Koggala Beach, Sri Lanka
Habaraduwa House is a beautiful 4-bedroom villa with panoramic sea views in the small village of Habaraduwa, close to Koggala. Perfect for families and friends, the stylish villa comes fully staffed with its very own chef. HH is the perfect Galle getaway.
At a Glance
Recently renovated this villa has a wonderfully modern and elegant feel to it
The villa's sister property Kahanda Kanda is only 15 minutes away and based on a tea plantation, which you are able to visit
Situated in a large garden with wide beach frontage giving it stunning panoramic views of the coastline
Designed with many stand alone buildings which gives it the an open and airy feel
There is a large airy living room and games room complete with a football table to keep everyone amused
Habaraduwa House does not accept children under 12, therefore it is only suitable for families with older children
Head to the market with the chef and help him pick the ingredients for your dinnerJessica Campbell
This is a great property for families as it has access to one of the safer beaches in the areaJessica Campbell
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Set in a coconut grove leading onto the beach, Habaraduwa House, or HH, is a stylish villa managed by interior designer George Cooper. Fully staffed with a manager, chef, two housekeeping staff and a gardener/pool boy, rest assured that everyone will be well looked after here.
Originally built in 2001, the villa was completely re-designed and renovated in 2011 by George Cooper himself, owner of much-acclaimed Kahanda Kanda. Located on a beach near Weligama not far from Galle, this impeccably decorated property has four en-suite bedrooms with sea views and two with outdoor showers.
The living room at HH is the hub of the villa, making up the central area complete with beautiful French windows over looking the pool and garden area. This large and airy living space boasts comfortable sofas for that afternoon siesta and a games room with table football to keep everyone entertained. The villa is a fantastic place for older families, totally self contained with huge amounts of space.
The staff are incredibly friendly and the rooms have all the modern amenities needed for a comfortable stay. The dining pavilion is a covered area with open walls, linked to the living room by a terrace. Here enjoy long candlelight dinners all together, a wonderfully airy place to relax after a day exploring the Sri Lankan coastline.
Habaraduwa House consists of four double rooms all with en suite bathrooms. Three of the rooms are on the ocean side and have fabulous views of the sea, all with king sized beds. The fourth room has twin beds, which can be pushed together to make a double.
Habaraduwa House has one dining area, a beautiful pool in the garden with sun loungers, and access to the beach. The villa comes fully staffed with a modern kitchen and games room for the kids.
The villa has bikes and the staff are willing to escort you on a bike ride around the area. You can also enjoy a boat ride on Koggala Lake, which includes a trip to see the temple and a picnic on request. Galle Fort UNESCO heritage site is just a short 15-minute drive away. There is also whale watching and water sports to enjoy on this coastline which can be organized for you.
Location & Directions
Koggala Beach, Sri Lanka
Habaraduwa House can be found in the small coastal village of Habaraduwa near to Koggala Beach and the nearby Koggala Lake. Galle is close by, just a short 15-minutes drive away.
When to go
From May to August the Yala monsoon brings rain to the island’s southwestern half. The southwest has the highest rainfall – up to 4000mm a year. There is also an inter-monsoonal period in October and November when rain can occur in many parts of the island. Colombo and the low-lying coastal regions have an average temperature of 27°C. The sea stays at around 27°C all year. Climatically speaking, the driest (and best) seasons in Sri Lanka are from December to March for the west and south coasts.