About the Homestay

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Stay with real srilankan rural family escaping from touristic rush places and get experience about culture,local food,local farming, when you come from colombo or airport(Negambo) to kandy city by bus after kegalle town about 6 km or by train close to the Rambukkana railway station homestay is situated.(about 6 km)
Unique and antique house in Galpola village, set among-st the backdrop of the Karuwala Mountains, also known as the Dark Mountains,

I am a retired government teacher.now I am spending
my old age.I am difficult to go around the world ,But world is come close to me because of Homestay .com......you can contact my son RAVI , HE WILL PICK UP YOU TO MY HOME

*20 minutes drive to pinnawala Elephant orphanage.
*Enjoy with staying srilankan local cultural family.
Two rooms with large double beds, each with fan and mosquito net.

Wi-fi available by modem
Free Tea & Coffee Making Facilities.
Free Traditional Sri Lankan breakfast .
Free knowledge how to prepare local food and coffee dust.
Free experience about growing vegetable,rice and plucking coconut.
Free occasion to spend time with rural community.
Free environment with some birds and free animals for meditation or mind relaxation.



House Facilities
  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Internet Access
  • Non Smoking
  • Allow Smoking

Bedrooms available for booking

Minimum stay is for 1 night

Maximum stay is for 30 nights

Available for given dates

Long stay? If you have a reoccuring schedule where days in the week do not require accommodation, you can unselect those days below. This will inform the host and reduce the price of your stay.

bed room no 01
From 2,268 per night
Family Room
Sleeps 4

Bathroom private (exclusive to guest)
2 Double Bed

Bedroom availableNot available for dates

This room is open to the nature .Two double bed ,mosquito net and Fan is included.

  • Desk and Lamp
  • Carpet / Moquette
  • Mirror
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About the Area

1).When you come from colombo or airport (negambo ) to kandy by bus between kegalle town mawanella town home stay is situated .
After coming to Annasigala Junction (on the way) turn to left and drive 1 km.(kiulpana road )
2).When you come from colombo or airport (negambo ) to kandy by train ,close Rail way station is Rambukkana.(about 6km)

Local Area Facilities
  • Park
  • Shopping Centre
  • Bus Stop
  • Train station
  • Hospital


Hosts can offer a complimentary light breakfast at their discretion. All other meals, including a full breakfast, might incur an additional cost, if offered. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.

Included in the stay
  • Complimentary Light Breakfast
  • Use of Kitchen

House Rules

Not allowed for locals and no accommodation for local drivers

Smoking is allowed outdoors only.

2 Reviews

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    United Kingdom
    Age 55 - 64

    5 hearts
    April 2017

    Ravi, his wife, and his parents are perfect hosts. We stayed over New Year for the Sinhalese people meaning sharing in the festive foods prepared for all the family and guests calling by. The home is in a hillside village in the jungle. Nearest main road is a 15 minute walk. Accommodation is basic but offers a foothold into rural life. Loads of wildlife around and very peaceful. Ideal for anyone wanting to kick back from city life.
    Thank you very much Ravi.

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    Host reply
    Homestay Host Family Munaweera ( RAVI ) in ,

    Andrew and his wife stayed at jungle village home four nights. It was great experience for our family. Every night we discussed so many things and got so many advice from them. They are very helpful and generous couple. Hope to see them again and we wish very healthy life for them. Can recommend highly for other travelers.thank you very much

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    Age 45 - 54

    5 hearts
    August 2016

    We stayed here with our daughters (13 and 11 ) for three nights. Ravi and his family were amazing hosts . Such a warm and lovely family. They kept us very nice company, we had a lots of laughs and we felt very comfortable.
    Ravi took us hiking. That was exiting and wonderful. And Ravi organized the great experience to washing, feeding and riding an elephant. The dream of our daughter came true.
    Munaweera and Rebecca cooked very delicious meals on the traditional way. The last evening was amazing. We song and danced with Munaweera.
    When it was time to say good bye it felt like we left our new family.
    We'll definitely come back here.

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