Gampaha villas in North West Coast, Sri Lanka

Gampaha town lies to the north of Colombo in a district of the same name that stretches from the golden, tourist-friendly beaches of Negombo to the lower reaches of the island’s rugged Hill Country. Separated from Colombo by the Kelaniya River, the region is famed for its almost ageless rural scene; plantations brimming with swaying coconut palms, prickly pineapples, aromatic spices and vast stretches of tranquil paddy land in between. Primarily forest land until 1826, Gampaha was discovered during the British colonial period when the Main Line railway between Colombo and Kandy was being constructed. It was the site of Asia’s first successful rubber tree plantation, and some of these trees can still be found in the city’s tranquil Henarathgoda Botanical Gardens today. Just as villages are sheathed in quiet simplicity, urban town centres are oppositely abuzz with activity as market traders come and go. Local eateries are numerous but most are basic and cater mainly to the local crowds. Conveniently located around an hour’s drive from the airport, this rural region is a favourite with travellers looking for peace and quiet that’s not too far off the beaten track.

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Villas in Sri Lanka by region

Hill Country, North West Coast, South Coast, West Coast

Villas in North West Coast by local area

Gampaha, Kalpitiya
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Hideaway

From TBA

North West Coast, Sri Lanka

Sleeps 6

7.9

Heavenly Hideaway is an enchanting manor house encircled by lush coconut and pineapple plantations that characterise the beautifully serene landscape of rural Gampaha. There are 3 gorgeous bedrooms, private jacuzzis, a cool bar, a TV with huge DVD selection, a generous swimming pool and a wonderfully pampering seven-strong staff team.

* Additional charges may apply for maximum occupancy
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