Welcome to Why House
This stunning, family-friendly boutique villa stands in a wonderfully landscaped, three-acre walled garden, blooming with lush tropical plants and fruit and spice trees. A short walk or tuk-tuk ride will take you to the spectacular Wijaya Beach or the extraordinary lovely World Heritage Site of Galle Fort. At Why Villa guests can experience luxury coupled with relaxing informality–a true home away from home, where no request is too small.
There is a team off 11 friendly staff, all handpicked and trained to give you the best possible standards of service, and an English Manager, with 30 years international experience in the hospitality industry, who runs the property. The head chef is very talented and will cater to the guests’ requests, whether it be Sri Lankan, Western or Asian cuisine.
This picturesque property can sleep up to 20 guests in the 8 double rooms, all with luxurious en-suite bathrooms and private terraces. Each room is individually designed and has satellite TV and a DVD player, coupled with a film library, free wi-fi, and a mini fridge. An entertainment and outside dining pavilion adjoins the large swimming pool, allowing guests to enjoy the splendid views of the extensive landscaped gardens. If you prefer privacy, we will be happy to provide alternative dining spaces on the front and rear terraces.
There are three main interior rooms, including two suites with an ante-room, which can accommodate two extra single beds, perfect if you want to be close to your children but not in the same room. The ante-room is available children aged 3 to 12 years at a supplement of 30 US$ per night, per child. This price includes breakfast and tax. Cots will be provided free of charge. The third room contains a single child’s bed.
The Cabanas (2)
Each cabana features split king beds. The cabanas are totally private, with walkways to their own bathrooms, and wonderful views overlooking the surrounding paddy fields.
The Garden villa
There are three garden villa rooms, including two which are interconnecting.
The largest room can accommodate two adults and two children. The slightly smaller room can accommodate two adults and one child.
The small garden room has a double bed with a mezzanine floor.