Ideal place to Relax, Rejoice and Rejuvenate

Entire residential home hosted by Ranjith

6 guests, 3 bedrooms, 7 beds, 2 baths
Entire home
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Pets allowed
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Situated in a typical Sri Lankan village, 'Sandakara Walauwa' - (Walauwa is the name given to a feudal/colonial manor house in Sri Lanka of a native headmen), is built upon the lands of the ancient city of Kurunegala. The newly built house has its unique architecture, a combination of modern and historic artefacts. The fully furnished house is surrounded by a large garden space and is ideal for relaxing and meditation as well. A large or small group can be accommodated at this house.

The space
Kurunegala was an ancient royal capital for 50 years, from the end of the 13th century to the start of the 14th century. It is at the junction of several main roads linking to other important parts of the country. It is about 94 km from Colombo and 42 km from Kandy, and 57 km to Matale. Kurunegala is a central city in Sri Lanka. It is directly connected to a large number of major cities and towns of the island. Kurunegala can be reached by railway on the Northern railway line. Located at an altitude of 116 meters above sea level, Kurunegala is surrounded by coconut plantations and paddy fields. There are eight very noticeable large rocks that encircle and dominate the city. Kurunegala's rocks rise from the plain below and have characteristic names, six of which come from the animals that they are imagined to represent. The largest among them is Ethagala or the "Elephant Rock" (though the translation is actually tusker), reaches 325 meters. The shape of Ethagala resembles an elephant.

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Smoking allowed
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Where you’ll be

Kurunegala, North Western Province, Sri Lanka

Royal Complex
Ancient Magul Maduwa building of Kurunegala era
Archaeological remains of this site are few but give a glimpse of its past glory and comprise the handsome stone entrance, steps, rock pillars and ruined walls of the royal palace and the palace of the tooth relic.

Kurunegala lake
A large man-made water reservoir constructed by ancient kings. The lake is in the outskirts of the central business district near the Kurunegala-Dambulla road. The tank is used as a water supply source to the city.

Kurunegala clock tower
The Kurunegala clock tower was built in 1922 as a tribute to the officers, who were from Wayamba province and sacrificed their lives in World War I

Hosted by Ranjith

Joined in May 2019

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      House rules

      Check-in: After 3:00 PM
      Pets are allowed
      Smoking is allowed

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