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Anjuna, Goa, India
6 Rms, 10 Guests
In-Home Meals
About Us

A Modern Home In the Heart of Anjuna, Goa

The Rose Garden, as it was earlier known was started somewhere in the 1960’s by the late Mr. Peter Rose D’souza. It was one of the finest and most renowned at the time and was one of the best restaurants among Anjuna’s best.

From then on there has been no turn turning back and the name still continues to be carried on by the generations that followed in its new avatar the Om Rose Garden. It promises to offer one a memorable experience of their stay and visit to Goa.

Situated among lush greenery from the families ancestral trees the atmosphere here is surely relaxing and calm. Located just a few meters away from Anjuna’s famous Flea Market the Om Rose Garden is also very close to some strategic locations (like the Post Office, Bus Stand, Travel Agency, ATM) that one would need to get to while away from home.

A family-run restaurant in destination Goa, situated comfortably in the compound, offers our honoured guests a pleasant atmosphere, and a comfortable stay away from home.

Peter, Your Host


Room & Suites

You can book the room on following whatsApp number 9822137015. Check in time 2.00 pm to 11.00 pm and checkout timing 11.00 am.




Double Room

  • Garden View
  • Beach Access
  • WiFi
  • Free Parking on premises
  • TV
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Laundry
  • Air Condioning
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Heating
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Kit
  • Balcony
  • Garden
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Bikes

Single Room

  • Garden View
  • Beach Access
  • WiFi
  • Free Parking on premises
  • TV
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Laundry
  • Air Condioning
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Heating
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Kit
  • Balcony
  • Garden
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Bikes

Top Floor Suite

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  • Private Bathroom
  • Two Queen Beds
  • Daily In-House Breakfast included
Food & Drink

In-House Meal Service

Portuguese inspired Goan fusion cuisine in the heart ❤️ of Goa #Anjuna.

The best memories are made around the table. Come and enjoy some mouth watering fusion Goan food and amazing cocktail / Mocktail at OM Rose Garden

You can reserve the table on the below whatsApp number Or calling +919822137015  along with number of persons



  • TV
  • Sound System
  • Bath
  • Hot water
  • Essentials – Towels, bed sheets, soap and toilet paper
  • Bed Linen
  • Clothes Storage
Home Safety
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
Internet and Office
  • Wi-Fi
  • Board Games
Kitchen and Dining
Heating and Cooling
  • Air conditioner
  • ceiling fan
  • heating
  • Garden View
  • Beach access – Beach front
  • Free parking on premises
Checkin & Checkout

Check in time 2.00 pm to 11.00 pm and checkout timing 11.00 am…

Have a Question?

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Location & Nearby Attractions


About Anjuna

With its fluorescent painted palm trees and infamous full-moon parties, Anjuna, 8 km west of Mapusa is Goa at its alternative. World famous for its trance parties held on the beach during the tourist season. Anjuna also hosts the famous flea market wherein you can purchase many things ranging from fruits to jewelry, clothes and electronic devices. The Anjuna Beach is known for its soft white sands and shoreline dotted with exotic palm trees. Since the Anjuna beach has a rocky promontory, the ocean currents are not very strong and it offers the perfect backdrop for bathing and playing in the water. In Anjuna, there is everything a traveler may need like, ATM, cyber cafes, bikes, rooms and houses on rent. Also numerous restaurants offering different kinds of food to tackle your taste (Goan, Indian, continental, Israeli, Italian, French, etc.).

Sunset boat cruise

A host of floats sets out each evening just before sunset to ply the Mandovi waters and entertain tourists with nothing more sophisticated than the view, a beer or two and a dash of traditional Goan dancing. A number of companies run competing tours from the Santa Monica Jetty, with the GTDC’s being the most serene and least raucous of the bunch. So pick up your tickets and head to the jetty to experience and compare these watery offerings.

Mangeshi Temple

The Mangesh Linga is said to have been consecrated on the mountain of Mangireesh (Mongir) on the banks of river Bhagirathi by Lord Brahma, from where the Saraswat Brahmins brought it to Trihotrapuri in Bihar. They carried the linga to Gomantaka and settled at Mathagrama, the present-day Margao, establishing their most sacred and ancient temple of Mangesh on the banks of the river Gomati or Zuari as it is called today.

The 450-year-old Shri Mangesh temple dedicated to Shiva stands out with its simple and yet exquisitely elegant structure. The temple architecture consists of several domes, pilasters and balustrades. There is a prominent Nandi Bull and a beautiful seven-story deepstambha (lamp tower), which stands inside the temple complex. The temple also has a magnificent water tank, which is believed to be the oldest part of the temple.

Like most temples in Goa, Mangueshi Temple has a large number of pujas being performed daily. Every morning, Shodshopchar pujas, namely Abhisheka Laghurudra and Maharudra, are performed. This is followed by Maha-Aarti at noon and Panchopchar pooja at night.

Every Monday, the idol of Manguesh is taken out for a precession in the Palakhi accompanied by music before the evening Aarti

Anjuna Flea Market

Without doubt the most important day in the Anjuna diary. The Flea market day sees scores of local and expat vendors descending on the market site at the far south of the beach, to haggle the day away over clothing, jewellery, souvenirs and a good deal, these days, of usual tourist tat. Pick through the rubbish (underfoot, quite literally) to seek out treasure, including sparkling ceiling hangings, dancing dolls, and posh frocks made from dazzling saris. Even if you don’t come home loaded with shopping, it’s an unmissable event, where you’ll find Goa’s old faithful hippies mingling with I Heart Goa–clad Indian tourists, package-holiday Brits and Russians, and young backpackers

Basilica of Bom Jesus

The Basilica of Bom Jesus is famous throughout the Roman Catholic world. It contains the tomb and mortal remains of St Francis Xavier who, in 1541, was given the task of spreading Christianity among the subjects of the Portuguese colonies in the East.

A former pupil of St Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit order, St Francis Xavier embarked on missionary voyages that became legendary and, considering the state of transport at the time, were nothing short of miraculous.

Apart from the richly gilded altars, the interior of the church is remarkable for its simplicity. Construction began in 1594 and was completed in 1605. This old monument is a must see when in Goa

Mapusa Market

The Mapusa market goes about its business daily, except Sundays, but really gets going on Friday’s. It’s a raucous affair that attracts vendors and shoppers from all over Goa (and interstate) with an entirely different vibe to the Mapusa market. Here you’ll find locals haggling for clothing and produce, and you can also find antiques, souvenirs and textiles. So significant is the market locally that the town’s name is derived from the Konkani words map meaning ‘measure’ and sa meaning ‘fill up’, in reference to the trade in spices, vegetables and fruit that’s plied here daily.

Church of our lady of the immaculate conception

Panaji’s spiritual, as well as geographical centre is its gleamingly picturesque main church, built in 1619 over an older, smaller 1540 chapel and stacked like a fancy white wedding cake to the southeast of the ragged municipal gardens. When Panaji was little more than a sleepy fishing village, this place was the first port of call for sailors from Lisbon, who would clamber up here to thank their lucky stars for a safe crossing, before continuing to Ela (Old Goa), the state’s capital until the 19th century, further east up the river.


Guest Reviews

Food was different but great in taste…never had such tasty dinner…seradura and coctails were amazing… would suggest to try the steaks and the mini pizzas

J. k Anagar

Very Good place to stay and good Food. steak and fish is Good and Kingfisher beer is better then before. Do Visit this place and experience yourself.

Franz Gotzner

Cool place to hang out in the evening. The bar is stunning and there is a roof top view, which shouldn’t be missed. Had spiced sweet potato fries and met some good folks.

Helene Dsouza

A must visit place if you are in Anjuna. Delicious food and yummy deserts. Staff is very polite and service is superb.

Shanu Rat

Visited their restaurant and ordered for Grandma’s Chicken which was a killer. Fill it in the bun they give and relish the dish

Vinod Bychegowda

Contact Us…

(+91) 9822137015