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3 bedrooms • 5 bathrooms • sleeps 7
“Rainforest paradise with village atmosphere near beach, transport and historic Galle Fort.” The well furnished and comfortable villa consists of three bedrooms with en- suites and a spacious open living/dining area. The master bedroom has a spacious Bali-style indoor-outdoor bathroom. The single story building is situated on a large and well maintained rain forest property with some traditional features. The outdoor eating area has views over the sparkling clean infinity pool, a water feature and adjoining paddy fields. The atmosphere is peaceful, and visiting water monitors, occasional monkeys as well as a rich bird life, made for a peaceful, relaxing holiday before our more strenuous travels through this beautiful and most varied country. Our accommodation came with a choice of European or Sri Lankan cooked breakfasts, and a good selection of tropical fruit was provided. Other meals were available on request. The villa is well equipped with family games, books about Sri Lanka and videos. Hikkaduwa has shops, bars, restaurants and a lovely beach, all in 10 to 15 minutes' walking distance from the villa. Public transport, i.e. trains and buses, are easily accessible and took us to Galle Fort and Colombo. Staff were welcoming and responsive to any of our requests.
5 bedrooms • 6 bathrooms • sleeps 10
“Third stay here!” This was our third visit ti the lovely beach house. Just a quick detour enroute from australia to Europe. What a surprise to see a fantastic new 2 story wing facing the pool.It had just been completed - a traditional outdoor kitchen and a massage treatment downstairs and upstairs a huge relaxing dining /lounging area with amazing views of the ocean and sunsets. With the new kitchen we took the opportunity to be the first to try out the clay pot cooking lessons with the staff - from shopping for the ingredients, to chopping , preparing and cooking. It was a lot of laughs , even the boys joined in grinding the array of herbs and spices. Then enjoyed eating upstairs taking in the Indian ocean view washed down with some aussie wine we found in the local bottle shop! As before all the staff, Udith, the house girls , driver and the nite watchman we so helpful and obliging.This trip we hardly left the house choosing to eat in and just relax .Funny that doing nothing and all that salt air ( and G &Ts;!) makes you tired ! We will try and get another booking and return before Christmas or at least when there is some international cricket scheduled! So third visit says alot - we are now based in africa so it is respite from the bustle of Nigeria, but from where ever you live it is well worth the flight to Colombo and the road trip to Six degrees North..
3 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • sleeps 7
“Get pampered in Hikkaduwa” Allthough you can book the three seperate rooms via agoda, Villa Gallindawatta is definetely not an hotel. It's much better. We rented the whole villa for a week in July 2013. We arrived around 9 o' clock in the morning, straight from the airport and thoroughly jetlagged. We we're welcomed with fresh fruit juice en big smiles by cook and manager Roshan and his aide Tishara. The villa has a vestibule, a large living room with dining area and three double bedrooms. The bedroom are airconditioned, the living room has a fan. There's an entertainment center with loads of movies and cd's for when the weather isn't to good, but if it's dry it's much nicer to venture outside. The 6000 square metre property has it's own infinity swimming pool, grea foor cooling of at the end of the day. Anytime of the day. Allthough we visited in the southwest monsoon low season, we did not get a lot of rain, except during the night when we were sleeping.The villa is situated about one kilometer inland and it's an easy 10 minute stroll to the beach. As it was low season, there weren't many tourists, so not a lot of beach restaurants and bars were in operation. Basically we had the beach (and the Hug Inn) almost to ourselves. We visited Galle by tuktuk an Roshan took us to a moonstone mine where we made our own silver jewelry. There is a menu, but you don't really need it. Roshan worked as a cook in large hotels and on ships, so he is able to rustle up anything you order. We had all kinds of curry meals, fashioned to the not spicy taste of our kids, but also great spaghetti bolognese. Breakfast with lovely fruits and lunch are also made to order. Roshan does the shopping and you pay the bills and a little extra for cooking gas and petrol.If you book, deal directly with the owner Tam via Flipkey, that way you avoid the bookingfees of agoda. We we're thoroughly spoiled during the week and really enjoyed our stay here.