Lumbini Lagoon villa is nestled on the banks of Koggala Lake, in the sleepy little hamlet of Kathuluwa village. I fell in love with kathuluwa in my formative years. I used to spend hours perched on a ledge in my garden, watching the Koggala river slowly unwind into the sea, listening to the birdcall. Kathuluwa is unique - The river delta is bathed in vegetation, teeming with wildlife and a short walk away from the golden sands of Koggala beach on Sri Lanka's southern coast; Every experience is catered for. Come visit kathuluwa, it'll stay with you forever.
What we pride on ourselves the most is being able to give you a the most personal service possible. Sheila our resident cook and caretaker, along with her team will ensure that they to their utmost to make your stay a most pleasurable one. Think of Lumbinini Lagoon as your home.
The villa has a total of four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Each bedroom is appointed with plush four poster beds that will ensure the best sleep you have had in years. The villa also has a fully equipped kitchen if you want to whip up something quick. The large verandahs are where you will while away your time the most, gazing across Koggala lake, sipping on cocktails.
|10th January – 31st March||$75||$275|
|1st April – 30th June||$75||$275|
|1st July – 31st August||$75||$275|
|1st September – 30th November||$75||$275|
|1st December - 14th December||$75||$275|
|15th December – 9th January||$125||$400|
Booking Conditions: There is a two night minimum on bookings. 50% of the payment must be made two weeks prior to arrival. There is a maximum occupancy of 8 persons. Extra guests can be accommodated upon special request. We have flexible rates for long term bookings. All rates are inclusive of breakfast.
Keeping oneself occupied is not going to pose much of a challenge at Lumbini. Take a dip in the pool whilst gazing at the beauty of Koggala lake. If you are with a family, the kids will love the large tropical garden where they can while their day away. A boat ride on the lake is also not to be missed, where one can visit the plantations where the world famous Ceylon cinnamon is produced.
The best-preserved sea fort in South Asia the Dutch fort is UNESCO world heritage site. This 90 hectare attraction is a superb blend of architecture, with fortifications that resemble those in the coastal areas of Portugal.
Sri Lanka, the much hailed, “Pearl of the Indian Ocean”. Seemingly at one’s grasp but at the same time so diverse and mystical for one to comprehend. From awe inspiring remnants of ancient civilizations, to tranquil highlands that will help rejuvenate even the weariest soul; from virgin rainforests to the tranquil sands of some of the world’s best beaches, this tiny island nation is indeed a small miracle. Boasting eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Sri Lanka is one of the fastest growing global holiday destinations.