It’s beach and chic at this property. As Geoffrey Bawa’s final example of his famous brand of architecture throughout Sri Lanka, this six-bedroomed seaside escape enjoys space, ventilation and barefoot luxury in a private location.
Décor throughout the property is largely a mix of fresh white walls and grey polished cement floors, serving as a backdrop to a mixture of antique and contemporary furniture, all adorned with bright colours.It’s an excellent choice when looking at where to stay in Tangalle.
Bedrooms enjoy views of the sea or a lagoon, set in tropical gardens with a central swimming pool. Whether with family, friends or as a couple, enjoy staying in one of the more superior Sri Lanka hotels, The Last House is a truly serene tropical hideaway planted beside the Indian Ocean.
It can be booked in part or as a whole house, and is staffed (including a chef) to accommodate up to 14 guests. Well suited for couples and families, and situated at the end of unspoilt Mawella beach.
This Tangalle boutique hotel provides for a quintessentially seaside holiday combined with a variety of wildlife, cultural and heritage destinations to visit on the south coast.
It is beach and chic at The Last House and the luxury Tangalle rooms enjoy views of the sea or a lagoon, set in tropical gardens with a central swimming pool.
These rooms in Tangalle are open, luxurious, with a quintessential Bawa touch. Most of the rooms have sea views where the Cinnamon Hill Suite in located in the upper floor in its entirety with an iron bath placed right in the middle of the bathroom.
With all the modern comforts you need, The Last House, is truly serene tropical hideaway planted beside the Indian Ocean and stand out amongst the hotel rooms in Tangalle.