On reaching the beach, the first thing to do is finding accommodation. Rates of beach huts, cottages, resorts, or road-side lodges keep changing with the season. Some may want a fancy beach cottage with all the facilities and some may want reasonable beach huts with basic facilities, which makes for a good, feasible option for tourists who’re about to spend a couple of months there. Following are some beach huts with different types of classes so that tourists need not to waste their precious time and money. One thing tourists should keep in mind while looking out for an accommodation on any beach is that price will differ in sea-view cottages and garden view cottages… Beach Huts AGONDA Beach Goa
Chattai Beach Cottages
This is one of the most recommendable cottages online and offline. The cottage is lovely – simple but clean and the bed is comfortable. There are three service boys named Mol, De Costa and Amit who are very friendly and lovely to be around. The food is exemplary. The laundry service is good and also a mosquito net will ensure that you sleep soundly. There is also a bar where you can get most of renowned drinks and at cheap prices.
20th December-5th January: Rs3000 per night.
5th January-1st March: Rs1600 per night.
Entire March: Rs1200 per night.
31st March-30th November: Rs900 per night.
Om Sai Huts
Gaurav, the owner will provide the best service to his customers so that they feel most comfortable. Room is quite spacious, good bathroom facility, a mosquito net for customer’s sleep to be sound, and simply praiseworthy services from Sudesh and others working under him. If staying at Om Sai beach huts tourists can have their meal at the adjacent, Omkar beach restaurant and pay the bills cumulatively at checkout. They will also take care and give priority if a tourist wants to go nearby places or a boat ride. You can easily get car or bike on rent at nominal rates for a whole day.
20th December-10th January: Rs2500 per night.
Before 20th December and after 10th January: Rs1500 for sea-view and Rs1000 per night for other.
March-30th November: Rs1300 for sea-view and rs900 per night for other.
All the year round you can get huts in just Rs.800 only. A tourist won’t be able to enjoy all facilities in these huts. There is a common bathroom and washroom for all. The hut is not at all spacious and a mosquito net is kept as a preventive measure for malaria. There is a separate restaurant so a customer can have their breakfast and meal either sitting right in front of the beach or in hut itself. Service men are really helpful that will always be ready to guide you.