EUREKA GUEST HOUSE ROOMS' ARE CLOSED FOR RENOVATION UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Situated at Moka, in the fresh and lush climate of central Mauritius, the famous residence "Eureka" was built during the French colonial period and once belonged to a very well known Mauritian family. The main part of the estate has been turned into a museum, and offer guided tours through this magnificent colonial house, its lush gardens and down to the cascading river.
As it is the aim to have guests experience an extended glimpse of history, Eureka House offer three self catering guesthouses on the premises; situated in the vicinity of the residence in a quiet corner of the vast gardens and "off the beaten track".
Hosting two adults, the guest houses reflect the famous touch of the past in combination though with modern amenities, well equipped kitchenettes and bathrooms with WC/shower. Breakfast is a part of the arrangement, whereas lunch and dinner can be ordered separately or taken in the restaurants on the premises.
The guesthouses offer a calm and inspiring atmosphere; it is not by chance that some of Eureka's former owners were poets and writers.