This apartment is on the ground floor and the spaces are like those of a 3-rooms ap. During the final hour of the day there's nothing better than spending some time in the private garden to enjoy a good glass of wine or relax just bird watching.
Shakti apartment consists of an open living and dining room with a kitchen complete with all necessary utensils and tableware, a fridge and ceiling fans. Coffee table with a sofa and chairs, and a dining table and chairs complement the setting. The 2 bedrooms equipped with mosquito nets on the double beds, wardrobes, ceiling fans and private bathroom with hot water. Washing machine available.
Guests can use their private kitchen with fridge, hot shower, washing machine : we do have a washing machine room(shared with the other apartments). The tower with its amazing ocean/sunset view and the garden are sharing areas.
Interaction with guests
Someone will be always reachable and present during the guest's stay, we do have night security. We can help guests in organizing day and long tours, renting bicycle, motorbikes, babysitting, traditional rice and curry cookery lessons, and we can provide breakfast or a chef cooking for you during your stay, as you wish
Other things to note
The villa is self-catered, but if you wish we can provide breakfast or a chef to cook your meals as long as you stay. There is a housekeeper who comes twice a week and takes care of cleaning and gardening. Babysitting can be arranged if needed. Available parking place, night security and very pleasant italian and srilankan owners.
Our place is Family/kids and gay friendly.
smoking is allowed in the open spaces like the garden or terrace.
We are a young couple : I'm Italian, my husband is Srilankan.
We own the Dionis Villa, five charming self.catered apartments villa situated in the Jungle of Unawatuna, 10 minutes walk from Unawatuna Bay and from Jungle beach.
Dionis Villa is a responsible tourism as well.
We believe responsible tourism is a better way to see the world. Not only do you get a more authentic experience, but your holiday benefits local people and the environment.
Responsible travel is about bringing you closer to local cultures and environments by involving local people in tourism. It's about doing this in a fair way that helps ensure that they will give you an even warmer welcome. For example, a local guide will open your eyes to their cultures and ways of life far better than an expat guide could ever do – they will also earn a much needed income from you.
The responsible traveler prefers smaller groups, and to meet some local people (as well as fellow travelers) rather than be surrounded by 1000's of people from back home. They don't like being herded about in a large crowd like nameless faces and understand that traveling in smaller groups makes local people and cultures more accessible.
The responsible travelers wants to get a little bit more out of their travels, and to give a little bit back to the special places and people that they encounter. They want deeper and more real travel experiences. The responsible traveler values authenticity – experiences integral to local people's traditions, cultures and rituals - rather than those created for tourism, or those whose existing meanings and uses have become lost as they have been packaged up for tourism.
Responsible travel is about re-discovering how to experience nature and to be in it, feeling it, smelling it and learning about it rather than just looking at it. Through this they replenish their souls.
The responsible traveler understands local peoples relationship with environments, and that income from tourism can be a powerful incentive for conservation. The responsible traveler values diversity – diversity of people, cultures and environments.
Above all else the responsible traveler wants to cut loose and experience their world.
Let’s do it together!