A small resort in itself, the beach house is great for families or friends travelling together. Its luxurious suites are housed in separate chalets opening on to the swimming pool and gardens interspersed with spaces for lounging and formal dining located in main building with tasteful but neutral interiors décor tones. The tropical gardens leading to the sea are scattered with flowering plants and coconut trees.
Bask in the sun by a 50-metre pool, dine under the stars at the edge of the sea, go swimming or snorkeling, and during a tropical shower put your feet up and watch a movie at the home cinema room. A private air-conditioned gym is available for those who want a professional workout than a run along the beach.
Other villa facilities include a fully equipped gym, spa room where relaxing massages can be booked in with prior notice, and WIFI.
Suites: Four spacious suites are housed in separate chalets that open out to the swimming pool. Two of these have direct sea views. All four rooms are furnished with built in king-size beds. On-suite bathrooms have h/w showers and twin vanities.
Children’s Room: The spacious children’s room is furnished with four bunk beds that can accommodate eight children. There is also cable TV. On-suite bathroom has h/w shower.
– A few minutes’ walk along the beach is perfect for swimming during the season.
– There are several surf points nearby including Dahawalla, Unawatuna, and Mihiripanna.
– Venture off to Unawatuna and try some fresh seafood at one of the beachside cafes.
– There is a PADI certified scuba diving center at Unawatuna.
– Head to Mirissa for exciting water sports activities such as sailing, fishing, coastal cruises, sea kayaking, snorkeling and boating.
– Whale watching excursions into the deep seas is organized during the season in December to April when the seas are calm.
– Go on a boat ride on Koggala Lake where rural village life unfolds.
– Explore Galle’s 17C Dutch Fort with a maze of narrow streets lined with Dutch and British colonial era buildings which are still in use, sturdy ramparts looking out to sea, the lighthouse, and a growing collection of art galleries, shops, restaurants and several boutique hotels and cafes.