and January is the peak season where Goa is most alive.

Although the monsoon can be a delightful time and very relaxing, and the hotel offers great deals, much of Goa (especially restaurants) shuts down during this time, and the rain can be extremely heavy so bear that in mind.

Expect Christmas and New Year to be very busy and book as early as you can (even a year in advance if possible!).


Getting around:

Taxis are best (and the hotel can organise one for you), although scooters or motorbikes can also also be hired.

Walking and cycling around the area can be pleasant, although it’s hard to get anywhere significant this way.

Public transport is not the best option though a local bus service does exist.

Children Yes
Closed Never