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6 guests
3 bedrooms
3 beds
1 bath
6 guests
3 bedrooms
3 beds
1 bath
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A colourful home in central Trincomalee.

The space

This newly built home is a rare find in Trinco town. With three rooms, a living room, a bathroom and a kitchen it can host up to 6 people. A very nice and colourful place, inside and out.

Interaction with guests

Kumar (a.k.a. Wasanthakumar, but that’s a bit too long for most), is a local schoolteacher from Trinco town. He’s built this home to rent out to guests and make extra income, while he and his wife and kids live in another home nearby.

Family/kid friendly
Smoking allowed
Extra people No Charge
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House Rules
Check-in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

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Some pet(s) live in the house
2 nights minimum stay

14 Reviews

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Hariharan User Profile
February 2017
Great place. Host was very helpful.

Tanya User Profile
August 2017
Nice place well located, the host was very kind and helpful. A few negative things to be noticed: no wi-fi and the showers didn't work. Nevertheless we had a great stay! Recommended

Pavel User Profile
May 2017
Good house. 3 rooms, but only in one is a/c. All was ok, recomended)

Benjamin User Profile
January 2017
The place is colorful and mostly very clean. Only the indoor bathroom is a little outdated. Mr. Kumars son is very friendly, speaks close to perfect English and is ready to help with anything.

Barbara User Profile
September 2016
That's a blue nice villa with a big yard. Three rooms with one air conditioner which cost 500 rs one night. But it's ok with fans open at night. And the locations not really good cuz you can't see the ocean from villa. But at least you can go to the Main Street within one minute.

Terry User Profile
August 2016
kumar's house is a very comfortable place to stay. perfect for a family or group. the neighbourhood is quiet and close enough to town to walk if necessary. the beach is not too far and as it is just off the north coast road other beaches are acessible by tuk tuk or bus. beds very comfortable which is always nice.

Chris User Profile
July 2016
A colourful house at the end of a short track populated by dogs and the odd cow, off the main road from Trinco to Nilaveli. It’s a nice new house, three good bedrooms, big kitchen and a great new big shower room outside. The kitchen lacked a few basics (a toaster, some eating knives etc) but has a good fridge and cooker if you need it. Only one bedroom has aircon and we were charged extra (500ru/night) for using it. We found the house quite hot but this may have been because we had the windows closed against mozzies at night. You might need to ask for towels and anti Mozzie protectors if they are not put out. Generally quiet but got blasted with music by the temple near by a few times. There are basic shops a few minutes away on the main road and Trincomalee centre is five minutes by tuk tuk (100-150 ru) The beach opposite the house is more of a fishing beach protected by a strip of shanty houses but there are lovely beaches (and masses of cheap restaurants) at Uppaveli beach a few km away (tuk tuk 200ru) . Nilaveli beach (for Pigeon island)is even more deserted and about 12km away (800ru). Mr Kumar and his son are very friendly and helpful if you need anything. A great place to stay if you want to throw yourself into a real Sri Lankan home and explore the area around Trincomalee.

Amsterdam, NetherlandsJoined in March 2014
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