Farmagudi Hill Retreat Goa

Farmagudi Hill Retreat Goa, a GTDC Hotel Goa is a wonderful place to enjoy the exotic cocktail of sun, sea and sand. GTDC Farmagudi Residency Hill Retreat is a beautifully laid out group of elegant cottages that would not be out of place on a Swiss mountain. Sloping roofs and a short decorative flight of steps lead to each cottage.
The Farmagudi retreat looks like a picturesque set laid out in a beautiful garden lined with winding, flower edged pathways.

Location of GTDC Farmagudi Hill Retreat Goa
Farmagudi Residency is located at Ponda, 36 kilometers away from the Dabolim airport and 22 kilometers from the Margao railway station, 26 ksm from Panjim city, 16 kms from Karmali Railway station, 46 kms from Tivim Railway station and 56 kms from Vasco railway station.
Dining (Restaurant in Farmagudi Residency)
The Farmagudi Residency Retreat service have a multi cuisine restaurant in one cottage which serves delicious food. There is a complete outdoor restaurant too.
Facilities GTDC Farmagudi Residency Goa
  • A beautiful park
  • Indoor games
  • Rooms equipped with all modern amenities
Nearby Places from Farmagudi Residency
  • Drive to Hindu temples around Ponda for a fascinating insight into the distinctive character of the Goan Hindu architecture. Visit the most important temples, Mangueshi Temple , dedicated to lord shiva and the Nagueshi temple in the tiny hamlet of Bandora. The Mahalsa Narayani temple, just 2kms from Mangueshi, is dedicated to Lord Vishnu’s consort Laxmi or according to some, His female form, Mohini.
  • One of the largest and the most famous of Goa’s temples dedicated to Shri Shantadurga (1738), the wife of Lord Shiva also known as the Goddess of Peace, lies just 3kms south west of Ponda Town .
  • The Safa Masjid on the national highway, west of town is the largest of Goa ’s 26 mosques and built by Ibrahim Adi Shah in 1560. It has a simple rectangular chamber on a low plinth, with a pointed pitched roof, very much in the local architectural style, although the cupped arches are distinctly Bijapuri.
  • Bondla wild life sanctuary is also widely popular amongst the tourist. A small, 8 sq. kms sanctuary at the foot of the hills of the Western Ghats has a mini zoo that guarantees sightings of Goa ’s wild life in natural surroundings and also offers short elephant rides. The park also has an attractive botanical garden setting and a 2.4km nature trail with water holes, a lake and a tree top observation tower.