About this listing
A quiet spot to hang out with a group and explore Mannar Island. Price is per double room with attached bathroom and there are ten rooms available.
Lawrence’s is a big place. Spread over 3 acres, it offers ten double rooms and two family rooms, each with private bathroom. There’s a big, common living room, a dining area and a garden full of fruit trees. When we were there we bumped into a calf that was munching on some mangoes, we saw guineafowls and many pigeons. A nice natural feel this place has.
Interaction with guests
Lawrence is a friendly 53 year-old man who lived on Mannar Island all his life. He’s got four kids, whose names all start with a ‘T’, so he named his place ‘ The Four Tees’. Lawrence built the place himself, after the Civil War ended in 2009 and he’s hosted many tourists since. He speaks English, Tamil and some Sinhala, and he can arrange meals and transport upon request.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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