The Old Lighthouse mast along with the bungalow that was called the Bristow House came up in 1927-28. Sir Robert Bristow, a member of the Royal Society of Arts, left his indelible mark in the construction and architecture of this British-style heritage building where he lived during his stay in Fort Kochi, Cochin. After the British left India, the Indian Government converted the Bristow House into the official residence for port officials and personnel of the Indian Navy and Air Force. During 1980s, the Government of India moved out of the building and it was reduced to a faint shadow of its former grandeur due to lack of maintenance.
* Welcome drink on arrival.
* ½ kg Flavored cake.
* Three Course Meal (Optional Veg/Non-Veg).
* Small Bottle of Champagne.
* Time – 1730 hrs
* Venue – Either Bristow’s Bristow or Lighthouse Open Lounge.