The Ivory House Villa, sets in the midst of stunning rural Sri Lanka, is a sojourn of tranquility and repose. The villa offers unprecedented accommodation and provides the perfect setting for relaxation and recreation. Situated in the small town of Habaraduwa that is just a few kilometers away from Galle, the Ivory House is surrounded by lush tropical finery and emerald-green paddy fields with cheery-faced farmers. The villa boasts four elegantly-designed and spacious bedroom suites. Furnishings such as canopy beds, French windows, wood-paneled ceiling and the overall architecture of the villa, exude the charm of the bygone colonial era. The rooms are equipped with modern facilities such as satellite TV, WiFi and bathtub. The large sitting area in view of paddy fields and gardens is an ideal venue to sit together with your loved ones and enjoy a delightful conversation. Step out, and take a dive in the 20 meter infinity pool where you can either float around or swim laps. The Ivory House villa present mouth-watering local and international dishes made with fresh local produce. While staying at the Ivory House Villa and enjoying all its luxurious comforts, pay a visit to the local attractions in around the area. You can walk among the flourishing paddy fields that are around the villa or venture out of Habaraduwa to Galle and visit the historic Dutch Fort, beaches and many other places of significance.
Four bedrooms (can accommodate up to max. 8 guests)
Two Master Suites with four poster beds.
All 4 bedrooms are en-suite with indoor/outdoor showers
All rooms with air condition and overhead fan
Child friendly villa but, children below 5 yrs not accepted
18.6m x 5.5m x 1.7m Swimming Pool
6 sun loungers with cushions
Sitting room, modern kitchen & dinning room
Stereo system with DVD player
In-house cook and staff
Visit the 17th century Dutch Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage
Explore the art galleries, museums and the restaurants of Galle
Visit the nearby beaches Unwatuna, Hikkaduwa, Mirissa and Wijaya
Enjoy a boat ride in the Koggala lake.