Nestled amidst coconut palms, cinnamon and ginger plants, and a natural tropical garden, Karmel villa, one of the four villas of Thalduwa Island Villas, is an ideal holiday retreat away from it all and with just a vast expanse of the sun, sand and sea for company. With its own swimming pool, a spacious pavilion for outdoor tropical living, and discreet staff to pamper all your whims and fancies, you have in the villa a stunning tropical getaway for a once in a lifetime pampered experience. The villa also has a chef at hand to prepare and serve excellent meals to order throughout the day from a menu of local and world dishes.
Karmel villa includes three air-conditioned bedrooms and two honeymoon suites set slightly apart to give you all the privacy you need. The bedrooms, like the rest of the property, are spacious and built in colonial style with large glass windows or doors overlooking the tropical garden or lake. Each bedroom is luxuriously furnished and has an attached en-suite with bath-tub, shower and all necessary toiletries and amenities including hair dryer.
The open plan spacious living area of Karmel is designed to ensure that the soothing sea breezes flow throughout the house. The beautiful furniture and décor give the living room its unique individuality. The large, fully-equipped kitchen opens into the dining area, overlooking the pool and the views beyond. Additional entertaining and socializing spaces include an outdoor pavilion and fully furnished terrace to enjoy cocktails and sundowners. A must do is to enjoy some laps in the swimming pool or simply relax and enjoy a BBQ under the stars, surrounded by the exotic garden, and the swaying palms for company.
Karmel villa is one of the four villas of Thalduwa Island Villas, a boutique hotel at Ahangama in Sri Lanka. Nestled amidst coconut palms, cinnamon and ginger plants, and bird-of-paradise flowers, the villa is located about 20 minutes away from Galle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An ideal retreat for tropical living, the villa also provides you access to the nearby bay, Wellingama, which is a surfers’ paradise.