Those who’d like a quiet home close to the beaches along the coastline. Perfect for a group of upto 8 people.

What we love

  • This one’s a charming restored village home that’s nestled in the midst of a thicket of swaying coconut trees and other greens.
  • The house comes with 4 bedrooms each furnished with canopied four poster beds. Three of the bedrooms have lovely semi-open to the sky bathrooms - showering shaded by the stars at night and the coconut trees during the day is such a delightful tropical feeling!
  • The blue tiled swimming pool with its cool pool loungers and shaded pavilion feel like a little oasis of tropical haven! Swim a few laps and then just snooze by the poolside while the crisp sun helps you with a perfect tan.
  • The whole house has these warm earthy elements and beautiful cosy sitting areas that open up to the manicured gardens - great spaces to huddle with all while creating some everlasting memories.

What to know

  • Be delighted with fresh and flavourful curry preparations and other food cooked in-house. The choice of cuisine although limited is sure to appease your palette. You can choose to dine alfresco by the gardens or at the indoor dining area - let your mood decide where you’d like to enjoy your meal!
  • Although the home isn’t on the beachfront, you can hit up some pristine beaches in less than 5 minutes!
  • The friendly and super warm staff serve with a smile and go the extra mile to make you comfortable. From the gardening dispelling his wisdom about the flora and fauna to the housekeeper preparing food of your choice to arranging transportation - just let them know what you want and it’ll be done!
 4 Bedrooms
 5 Bathrooms
 Sleeps 6 to 8 people


  • Airconditioning
  • Television
  • In-room safe
  • Hot water
  • Hair dryer
  • Tea coffee maker
  • Complimentary water
  • Room Service
  • Internet


  • Wifi
  • Car rental facility
  • Credit card accepted


  • Living and lounge area
  • Dining Area
  • Media/ TV Room
  • Lawns/ gardens
  • Beach/sea/water front


  • Television
  • DVD Player
  • Ipod docking station
  • Swimming Pool
  • Barbecue set up


  • Wheelchair access
  • Child friendly
  • Parking
  • Suitable for events
  • Pets allowed


  • Washing machine/ Dryer
  • Ironing facilities
  • Towels/ toiletries
  • Laundry


  • Chef can prepare whatever you want!


  • Manager
  • Housekeeper
  • Chef/ cook
  • Security personnel


  • Fridge
  • Stove
  • Microwave
  • Oven/ Toaster
  • Water filter/ purifier


  • Fire extinguisher
  • Doctor on call
  • Power back up
  • Safety locker
Below rates are indicative. Send booking request for lowest rates Show rates in Indian Rupee
Room Type Currency 1 May to 30
June '18
1 July to 31
August '18
1 September to 30
November '18
1 December to 15
December '18
16 December to 10
January '19
11 January to 31
January '19
1 February to 10
February '19
11 February to 19
April '19
20 April to 27
April '19
28 April to 30
April '19
Full Villa - 4 Bedrooms INR 36,210 41,927 36,210 41,927 72,420 41,927 72,420 41,927 72,420 41,927

Rate Includes

  • Accommodation for upto 8 people
  • All applicable taxes
  • Complimentary WiFi

Additional Details

Minimum Stay:

  • There’s a minimum stay of 3 nights through the year. From 1 July to 31 August, the minimum stay is 5 nights. From 19 December to 8 January, 1 February to 15 February and 20 March to 3 April, the minimum stay will be 7 nights.

Awesome Things to do nearby


Stilt Fishermen

In the past, to battle crowded fishing spots, fishermen affixed sticks in coral reefs right on the water during dawn and dusk to get their catch of the day while balancing themselves delicately on right angled offshoots known as ‘petta’. Many of these fishermen pose for the camera between Welligama and Unawatuna on the coastal strip and earn a better living than by just fishing!

Stilt Fishermen | Photo Credits: Steve McCurry
Stilt Fishermen | Photo Credits: Steve McCurry

Galle Fort & Lighthouse

The quaint historical town of Galle is a delightful example of Portuguese and Dutch architecture that seamlessly blends in with native traditions. A fortified city that bravely bounced back after the 2004 tsunami, the Galle city is full of wonders and surprises if you’ve got a quick eye and are ready to explore. There’s nothing like spending a day strolling along the decadent ramparts or the ancient cobbled paths with fascinating names such as the ” Moorse Kramerstraat” or the Pedlar Street while peaking into the magnificent Dutch Reformed Church.

Take a selfie with the oldest breadfruit tree in Galle and or have an engaging conversation with many a writers and artists who take a seat at their favourite watering holes in and around the fort area. Call it day with a visit to the Galle lighthouse soaking in the panoramic views.

Southern Ramparts of Galle Fort
Southern Ramparts of Galle Fort
Galle Fort Lighthouse
Galle Fort Lighthouse

Paradise Road, The Gallery Café

Address: 2 Alfred House Road, Colombo 3 | Open: Daily from 10 am to 12 midnight | Phone: +94 11 2582162/ 2556563

The Gallery Café, oozing with charm, is housed in the former office of late Geoffrey Bawa, Sri Lanka’s most loved and respected architect. It’s a space that reeks of character with its bare brick walls, archaic structure, quirky artefacts and eclectic paintings. Served on black and white crockery, the food is just as good! From salad to local Sri Lankan preparations to mouth watering desserts coupled with drinks of your choice - this is one of the best places to relish a meal while in Colombo.

The café is popular with both the locals as well as tourists who find their way here navigated by travel guide books. Reservations are highly recommended.

Paradise Road, Gallery Cafe, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Paradise Road, Gallery Cafe, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Paradise Road, Gallery Cafe, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Paradise Road, Gallery Cafe, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Barefoot, Galle Fort

​Address: 41 Peddlar Street, Galle Fort, Galle | Phone: +94 91 2226299 | Open: Mon to Sat: 9 am to 8 pm, Sundays: 10 am to 6 pm

If you have a taste for the artsy, you must stop at Barefoot- a boutique gift shop founded in 1964 and curated by the talented Barbara Sansoni who is famous for her eclectic designs. Choose from a colourful variety of hand-woven sarongs and mats, cute hand bags, cloth toys, draped garments, ethnic jewelry and stunning home décor pieces. Bring home the vagabond Barefoot mouse toy for your kid while you pick up and some interesting collection of local tea from Sri Lanka for family and friends back home.

If you’re there over a weekend, stop by for dinner of black pork curry and red wine or beer to live jazz music, played just on Fridays evenings and Sunday afternoons.

Barefoot, Galle Fort, Galle
Barefoot, Galle Fort, Galle
Barefoot, Galle Fort, Galle
Barefoot, Galle Fort, Galle

Koggala Lake

A beautiful lake dotted with five islands, each special for something - from spices to temples and bird havens! On one of the islands, you can dip your feet in a pool of golden fish, who nibble on your feet, and relax you within a few minutes! In the distance, watch stilt fisherman catch prawns and cuttlefish in a unique fashion!

Koggala Lake, Sri Lanka | Photo credits: Yacob Ahli
Koggala Lake, Sri Lanka | Photo credits: Yacob Ahli