About Villa Mosvold
Imagine waking up to the sounds of the waves lapping at the shore near a sleepy little fishing village in a paradise island. You don’t have to imagine because this is how your days would begin at Mosvold Villa.
Although perfect for a big family vacation since the Villa can accommodate 21, couples wishing for some privacy will not be disappointed with what Mosvold Villa has to offer.
At Mosvold Villa, you have a choice between relaxing at the open plan veranda giving you plenty of vantage points to try and capture the best view of the ocean or settling into a comfortable couch inside for a temporary retreat from the sunshine and the tropical weather.
Outdoor & Pool Area
For those who want to be closer to the ocean and soak in the sun, the beach is just a step away from the Villa. When you’re tired of the ocean, if that is even possible, you can come back to the pool, sip a freshly made drink and still watch the ocean in front of you.
Each of the seven bedrooms at Mosvold Villa, artfully decorated with high ceilings and light colours, are equipped with a luxurious king sized four-poster canopy beds allowing for maximum relaxation. For those wishing to indulge even more, three of these rooms are Deluxe rooms situated closer to the pool with a private veranda to pamper yourself with breakfast with a view.
For the newlyweds, Mosvold Villa offers a Honeymoon Suite isolated from the rest of the house giving total privacy to create your romantic sanctuary. With a plunge pool and a private verandah with sun beds, you can easily forget the outside world.
Service & Staff & Amenities
With free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV in each room, you may not even need to step out of your room. But if you decide to step out, Mosvold Villa offers a personal butler service to design your day any way that you want.
Around Villa Mosvold
For the daring travelers who are willing to tear themselves away from the indulgence that Mosvold Villa offers, the Villa is conveniently placed to access various sight-seeing opportunities including the UNESCO world heritage site of Galle Fort, the Yala National Park, Sinharaja Tropical Rainforest etc.