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Casa Heliconia

Kaleliya,  West Country


An equisite way to say hello or goodbye to this serendipitous island.  Only 25km’s inland from the International airport, Casa Heloconia is surprisingly set deep in the rubber and coconut plantations and paddy fields.  Traditional farming villages ensure guests can feel part of rural life whilst under the watchful eye of a stunning Temple Stoupa.

Set within manicured jungle, Casa Heliconia comprises four beautiful yet eclectic pavilions providing tranquility and privacy.

Interiors inspired from all corners of the Globe fuse elegantly whilst each bedroom tells a story.  The shared terrace has ample seating for that private tete a tete, whilst a cosy common sitting room allows excited travellers to boast of their sightings and share experiences.  A third pavilion “Neapolitan” houses a swimming pool and loungers with magnificent views over the paddy fields.

The Doll’s House is furnished with all you need to read write and relax. Complete with a widescreen TV, DVD’s and WIFI, guests can retire with a touch of Western uinfluence. 

Rates include dinner and breakfast whick makes this a handy stopgap pre/post airport without compromising on Sri Lanka’s beautiful architecture and culture.


   Swimming Pool


The 4 bedrooms are split across two Pavilions, each providing air-conditioned large king size bed and luxurious interiors.
Temple Angkor touches the style of Cambodia’s jungle temples with the energy of its own neighbor temple’s Stoupa aligned for its guests to enjoy.  The bedroom is spacious with ensuite WC and basin.   There are shelves and hanging spaces for clothes and luggage and the room has an i-pod dock.
The bathroom has been created as a private space, crafted with beautiful copper fittings and ornamental design. An outdoor rain shower but no bath- rarely missed in this hot climate.
Angkor also has a annexed kitchen and outdoor BBQ area. Chef will cook on  an open fire for guests to enjoy on their private terrace.
Pagoda Gold has an eclectic arrangement of furnishings and fabrics- a stylish Aladdins cave, and is the smaller of the two Pavilions. Located closer to the pool, it also has substantial covered terrace with lounges , planters chairs and a chandeliered dining area.  Antiques and artefacts adorn the bedroom, whilst i-pod docks allow you to add a touch of personal music taste.
The bathroom and shower has been created in a private space as per Temple Angkor


First class chef albeit a set menu. Dine in your own Pavillion, by the pool or in the central terrace

Temple Angkora offers a private BBQ terrace.

Room rates include breakfast and dinner and there is a limited selection of classic wines.

Things to do & local tips

  • -Primarily a stop-gap for the airport or Corporate travellers
  • -Take a tuk-tuk around the local villages
  • -If you explore the surrounding plantations, be sure to have a guide and ‘gaitors’ as the rubber plantations can attract leeches.  The resort is sprayed regularly to avoid them.
  • -Book ahead to arrange that ‘all needed’ massage- Ayurvedic treatments
  • -There is a badminton court, should you get the urge to play.