The Walawwa, essentially a colonial house dates its way back to 17th century, and before it was bought to the state of a preserved lodging, it was owned by a statesman. Having with them 18 luxury bedrooms, the boutique property sets in the amidst of lush greenery of 2 acres and rural setting and gives that peace of mind for a traveler to either start their journey or end their journey in a clearer state of mind. You can take a dip at the stone lined pool with sun loungers or you can further take a comfortable hour or two off at the spa, or quite simply read while sipping a drink. A more ecofriendly perspective in mind, the Walawwa is solar powered and draws water out of natural springs. Delectable cuisine to remember is a twist of Asian and western and the bar is quipped with a range of drinks to tangle on. The rooms are clustered around the courtyard and is complete with a four poster bed and amenities to make the stay a comfortable one. The Z spa is also offering kids massages for the kids to relax for the ages 2-17, a shared iMac and a well stocked library are the other facilities that makes your stay quite enjoyable.
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Pets are not allowed to property.
A cot will be provided free of charge for children under the age of 2. One child under 12 years can be accommodated in a bed made up on the window seat in a Garden Suite. The Wallawwa has interconnecting rooms (Family Suites and the Mountbatten Suite) specifically for those traveling with children.
Drivers accommodation will not be provided by the property, Drivers will have to find their own arrangements.
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