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A serene beachside property on Mirissa Beach, Sri Lanka, with sights like Galle Fort, the streets of Matara, and a host of water activities just minutes away, Sri Sharavi Beach Villa is a complex of four, distinct villas. Designed to accommodate the natural landscape that serves as the foreground, the villas feature direct beach access, a shared pool that overlooks the Indian Ocean, large open windows to allow in ample light and fresh air, and many other stunning amenities. Each of the four villas – Aquamarine, Topaz, Amethyst, and Peridot – has three bedrooms, a lounge and dining space, as well as a pantry for light cooking.
Four villas at Sri Sharavi Beach Villas comprise three bedrooms each – Ocean Signature Suite, Superior Deluxe Suite, and Palm Double Room. While the first two are found on the upper floor with balconies and spectacular ocean views, the Palm Double Room is located on the ground level. The bedrooms are spacious, air-conditioned and feature king-sized beds. There are cosy sitting areas in each of the bedrooms with armchairs or sofas.
The bedrooms are accompanied by en-suite bathrooms fitted with nature stone vanities, rustic interiors, and walk-in showers.
The villas at Sri Sharavi Beach Villas share a 40-metre swimming pool with two additional child-friendly pools for the ideal summer setup. Facing the Indian Ocean and the horizon, enjoy the changing hues of the beautiful, clear skies as you swim, splash, or relax alongside the pool on the sun chairs. Enjoy a chilled cocktail or lounge on the terrace while basking in the glorious panorama. The beach is accessible right from the front so all you need is to do is take a few steps towards the ocean. Guests can choose to dine beside the ocean under the starry-night sky for a romantic and intimate meal with loved ones.
The four villas at the property have been designed in a manner that reflects the precious nature of their monikers. Corresponding colour schemes reel you in at first glance with pastel shades of amethyst, emeralds etc. The rustic and weathered furniture adds a bit of old-world, tropical charm to the living and dining spaces. Furnished with seating that is at once comfortable and homely, the living areas are a great way to end your day while retreating to your private heavenly corners.
Sat facing the pool and the ocean, the living and dining areas are separated by glass doors that can be left open to the luscious sights around. The dining areas are ideal for six guests with comfortable, cushioned chairs. A serviced pantry with a refrigerator and tea/coffee facilities is available to guests. The property itself offers an extensive food menu to choose from that you can relish beachside.
There are a variety of services and facilities available to guests of the villas including an in-house spa, dining options, and a wine cellar with a vast selection of house wines and a choice of appetizers.
There is a round-the-clock concierge service available to guests for everything you might need during your stay.
A getaway with friends and family is always a good idea and at Sri Sharavi Beach Villa you can invite a large group along with you to explore the coastline of Sri Lanka with its splendid beaches, historical fortresses, local shops, and a thriving marine life. Whale and dolphin watching, a trip to Yala National Park, discovering the historical Galle Fort, and shopping in Matara are some of the activities you can get up to.
Beautiful place, great service and baby friendly (we travelled with our 1-year old daughter and she was given a cot, high chair, swimming rings and plenty of smiles!). That said, it is also great for couples as there are different villas. Thanks Marcy and all for a lovely stay. Would definitely recommend!
|Minimum stay||3 bedrooms|
|from 01/07/2019 to 20/12/2019||Mid-high season||3 nights||GBP £ 500|
|from 20/12/2019 to 03/01/2020||Peak season||4 nights||GBP £ 1,057|
|from 03/01/2020 to 01/05/2020||High season||3 nights||GBP £ 688|
|10% off for a booking more than 3 months before the stay in low, mid-high season(s)|