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The town of Ambalangoda in the Galle district in Sri Lanka is known for the renowned ‘Devil’ mask dances and the views of the Indian Ocean. Although, the place sees lesser tourists visiting its shores, if it is a quiet and calming holiday you are looking forward to then Blue Parrot Villa is the perfect spot. Besides a few fishermen and children, you have yourself and your loved ones to enjoy with. Take your time and relax in the tranquility afforded by this town, as you relish the villa’s rustic and authentic Sri Lankan charm and who knows, you might be lucky enough to witness an actual mask dance!
Two, well-furnished and air-conditioned bedrooms are available to guests at the villa. The master bedroom is furnished with a canopied double bed, featuring sheer, white drapes that are perfect for a good night’s sleep. The second bedroom is furnished with two beds complete with mosquito nets. There are writing desks in each of the bedrooms, in case you wish to tidy up some work. A bathroom that is fully-equipped with amenities, and sports a similar rustic design is adjoined to both the bedrooms. It is equipped to provide solar hot water as an environmentally friendly initiative.
The Blue Parrot Villa offers guests the chance to have the entire beach to themselves, as the villa extends out to its sandy shores in the most glorious way. You simply have to walk down to the sandy coast and enjoy endless views of the Indian Ocean, as the tide rides high or low depending on season, swim to your heart’s content, sunbathe and lounge on your beach towels without any disturbances. With swaying coconut palm trees fringing the periphery of the villa, and lush greenery on the gardens, this is a restful and relaxing spot for anyone to enjoy a holiday with friends and family.
With a rustic aesthetic in its interiors and quarters, the villa prides itself in giving you a holiday home that celebrates the heritage of Sri Lanka within its walls. There are polished cement dividers in the living area, for an antique ambiance, wooden ceiling, and whitewashed walls. With antiques lying around, you will feel at home and at ease while you relax on the comfortable sofas. A library lined with bestsellers collected with care over the years is at your disposal!
The black, wooden doorway leads to the terrace which has been furnished with a dining area for four, overlooking the stunning panorama encompassing the ocean and the vast skies. There is ample lighting in the living area casting a cozy glow in the room to create a nice ambiance for everyone to relax. The kitchen is an open-concept and is fitted with all the amenities and modern appliances with a kettle, toaster, stove etc.
The villa staff is there to assist you if need be as they provide daily housekeeping service, and even get your laundry sorted upon request. If you wish, the staff can help with excursions, making bookings for trips and even arranging for a chauffeur-driven car.
When you are satisfied with the beach, try out some of the local shops in Ambalangoda as well as the historical sites that impart information about Sri Lankan heritage. There are the turtle hatcheries, batik factories, and the local temples that are must visits. Learn about the art of toddy making and taste the locally-grown fruit from street-side vendors!
|Minimum stay||2 bedrooms|
|from 17/10/2017 to 15/12/2017||Low season||3 nights||AUD $ 166|
|from 15/12/2017 to 16/03/2018||Peak season||5 nights||AUD $ 208|
|from 16/03/2018 to 01/07/2018||Low season||3 nights||AUD $ 166|
|from 01/07/2018 to 01/09/2018||High season||3 nights||AUD $ 186|
|from 01/09/2018 to 15/12/2018||Low season||3 nights||AUD $ 166|