We recently stayed for 2 nights in this delightful hotel. The room was comfortable, cool and stylish.
Wonderful open air bathroom. Plenty of comfy places to sit around the hotel. Great pool. Delicous food.Very attentive staff without being intrusive, We would have liked to have stayed longer . Slight drawback closeness of the road . Sea too rough by the hotel but great fun to take a tuk tuk to nearby Paradise bay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coco Tangalla is a 6-bedroomed black and white colonial villa, this Tangalle hotel is managed by the owner of The Kandy House and The Last House. Book by the room or as a whole house, it is well suited for couples and families. The main house has four bedrooms and an adjoining annex with an additional two bedrooms. The interiors are stylishly decorated with a mixture of modern furniture and period antiques, local art, with infusions of colour and exotic fabrics. The living and dining areas introduce some art deco features. All to create warm and informal rooms to relax.For couples planning their Sri Lankan beach wedding, Coco Tangalla is a beautiful luxury villa, ideal as a stylish wedding venue, offering delicious food and exceptional service. With a variety of wildlife, cultural and heritage destinations to visit in the area, it is situated very conveniently to explore. From Coco Tangalla you can visit Yala National Park on safari amongst the word’s highest concentration of leopards, or enjoy the company of large herds of elephants at Udawalawe Reserve, or visit the Turtle Conservation Area at Rekawa. Blue Whales have become a key part of any trip to the island. Whale watching Sri Lanka style can be organized with trips from Mirissa only 45 minutes away. Or for chance sightings while Dolphin watching Sri Lanka. Closer to home, get aboard our Fishing Boat to try your hand alongside Mawella’s fishermen, dive off the boat to swim or snorkel, or just observe the Blow Hole at Kudawella from the sea.Alternatively a short trip away are the Mulkirigala Caves boasting a remarkable temple and monastery carved out of a large and sheer rock formation in the surrounding forest. Also nearby, fans of Bawa’s architecture should visit Ruhuna University and Claughton House. There’s the Dutch Fort at Matara to warm you up before a visit to Galle and its own UNESCO World Heritage Site at the Galle fort, also an oasis for some browsing and shopping in its' boutiques. ... more less