Spend a few days in your cabin near Arugam Bay Beach. The price is for a cabana with attached bathroom. There are two such cabins and three other double bedrooms available.
Fairoo's (a.k.a. Lazy Bay) offers 2 cabanas and three double rooms in a garden with papaya and coconut trees. The place was heavily damaged by the Boxing Day Tsunami, was beautifully restored and has since become a popular tourist guest house. It's got a nice hall where you can relax under the fan, where you can play music and where there's wifi. You can even use the kitchen if you want.
Interaction with guests
Fairoos runs the place with his English-speaking colleague and his son Haniq. Together they've got lots of experience with tourists and they can arrange food, transportation and even wildlife safari's.
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