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Coco Tangalla

Coco Tangalla,Tangalle

LOCATION
The journey from Colombo’s international airport will take about 3.5 hours via the Southern highway. With a variety of wildlife, cultural and heritage destinations to visit in the area, it is situated very conveniently to explore…or just use us as a stop-over to or from Galle, Yala or elsewhere.
ACCOMMODATION
There are six air-conditioned bedrooms furnished with twin or double beds. The bedrooms all differ in design and colours giving a sense of individuality, and the feeling of staying in a home, even though in stylish beach accommodation in Sri Lanka. Hanging wardrobes, bedside tables and lights, chairs and luggage space are in all the rooms. Each rooms’ amenities do not differ significantly, any price difference is mainly determined by size.In the main house are four bedrooms – Kundira, Palmyrah, Kurumba and Thambili – combining oriental and bright colours in silks and local fabrics, artwork and stylish furnishings. All have private ensuite bathrooms with shower, as well as a basin, and WC. One of these rooms has Twin Beds.Adjacent to the main house are two more bedrooms. These can interconnect by a short passageway, making them an ideal combination for a family looking for Tangalle accommodation.
DINING
As testified by these photos at Coco Tangalla, seafood can be a staple part of your stay by the Indian Ocean. The focus is on fresh and local ingredients bought daily, and menus include a variety of western and asian styles and flavours. Lunches are typically two courses from a selection of soups, pasta, vegetarian dishes, or all varieties of seafood and other salads, followed by a delicious dessert. Dinner is three-course fare, which might include crab, mullet, searfish, lobster or tuna all cooked by interesting fusion recipes, or a variety of beef, chicken and vegetable curries, and some house favourites for dessert.
FACILITIES & ATTRACTIONS
This unique hotel is ideally located to visit Galle and the incredible Dolphin watching and Whale watching Sri Lanka is famous for.On the LandIf your thing is wildlife, you can head to Yala National Park on safari amongst the word’s highest concentration of leopards, or enjoy the company of large herds of elephants at Udawalawe Reserve, or visit the Turtle Conservation Area at Rekawa by night, to be enthralled as turtles arrive to lay their eggs, for incredible turtle hatchery in Sri Lanka.In the AirWith a large proportion of over 100 species being indigenous, the Bandula Bird Sanctuary attracts every enthusiast to this wetlands area, and many species can also be found wherever you look in Yala and Udawalawe, all within reach of this Tangalle boutique hotel.At Sea
Whale watching in Sri Lanka has become a key part of any visit to the island and trips can be organized from Mirissa only 45 minutes away, also for your chance to go dolphin watching in Sri Lanka.

To See
A short trip from us are the Mulkirigala Caves boasting a remarkable temple and monastery carved out of a large and sheer rock formation in the surrounding forest. Also nearby, fans of Bawa’s architecture should visit Ruhuna University and Claughton House. There’s the Dutch Fort at Matara to warm you up before a visit to Galle and its own UNESCO World Heritage Site at the fort, also an oasis for some browsing and shopping in its’ boutiques.

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