The interiors are stylishly decorated with a mixture of modern furniture and period antiques, local art and infusions of colourful, exotic fabrics. The living and dining areas introduce some art deco features, which help to create informal rooms in which to relax.
Stepping out onto the front terrace, the stunning infinity pool is located just a few steps below the main house and overlooks the azure blue Indian Ocean. There is an ambalama next to the house where you can sit, lounge and read between refreshing dips in the pool. This is also a great spot to watch the sunset.
– Take a safari in Yala National Park where you can see leopards, elephants, sloth bears, wild boar, buffalos and pythons
– Visit the holy Kataragama temple
-Visit the Bundala Nature Reserve, famous for its abundant birdlife
Meals may be served to any location of your choosing; so enjoy lazy breakfasts in the garden and lunches featuring rice and curry, spicy pumpkin soup, lobster and mango salad, prawn satay or a selection of pastas from the terrace. Candlelit three-course dinners are memorable and are accompanied by house wines and concluded with a traditional Wattalapan or passion fruit brulée. It is advisable to inform the villa staff of your alcoholic preferences in advance of your arrival.