Villa Mayurana

$880 - $1250    Per Night
place BEDROOMS : 3
room  SLEEPS : 6

Villa Mayurana is a piece of paradise overlooking the pristine Sri Lankan South Coast near the villages of Ahangama and Koggala. Experience the fascinating and inspiring natural landscape of Sri Lanka at Villa Mayurana, set in the heart of a scented cinnamon plantation and surrounded by magnificently landscaped tropical gardens. The villa has been specifically designed to give guests infinite luxury and absolute privacy coupled with complete relaxation and total peace of mind. There is a calm lake nearby, and, most importantly of all, a perfect private beach for the exclusive use of guests of Villa Mayurana.

The most famous beaches in the Galle District, namely Mirissa, Thalpe and Unawatuna, can easily be reached from the villa by tuk-tuk.

Stay in one of our colonial style suites and be part of our exclusive and very private paradise, with a 20-metre infinity pool, Jacuzzi, gym with instructor, yoga with a qualified yogi, spa, 5-star cuisine prepared by our full time chef, and enjoy the secret and secluded tropical garden that surrounds the Villa. Our staff is ready to attend to all your wishes and make your holiday a truly unforgettable one.

Facilities at the Villa Mayurana

  • Kitchen/Tea facilities–fully equipped, self-service kitchen with microwave, fridge filled with snacks and beverages, juicer, toaster, CERAN® cooker with oven
  • Infinity Pool–20 metre length
  • Jacuzzi–latest Jacuzzi model with wonderful views over Koggala Lake and the Indian Ocean
  • Tea Pavilion–Asian style pavilion set in the centre of our beautiful garden. Also used for yoga and meditation
  • Spa–superior treatments, including massage, chromotherapy, aromatherapy, facials, body treatments, manicures and pedicures
  • Main Verandah–colonial style eating. Also used to serve breakfast and dinner
  • Dining Room/Restaurant–the symmetric restaurant is open on all sides offering fabulous views for each guest
  • Gym–well equipped gym with a personal trainer upon request.
  • Working Cinnamon Plantation–watch the plantation workers where cinnamon is grown and harvested