Cherilyn Monta Resort, Ratnagiri

Plot No. 305 (B), Gorulewadi, Ozer Junction, Oni, Tal. - Rajapur, Dist. - Ratnagiri 440067, Maharashtra, INDIA.

About City

Ratnāgiri is a port city on the Arabian Sea coast in Ratnagiri District in the southwestern part of Maharashtra, India. The district is a part of Konkan division of Maharashtra.

About Resort

A sprawling resort in the heart of the Konkan, Come here and Relax, Recharge and Rejuvenate with “ State of the art” facilities and a natural, pure and ecologically vibrant environment.
The Cherilyn Monta resort offers the world’s finest in luxury and holistic wellness. It is one of the best resort in Coastal Maharashtra, offering an amazing fusion of five star amenities and 80 acres of pristine greenery with lakes, water bodies, orchards, landscaped gardens and over 3000 trees & more than 80 species of birds supporting a natural, healthy ecosystem.

How to Reach

By Air : - The nearest major airport to Ratnagiri is at Mumbai. From there, you can take a bus, train or car to reach Ratnagiri, Nearest Airport: Goa International Airport - 188 kms from Ratnagiri.
By Road : - Various government and private are available to Ratnagiri from most major cities and towns in and around Maharashtra.
By Train : Ratnagiri is well connected by rail that makes the travel easier for the tourists.

Murud janjira

Murud janjira

Murud-Janjira is the local name for a fort situated on an island just off the coastal village of Murud, in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, India.

Koyana Wildlife century

 Koyana Wildlife century

Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary and natural World Heritage Site located in Satara district of the Indian state of Maharashtra.

Thibaw Point

Thibaw Point

Situated at the hem of the hill, the Thibaw point has a Thibaw palace built as the exile of the king of Burma(Myanmar). It provides a picturesque view of the sunset at Arabian sea and is a centre of attraction for picnickers.

Malgund

Malgund

Malgund is the native village of the famous Marathi poet, Kavi Keshavsoot. The poet's house, which is now converted into a student's hostel, is open for visits. The village also houses a memorial to the poet, built by the Marathi Sahitya Parishad.

Pandre Samudra

Pandre Samudra

Pandre beach is a long stretch of white sand and therefore known as 'White beach.' It is a lustrous beach with beautiful palm groves in the backdrop and crystal clear water to dip in. It is a ethereal sight to be around.