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VILLA POOJA KANDA

5BR, Koggala, South Coast, Sri Lanka
Sleeps 10 : 440€ – 680€ / night

5 Bedrooms

5 Bedrooms

5 Bathrooms

5 Bathrooms

1500 m to Beach

1500 m to Beach

Pool

Pool

WiFi

WiFi

The open-plan Dutch colonial style of this 5-bedroom villa is very unique and gives you the perfect holiday feeling. The villa offers a hugh swimming pool, WLan and your air-conditioned home cinema and a modern kitchen. The location of this luxury villa is spectacular. Situated on a hill near to Koggala beach at the south coast of Sri Lanka surrounded by tropical plants. You will feel like in paradise. You walk in your own paradise garden and can smell all the exotic fruits and blossoms, listen to the chirping of the birds and see the monkeys swinging in the tress. This lovely scent of the fruits and colors - it's your paradise and place of peace.

Dates:

SEP 01 - NOV 30 2018
DEC 01 - DEC 20 2018
DEC 21 - JAN 15 2019
JAN 16 - JAN 31 2019
FEB 01 - FEB 10 2019
FEB 11 - APR 30 2019
MAY 01 - JUN 30 2019
JUL 01 - AUG 31 2019
SEP 01 - NOV 30 2019
DEC 01 - DEC 20 2019
DEC 21 - JAN 15 2020

Price / night:

440.00€
540.00€
680.00€
540.00€
680.00€
540.00€
440.00€
540.00€
440.00€
540.00€
680.00€

Min. Stay:

2 Nights
3 Nights
7 Nights
3 Nights
5 Nights
3 Nights
2 Nights
3 Nights
2 Nights
3 Nights
7 Nights

AMENITIY LIST

BBQ

BBQ

Sat TV

Sat TV

DVD

DVD

Safe

Safe

SPA Room

SPA Room

AC

AC

Villa manager

Villa manager

Personal chef

Personal chef

Gardener

Gardener

Security

Security

Butler

Butler

Pooja Kanda sits on the top of a hill near Koggala and the south-coast market town of Habaraduwa, ten minutes' inland from the beach. Famous for accommodating the celebrated Sri Lankan author, Martin Wickramasinghe (who has an interesting museum dedicated to him in town), Koggala has a fine stretch of beach and is renowned for its enchanting lagoon. Here, rich jungle spills onto a meandering expense of water traversed by fishermen leaving nothing but soft ripples in their wake. A boat ride to spice gardens, bird-filled islands and Buddhist temples is the best way to familiarise yourself with these sensational surroundings and be absorbed by local life around the lake. Galle’s seventeenth-century Dutch fort – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is a 20-minute drive away. The fort’s narrow cobbled streets are home to splendid colonial buildings, tiny cafes, churches, boutiques and museums whilst its mighty grass-tufted ramparts are the place to be for superb seaside sunsets.