A great place to wind down to after a long day of kite-surfing on Kalpitiya Lagoon.
The price is for the entire house.
Situated among the coconut trees, Asanka’s is a big home with three double rooms, a common bathroom, a spacious living room and a full kitchen with a stove, fridge and even a washing machine for you to use. A perfect place for those who come to learn kite-surfing in a group. There’s a discount for longer bookings.
Asanka’s is some 250 metres from the beach, the lagoon is about 2 kilometres away and town is 5 kilometres.
Interaction with guests
Your host, Chamil Asanka, lives about 100 metres away with his wife and two kids. He’s always there for you, to arrange transport and delicious food that his wife cooks. If you need help with arranging kite-surf lessons or other activities, Chamil can help.
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