Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
On the South coast of Sri Lanka, approx 40 minutes from Galle and a genuine 5 min walk to the beach where the best Blue Whale Watching trips in Sri Lanka are available. Chill out by the private 34ft swimming pool or relax on the beautiful beach, this is a truly remarkable place. Wait for the sun to set and chase fireflies in either the garden or along the beach. Great place for surfing or body boarding. Approx 3hrs early morning/late night drive from Colombo International Airport - 1 hour 45 mins when the Highway extension opens. Staffed and complete with separate staff accommodation attached to the side of the property with their own bathroom and kitchen. Free Wi-Fi available.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Mirissa Beach 500 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Colombo 155 km, Nearest railway: Matara 12 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property|
|General||Air conditioning, Safe, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Further details indoors|
See our webpage on www.daisylanka.com
1 superking sized bedroom (Master bed) with 180x200cm bed in a huge bedroom with full wetroom/bathroom en-suite comprising of a large bathtub and 4ft by 4.4ft wet shower with massagers. Twin sinks, toilet and vanity unit. En-suite dressing room comprising of dressing table/shelving unit and wardrobe. A/C in bedroom and 4 poster bed complete with fitted mosquito net. 2 sets of french doors leading to the rear garden. Bed linen and towels provided and changed twice weekly.
1 Kingsize bedroom 150x200cm 4 poster bed complete with fitted mosquito net. A/C room with en-suite bathroom/wetroom comprising of large rain shower, toilet, sink and vanity unit. Complete with wardrobe and dressing table. Bed linen and towels provided and changed twice weekly.
2 x single (extra long size) 4 poster beds 90x200cm complete with fitted mosquito nets. A/C room with en-suite bathroom/wetroom comprising of large rain shower, toilet, sink and vanity unit. Walk in dressing area comprising of shelves, wardrobe and table. Bed linen and towels provided and changed twice weekly.
Large indoor lounge area with double folding doors leading to the rear garden. Free WiFi included.
Large kitchen with all facilities and breakfast bar for 6 people again leading to the rear garden.
External covered area at the rear of the property for smokers with access from the kitchen, lounge and master bedroom.
Large covered ambalama/outside seating area complete with seating pads, cushions and bolsters, seats at least 12 people and room for at least 6 people to lie down on. Covered outdoor dining table. The ambalama looks out onto the 34ft private swimming pool with seating area, steps and lights. The deep end is 6ft and the shallow end is 3ft.
WiFi is available and free of charge.
|Further details outdoors|
Large garden with coconut palm's, banana tree's, breadfruit tree's and others.
Monkey's frequent the tree's often and chipmunks, fireflies, chameleons, frogs and other wildlife can be seen in and around the garden.
Completely renovated and extended property completed in Feb 2012. Smoking permitted in covered area's outside but strictly no smoking inside the property.
The Sri Lanka Southern Coast region
It’s unlikely that you will get bored in Mirissa but if you need to explore the surroundings then here are a few options and places to see.
Heading back in the direction of Colombo you will find the small fishing town and railway hub of Welligama . It’s a 15 minutes bus ride ( 4 KM ) and getting lost in the back streets of this small market town can be fun . Take a stroll along the sea front and watch the fishermen dragging their boats up on shore or selling their fish in their small shops. The is a bank here, some small internet shops and lots of places to buy small local items ideal for gifts.
The Port of Galle ( Galla ) is about another 30 minutes further on towards Colombo . If this is your main destination be sure to get a bus with a seat available or you will be standing all the way with a million other people.
Galle has one of the most beautiful old Dutch / Portugese forts in all of South East Asia. It is a port town and there is a thriving neighbourhood with the fort walls . Once inside you can walk around the old fort and get lost amongst all the small streets. Grab something to eat or quench your thirst with a orange coloured King Coconut and sit on the old walls and look out over the ocean.
Galle is famous for its lace and you will not get more than 100 M before some old lady tries to sell you some. Spend an hour or so wandering around the old Dutch Church in the heat of the day and read some of the old tombstones from 200 year ago.
The Fort is NEVER closed and there is NEVER and entrance fee to get in. It is a vibrant working part of the city and access to it is just across from the railway and the bus station. Galle is known for its creative Touts so beware of people who befriend you as they will eventually just happen to mention that they or a friend can get you a great deal on some gems . Its also not uncommon to be approached by someone who claims to be a Waiter in the restaurant in the Hotel you are staying at . They are just trying to make a living and their tactics and stories can be quire amusing. just tell them politely you are not interested and they usually disappear , I did say “ usually “
Heading in the direction away from Colombo and about 12 KM down the road from Mirissa is the bustling town of Matara. This is the final stop on the Train from Colombo and a major bus destination hub for the whole of the Southern Provence . It is from here that you can get back to Colombo or take a bus up to Ella and the Hill Country.
Matara also has its own Fort tucked away in a quiet corner of the town close to the main Bus Station. It is not as grand as the one in Galle , but it is still nice to spend a few hours walking around inside it .
Just after the Cricket Grounds is the extremely old Dutch Star Fort . This place dates back to 1600 and it is still possible to walk around inside it and with only a little bit of imagination its possible to transport yourself back in time and put yourselves in the shoes of one of the young soldiers stationed here from Holland.
Another 8 or so KM up the road is Dondra and this place is geographically the most Southern tip of Sri Lanka and the Indian Sub Continent . There is functioning lighthouse there and definitely its worth a trip to just to say you were there. Ask for details and directions at your guest house or hire a minivan or Tuk Tuk to take you there .
Mirissa and its breathtaking sandy beach pretty much transforms your dreams and visions of a tropical paradise into an everyday reality.
Located close to the Southern tip of the Island of Sri Lanka and only about 200 km from the Equator, this secluded crescent shaped beach is the perfect place to sit back, relax and forget about all the hussle and bussle of your other life that’s a million miles away.
This small sandy tropical beach boasts some of Sri Lanka’s best and most stunning sunsets and sunrises.
All the Guest Houses in Mirissa are set back from the actual beach giving you the impression that you are on a deserted palm fringed island. Every now and again the silence is broken by the sound of a coconut falling on the sand or a chilled beer being opened by someone further up the beach.
Mirissa Beach is rapidly becoming a popular Surfer hangout during the months of November to March when it’s the rainy season on the East coast.
Whale watching in Mirissa
Word has reaches us that many people visiting Sri Lanka have been taking side trip to Mirissa to do some Whale and Dolphin watching . A Company based in Mirissa reports to be able to introduce you to Spinner, Striped, Bottlenose and Spotted Dolphins.
Large whales are also seen in the waters off Mirissa. I suspect everything is seasonal so its best to give them a call and see what they have to offer. There are a few companies to choose from so spend a few minutes deciding before you commit to a whale watching in Mirissa trip.
If you are an early riser , now by early we mean 6am , why not take a short walk to Mirissa Port to see the fish being unloaded from the boats and trawlers.
This is ground zero for the local fishing community where people come from all over the South of the country to buy. It is not unusual to see large sharks being hauled off boats that have just come back from a 2 week excursion to the water close to the Maldives.
You will see people haggling and arguing over the price of some of the strangest or most valuable seafood creatures available in this region. Bring a camera to capture the mayhem but be careful where you point it. It’s a place of intense business and the locals are not there to pose for the tourists.
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17 Jan 2014
"Dreaming of Daisy Lanka"
Daisy Lanka is a delightful three bedroom villa located up a quiet lane, an easy 5 minutes walk from Marissa beach.We stayed at the property for three weeks from New Year onwards with a party of four.… More
27 Dec 2013
"Belle maison avec du personnel sympa"
Cette maison est bien tenue, elle est très bien équipée et décorée avec beaucoup de goûts.Le personnel est très sympathique et toujours prêt à rendre service, nous avons mangé de bons petit… More
14 Aug 2013
"If I tell you how good it was, we may never get to go again..."
We had a lovely time in the Daisy Lanka villa. It is a luxury residence within a lush and tropical surrounding and in keeping with the local environment. Bliss behind doors.The beach a short walk away… More
13 Aug 2013
"Paradise, fantastic accomodation,staff and a stones throw from the beach"
From the moment the gates opened we felt at home, the staff were all smiles and nothing was too much trouble.
The villa has been sympathetically renovated to a very high standard with modern facilities such as wet room showers and air conditioning. The garden is a lovely place to chill with an iced coffee (or something stronger) either lounging under the Ambalama enjoying the sun or cooling off in the pool.
The food is nothing short of amazing, Proboda (The Chef) is young man but way beyond his age in his ability to put superb food in front of you. Every meal was a delight.
Mahesh (The House Boy)is always polite with nothing too much trouble ensuring the accommodation is always a pleasant place to be.
Gamini looks after the premises at night and his son Hashan is always readily available with his Tuk Tuk should you need a taxi
Finally, Chathu is there every morning to check that everything is in place for your holiday to exceed expectations. From a sight seeing trip to talking about Sri Lankan culture.
I left thinking "When can I go back"
5 Jul 2013
"A wonderful relaxing villa with amazing staff!"
We stayed at this beautiful villa in March with friends,as soon as we arrived we were welcomed by the villas warm and friendly staff.Greeting us with a cold towel and a drink after a long night trave… More
10 Jun 2013
"Our favourite place in Sri Lanka!"
We had such a great time at Daisy Lanka!! We could have stayed there MUCH longer.The house has a lot of character. It's comfortable and well equipped but Daisy Lanka's staff stood out to us … More
8 Jun 2013
"Amazing experience at Daisy Lanka"
We stayed at Daisy Lanka for 1 week in April. From the initial booking, Tracey and Andy were great at keeping in contact and answering any queries we had. The handbook they provided before we travelle… More
16 Apr 2013
"Daisy Lanka was an amazing villa with fantastic staff"
We were very happy with Daisy Lanka which was a very well appointed and clean villa with an immaculate garden and pool area. The staff were there to greet us and on hand whenever we needed them. Chathu spoke very good English and was there if we needed any help. She was very caring when I was taken ill and accompanied me to the doctor. Proboda cooked us some wonderful food which meant we ate several times for lunch and evening at the villa. Mahesh was also very handy in the kitchen as well as being a very caring person and looking after our needs. Also we felt safe at night as Gamini kept watch...he also provided a very careful tuk tuk drive!
Mirissa beach was beautiful as one of my sons said "he has visited some amazing places and he rates it one of the best!". It was very clean and tidy whilst providing plenty of bars to eat at but without destroying the natural beauty. It was a genuine 5 minute walk from the villa.
Not forgetting the owners Andy & Tracy who were extremely helpful and provided us with any information we needed before we left home and during our stay...Thankyou
I would highly recommend a stay at this beatiful place and hope some day to return
15 Apr 2013
"A perfect choice"
This place was great! Perfect location, lovely staff, gorgeous apartment and pool. Definitely ask the chef, Praboda, to cook as many of your meals as possible. His forte is the Sri Lankan food. So much better than the poor quality, over priced stuff on the beach.
10 Mar 2013
"5* Villa in an unspoilt location"
Andy and Tracy's beautiful villa feels like home as soon as you arrive, even when you get there late at night as we did. Their attention to detail, from comfortable beds with lovely cotton linen … More
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