Nearby Attractions

Moon Stone Mine – Meetiyagoda

Moon Stone Mine – Meetiyagoda

A Moonstone is Blue – Grey in colour and feels cool and smooth to the touch. When polished it has a glow like the moon. Have you… Read More

Yakkalamulla Tea Factory

Yakkalamulla Tea Factory

“Yakkalamulla Tea Factory” is a family owned business in Yakkalamulla within the Southern Province, Sri Lanka. We proudly announce that the Yakkalamulla Tea Factory is owned by… Read More

Yatagala Raja Maha Viharaya

Yatagala Raja Maha Viharaya

Arhath Sangamitta Therani brought forth the Southern Branch of the Sacred Sri Maha Bodhi to Lankadeepa from Buddha Gaya, under which the Siddhartha Bodhisathwa Attained Enlightenment. This… Read More

Whale Watching & Surfing – Mirissa

Whale Watching & Surfing – Mirissa

Whale & Dolphin Watching Nowhere else in the world do whales and dolphins venture so close to the coast and in such numbers as they do off… Read More

Martin Wickramasinghe Folk Museum

Martin Wickramasinghe Folk Museum

The house in which Martin Wickramasinghe, one of the Sri Lanka’s most renowned writers was born has inspired the Martin Wickramasinghe Trust to establish a Folk Museum… Read More

Stilt Fishermen

Stilt Fishermen

Unawatuna is an ideal place and one of the hot sports for Stilt Fishing by remarkable local fisherman. Just before the sunrise, stilt fishermen fly above the… Read More

Kottawa Forest Reserve

Kottawa Forest Reserve

Kottawa forest reserve is situated in northeast of Galle along the main road to Udugama township. This isolated patch of low country rain forest is only about… Read More

Unawatuna Beach & Jungle Beach

Unawatuna Beach & Jungle Beach

Unawatuna Beach is small, pristine, truly Romantic and intimate; a graceful Semicircular Curve of sand not much more than a kilometer from start to finish, enclosed by… Read More

Diving, snorkeling and surfing – Unawatuna

Diving, snorkeling and surfing – Unawatuna

Unawatuna has a modest range of water sports on offer – though dedicated divers and surfers are better served at nearby Hikkaduwa. The diving schools nearby the… Read More

Hiyare Rain Forest & Reservoir

Hiyare Rain Forest & Reservoir

Hiyare rainforest bordered by the Hiyare reservoir is a secondary lowland rain forest with a high diversity and endemism of species that spans over 600 acres in… Read More

Galle Fort & Fortress

Galle Fort & Fortress

Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, then extensively fortified by the… Read More

Galle National Maritime Museum

Galle National Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum is the only museum which aware the public on marine biological and anthropological aspects of Southern coastal area. It is located in the old Dutch… Read More

Testimonials

We stayed in Unawatuna a total of 5 days. We had first booked 2 days in another hotel but because it did not have a beach in front we decided to move to this hotel. It was the best decision we made! Location was fantastic! Literally had my breakfast in front of the beach every morning. The staff are very nice and helpful and always smiling. The rooms are quite basic but they are clean. You can lay in front of the beach with sun beds provided by the hotel. They can also give you beach towels. After speaking to the manager, he told us 2 months back they did not have a beach in front of their hotel. Apparently something happened which moved all the sand to another side of the ocean and now they have a beach! That is why the hotel which we originally booked didn't have a beach! Manager is friendly and nice to talk to. - Tati_Ray Dubai, United Arab Emirates What a relief and refuge from the other somewhat soulless experiences we had. This is one of the best - if not the best - boutique hotels I've ever stayed in. The location is unbeatable and to my mind the best in Unawatuna...you step onto a soft green carpet of lawn from your room, which then leads you onto the beach and into the water. Bliss! The breakfasts are sublime, the staff are personable, engaging, friendly and speak excellent English. The manager is friendly, professional and helpful and there are no hidden, surprise costs when you get your bill. The ambience and its position in the bay make it my firm favourite. I could easily have spent all our days on the beach in front, or in the garden, or in our comfortable room without any need to venture elsewhere. Finally, it is almost right opposite The Sanctuary Spa - the best place to destress in Unawatuna. I will definitely recommend this hotel to others, and should I ever find myself in this region again, it is the only place I will want to stay. - Zelbelle Cape Town