Neem Tree House is an immaculately designed villa located at the edge of Yala National Park, in a grove of Neem Trees. Tucked away from the tourist trail, the elegant villa overlooks a serene lake which attracts plenty of wildlife.
The base price of USD 195 per day is for two people. Each additional person will be charged at USD 40 per day. The total price of the villa for 12 persons is USD 595 per day.
The villa has three spacious air-conditioned rooms, two of which have ensuite bathrooms. It also includes two separate bathrooms that can be shared amongst the guests, with hot water provided to all bathrooms. In addition, there is a large cool veranda which sleeps up to 6 people on comfortable beds overlooking the pool and garden.
Guests have access to the entire villa
Interaction with guests
Kumari and Ranjith live on the premises with their family and will be your hosts during your stay. You will find them to be diligent and courteous, catering to your every need without ever intruding on your privacy. If you want to visit Yala National Park they will be happy to organize the safari for you.
Other things to note
The price of the villa does not include food and we don't have a self catering option, however, you can order food from our menu. Our thoughtfully crafted menu highlights the full bodied flavours of traditional Sri Lankan fare as well as the subtler flavours of western cuisine.
All our produce is sourced locally, and as a result, we get the freshest ingredients available. Meals are lovingly and carefully prepared by our chef Kumari and her family. A meal costs between USD 5-10 Per person based on what you order. We can cater to your specific dietary requirements if you let us know in advance.
Your holiday, your rules. But please don't damage our home or disturb those living around you. Don't forget you are at the edge of a national wild life sanctuary!
I'm a book lover, wild life enthusiast and traveler! I have lived most my life in Sri Lanka and I love this beautiful island. I have been a frequent visitor to its national parks from the time I was a wee little baby. Sydney, Australia is my second home where I lived for nearly a decade. My love for coffee and travel developed while I was there. As an aspiring yogi, life to me is all about the journey :)