Handun Villas, Kottegoda

Halmilla

Halmilla

This tree is famous due to its unmistakable vertical cluster of small white flowers. Also known as Trin-comalee wood, its greyish brown wood is used in local furniture. Standard room with a garden view. 22 Square Meters in size. Facilities - Satellite TV, Safe, AC, Attached Bathroom with Complimentary toiletries, WiFi available in public areas only.

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Kiri Palu

Kiri Palu

This tree is rooted in the lore of Theravada Buddhism as the Bodhi Tree under which the 13th Buddha "Padumuththara" gained enlightenment. Standard room with a garden view. 22 Square Meters in size. Facilities - Satellite TV, Safe, AC, Attached Bathroom with Complimentary toiletries, WiFi available in public areas only.

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Mai Mara

Mai Mara

This native Madagascan tree was introduced to Sri Lanka in the 1800's and its flame hued foliage is famous for brightening up the local landscape during the months of April and May. Standard room with a garden view. 22 Square Meters in size. Facilities - Satellite TV, Safe, AC, Attached Bathroom with Complimentary toiletries, WiFi available in public areas only.

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About Handun Villas, Kottegoda

Amidst the serene sound of the sea, the soothing scent of sandalwood, and the enchantment of a 120-year old colonial manor. For the serene holiday seeker, Handun Villas is the perfect beach getaway as it's situated at a scenic natural bay in Talalla, Sri Lanka. Based around an ancient walawwa (colonial manor), this charming villa was built in 1895, and has been restored to its original glory, a fascinating example of Dutch architecture in Sri Lanka. Handun Villas was named to celebrate its history, derived from 'Handunnetti', the name of the family whose ancestral home it is. The villa, built on an open plan, provide privacy in a simple, comfortable setting that enhances your connection to the beautiful natural surroundings.

Location of Handun Villas, Kottegoda

Approximately 12 kilometres from Matara in the direction of Hambantota, Handun Villa is accessible via the Southern Highway, and makes a great place from which to tour other areas such as the Udawalawe National Park, Yala National Park, Kataragama, Mulkirigala, and hot water wells at SuriyaWewa, the Waulpane Caves - all sites of natural, archaeological and cultural interest. An easy 2.5 hour drive from the capital, Colombo, its location near the developing city of Hambantota which houses an airport and seaport, couples its nearness to the untouched natural environs with an element of convenience - a getaway without the isolation.

Accommodation at Handun Villas, Kottegoda

Inspired by travellers of old who sought shelter underneath canopic trees; our rooms are named after trees found in the garden. Designed with complete comfort and luxury in mind, we offer you spacious rooms equipped with facilities that will enhance your stay.

Facilities at Handun Villas, Kottegoda

Whether you are in need of some well deserved pampering at our luxury wellness spa or simply want to indulge in some therapeutic island cooking with our chef, Handun Villas has plenty of relaxing di-versions in store for you and your family.

Excursions and Day Tours from Handun Villas, Kottegoda

Talalla is surrounded by lush vegetation and all manner of tropical birdlife where if you are in search of rest and relaxation, you can lay on the beach, take in the sites of local coastal village life and in-dulge in our wellness spa. If you are in the mood for exploration, our staff can help you plan excur-sions to local wildlife sanctuaries in Yala and Udawalawe, or historical sites in Mulkirigala.

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LK15254700: Handun Villas, Kottegoda. Text by Lakpura™. Images by Google, copyright(s) reserved by original authors.