We stayed just the one night and paid LNR 1 000.
The property is right on the sandy seafront and it’s ideal for walking out of your room and directly into the Indian Ocean within 10 seconds.
Our room was a walk in and we probably got the litter of the runt. It was small, dingy and not particularly clean. The double bed was OK, the pillows were not, but the ceiling fan did keep the room cool.
No TV, fridge, safe, hot water or wi-fi, but they do have an internet cafe on site at LNR 100/hour. It works fine.
Restaurant food is averagely priced but poor quality, cold and uninspiring, the beer is just over room temperature but if you send it back, it does return much colder.
Go for the beach and water, stay a night or two but don’t expect much more for your fiver per night.
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- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A newly opening guest house with 2 rooms, both with private bathroom, fan and mosquito nets. One room has hot water and small kitchen. No A/C. The guest house is located only 100 m from the famous Unawatuna beach. Daily cleaning can be arranged. Airport pick up and drop off can be arranged with previous notice. ... more less