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All reviewssri lankalion rockcultural tourswimming poollarge areabungalow styleenjoyed my stayday tourno wifi in the roomsreception areathe cottagesbuffet stylemini bardinner buffetfantastic locationmain buildingnice pool
The cottage-like lovely, spacious guest rooms are set in beautiful gardens, and the main dining area is superb. Staff are exceptional, dining is safe and superb, with beautiful live music ,and views to the pool. The Lion Rock is viewed from the nearby village, and...More
Best hotel in Sigiriya village. You must plan one day tour to Sigiriya. A place you must visit when you come to Sri Lanka. it is a UNESCO named world heritage center. it was the ruling city of King Kashapa.
We booked for a night, instead we stayed for 3 nights. They were kind, took care of us with heart. The cottage was very pleasant, just recalled my childhood memory. My parents used to go for holidays to the cottage in the island.
My wife and I chose this resort for its location and we were not dissappointed. The view from the pool is simply beautiful. The guestrooms have character and are comfortable. The only downside really is Food and Beverage. Buffet offering is the norm and if...More
Happen to visit sigiriya with family and stayed sigiriya village one night. There was a huge queue for the dinner and most of the items were finished by the time we arrived tables. No one to tell or negotiate or no one with positive behavior...More
Our driver stayed there so, yes. The best thing to do is agree a price before-hand. Our arrangement was 10 USD per night IF there was no driver accommodation readily available - apparently it's a shared area. This actually... More
Our driver stayed there so, yes. The best thing to do is agree a price before-hand. Our arrangement was 10 USD per night IF there was no driver accommodation readily available - apparently it's a shared area. This actually worked out well as the camps in Yala and Wilpatu wanted 30 USD if we had one with us as there was no shared area. On those occasions, he found something for himself elsewhere and met us at the pick-up point the next day.