About this listing
Experience our serene boutique accommodation hidden in the heart of Colombo. Escape from the noise of the city in our relaxing retreat and be greeted by meditative piped music played throughout the property.
In-room amenities include an attached bathroom, 32” TV with cable television and a wardrobe. Free high speed wifi is available throughout the property.
A delicious vegetarian breakfast is included with your stay.
Three double bedrooms on the ground floor. There is a large space for yoga, meditation and exercise. A large lounge area for guests to hang out and a large garden to have breakfast in the outdoor.
Guests have access to the yoga studio when there are no classes. Guest can participate in a yoga lesson for an additional fee.
Guests have access to the entire property including the kitchen. Guests do not have access to the yoga hall when classes are in progress. Guests can pay a fee and take part in the yoga lessons.
Interaction with guests
Entirely dependent on the guest
Other things to note
No alcohol consumption. Since this a holistic center we kindly ask our guests to refrain from cooking non-vegetarian meals in the property however you are allowed to purchase non-vegetarian food from outside and consume in the property. Prostitution is not allowed.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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Hello there.....a little note about myself and things to do in Colombo and Sri Lanka....
I am a spiritual person who likes Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda. I have travelled extensively throughout the world and most of my travels have been backpacking and I have couchsurfed in most places.
I shuttle between London and Colombo as I have interest in both locations.
I manage 6 apartments at Hedges Court and a few in Colombo 5 which is more like a residential hub of Colombo.....both locations having the best of transport links.
I have travelled the length and breadth of Sri Lanka and would say I know Sri Lanka quite well. Please don't hesitate to ask if you need someone to make a plan on where to go in Sri Lanka.
I am also a travel writer and used to write in the Ceylon Today newspaper on various destinations in Sri Lanka if you want I can email some of the articles so that you would know in detail what to do....
A standard itinerary on must do things in Sri Lanka....
Colombo - Bars / Pubs / Restaurants and Night Life
Beira Lake, Seema Malake, Gangaramaya Temple, Viharamahadevi Park, Kelaniya Temple, Dutch Hospital, Pettah Market, Colombo Dutch Museum, Galle Face Green, Mount Lavinia Beach, Independence Square, Colombo National Musuem & Colombo Zoo
Majestic City, Liberty Plaza, Crescat Boulevard, Odel Unlimited, Paradise Road, Barefoot & Lakpahana
Dambulla or Habarana - Dambulla Rock Cave Temple and Sigiriya Rock Fortress (on the way to Dambulla / Habarana visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage)
Using Dambulla or Habarana as a base visit Anuradhapura (Sri Lanka's first capital) then Polonnaruwa (Sri Lanka's second capital) on the way back from Polonnaruwa visit the Minneriya National Park and see Elephants especially the elephant migration in Aug / Sep.
Kandy - Temple of Tooth Relic, Embekke Temple, Lankatilaka Vihare and Gadaladeniya Temple and in the evening the Kandy Cultural Show.
Nuwara Eliya - Called Little England is an excellent place if you want to get away from the heat. Horton Plains is the only national park that you can go on foot on a designated path.
Ella - A hippie villa and is a lovely place to spend a couple of days. Nuwara Eliya and Ella have locations popular with the Indian Epic Ramayanaya.
Yala National Park - Go for an early morning or late afternoon safari to spot a leopard or two.
Now you can use the expressway and get to Mirissa / Weligama / Galle / Bentota fairly quickly and enjoy the beaches.
Mirissa is the best place to see Whales and Dolphins during Oct - Mar.
Weligama Bay is an ideal place to learn surfing.
Galle is a must do place and visit the Galle Fort
Off the beaten track areas
Arankella Monastery in the Kurunegalla and Dambulla Area
Dambadeniya - Sri Lanka's 3rd capital
Yapahuwa - Sri Lanka's 4th capital
Hope you have a wonderful time in Sri Lanka and look forward to hosting you and making your trip to Sri Lanka a wonderful one.
Be Happy !!!!!