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Private room

2 Guests

1 Bed

Private room

2 Guests

1 Bed

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About this listing

This guest house is close to Sigiriya Rock. You’ll love it here because of the friendly host, the amenities and the handy restaurant. Hand washing powder provided if required. Basic but comfortable, includes breakfast and free wifi. Suitable for all traveler types, including big groups. At the end of the road is Sigiriya Road with an ample choice of restaurants, shops and convenience stores.

The space
The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 12PM (noon)
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Private room


Extra people: No Charge
Cleaning Fee: $5
Cancellation: Strict


The space

The double bedroom comprises of one double bed for two people.

There is no AC but there is a ceiling fan to help you keep the room cool. There is a mosquito net too.

The private attached bathroom comes with toilet, douche, wash basin and hot water shower.

There is free wifi so you can keep in touch with families and friends.

There is ample parking space to park your vehicle at the front.

The guest house is close to Sigiriya Road with its restaurants and shops. Sigiriya Rock is some 800 metres away

Guest access

Check-in time is 12 noon. If the room is available you can enter a couple of hours earlier at no extra charge. Check out time is 11 am.

Interaction with guests

Your host is Ajith, the owner. Dedicated to hospitality, he will help you all he can. He even has washing powder for you, should you wish to wash your clothes and a shared clothes line.

The neighborhood

Sigiriya is in the cultural triangle of Dambulla (19 kms) and Polonnaruwa (54 kms), and as such is an ideal stay over point. The Sigiriya Rock itself (known literally as Lion's Rock) can be seen on all sides and with its 180 m height, this rock fortress is impressive. It will take you approx. 1 hour to ascend the rock, and 30 minutes to descend the 1,200 steps. The frescoes are world famous, and the intricate palace is a place of wonder. It became a World Heritage site recognised by UNESCO in 1982.

Tourist activities include elephant riding, buffalo cart riding and the purchase of wooden artifacts and motifs.

Note also that this is a jungle elephant and you may see wild fowl, monkeys and the occasional elephant.

Getting around

Tuktuks are readily available. Please agree the price before you take one.

Other things to note

The room is offered on a bed & breakfast basis, so breakfast is included in the price and is served in the restaurant area.

House Rules
House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
Check-in is after 12PM (noon)

Please kindly do not smoke in the bedroom. You are welcome to smoke in the outside areas.

1 night minimum stay

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