Transporte público a 370 m
Traslado al aeropuerto gratuito
Wifi gratis en las habitaciones
|Distancia al centro de la ciudad||0.5 km|
|Valoración de la ubicación||8,5|
|Aeropuerto más cercano||Aeropuerto de Koggala (KCT)|
|Distancia al aeropuerto||12,4 km|
Renovado en el 2012, el Atapattu Walawwa House garantiza una estancia agradable a los huéspedes que visitan Galle tanto por negocios como por placer. Por su ubicación a 0.5 km del centro de la ciudad y a 255.1 km desde el aeropuerto, este hotel de 4 estrellas atrae a numerosos viajeros cada año. Con su estratégica ubicación, este establecimiento ofrece fácil acceso a las visitas obligadas en la ciudad.
Atapattu Walawwa House ofrece una amplia gama de servicios de calidad para garantizar una estancia confortable. El alojamiento ofrece servicios muy prácticos como Wi-Fi gratis en las habitaciones, limpieza diaria, Wi-Fi en zonas comunes, parking, servicio de habitaciones.
Entra en una de las 7 tentadoras habitaciones y escapa del estrés del dia. Disfruta con comodidades como televisión de pantalla plana, internet wifi, piscina privada, habitaciones para no fumadores, servicio de despertador que pueden encontrarse en algunas de las habitaciones. Los servicios de piscina al aire libre, jardín son ideales para relajarse y descansar tras un día ajetreado. Sea cual sea el motivo de la estancia, Atapattu Walawwa House es una excelente elección para alojarse en Galle.
Niños y camas extra
Las camas supletorias están disponibles en función del tipo de habitación que elijas, por favor consulta las condiciones de las habitaciones individuales para más información.
Este alojamiento acepta niños de todas las edades.
|Edad de los huéspedes||Cama extra|
Bebés de 0 a 1 año(s) (incluidos)
Se alojan en la habitación gratis si no necesitan cama adicional.
Se pueden solicitar cunas directamente al alojamiento.
Niños de 2 a 4 años (incluidos)
Se alojan en la habitación gratis si no necesitan cama adicional.
Si necesitas una cama extra, supone un cargo adicional.
Los huéspedes con edad a partir de 5 años se consideran adultos
Se debe usar cama extra, lo que supone un cargo adicional.
Agradable estancia en la casa”
Estancia agradable y tranquila.Buen desayuno.La piscina se agradeció.
The nice house”
My friends and I all like the house very much.If time permits, we will choose to stay for a week or more。
Lovely historical site to stay in ”
We stayed here for 1 night and were the only guests, the shower & breakfast were definitely highlights for me. Only downside was there were a lot of mosquitoes who had a feast on us while we were sleeping even though our bed had a mosquito net.
The owner, (Dr.) Janaka, is an incredible fella whose family has owned the 260 year old building for the past 10 generations. Charmingly rustic with brilliant architecture to keep the whole whole cool throughout the day. The housekeepers & cooks were all very friendly and made delicious local (and bacon & eggs) breakfasts everyday. It's only a five minute stroll down to the water front, and then another ten minutes onto Galle Fort. The house can also help organise Tuk Tuks for you if you don't fancy walking. I would highly recommend this lovely house.
Beautiful rooms, lovely and tranquil environment
Historical house with magic atmosphere, the owner told us its story, you can understand more of Sri lanka by staying here few days!
It was such an impressive historical place. But we”
Wonderful. The owner and the staff were supurp. Food served was authentic and clean. Love our stay there.
Immersion into Sri Lankan History and Culture”
Our family of 5 stayed in this house over the Xmas break. We had a wonderful time being able to wonder around the Galle, Galle Fort and beach area. We always enjoyed the very peaceful and relaxing surroundings of the house after a day's trekking around. The staff are most gracious and attentive. We would certainly recommend a stay at Atapattu Walawwa as it is not only a place to stay, but somewhere you can gain a wonderful insight into Sri Lankan history and culture directly from the people.
unique hotel with amazing staffs”
Very good. More impressed with the staffs more than anything else. Super useful and helpful!
this is not a hotel”
This is a interesting heritage house with lots of potential to become a lovely guesthouse. The issues with this place we experienced made us decide to cut off our already made and paid booking. The current management and staff do their very best, however they don't seem to be equipped to be hotel staff and they are provided with minimum resources to work with. The house is stacked with antique but lacks atmosphere and comfort. The road directly next to the place is very busy from early(5am) morning till late in the evening. This is very disturbing for sleep and relaxing. The breakfast is no more then poor hospitality standars. Nescafe coffee, stale white bread, a dry plaint omelet, fluorecent marmalade...? We had to buy our own mosquito spray to keep the room bugs and cockroach free. Unfortunately it didn't keep the rats away. We would advice the owner to seriously consider this place to offer it as a hotel. In short a wonderful 260 year old museum light years away from being a comfortable hotel.
Old House With Lots of Character”
I would recommend this place for a traveler who really wants to experience and learn about traditional Sri Lankan culture and stay in a historic property with a homestay feel, and values that above convenience or luxury. To be honest, I would not recommend it for someone who wants more of a luxury or boutique hotel experience with all mod cons. It is, after all, a 260 year old property. Bathroom facilities (in-room shower, toilet, sink) were basic but clean and adequate. I had major issues charging some of my electrical devices in the antiquated sockets, and the antique locks can be difficult to negotiate. There is no AC, but I found that the ceiling fan and the house's stone construction and high ceilings kept the rooms comfortably cool. The front door is locked at 10 PM, and it's about a 20 minute walk from the Fort, hot during the day and poorly lit at night (though tuk-tuks are readily available), so not the best place for someone who needs to be near the action in the Fort or who plans to stay out late. But I found it a very quiet, relaxing place to stay and enjoyed talking with the owner and manager, who shared not only the history of the house but many aspects of Sri Lankan culture and history with their guests. I stayed here after the end of a cycling tour, where we saw beautiful scenery and stayed in some stunning hotels, but had little contact with local residents, so found the change of pace very refreshing.
Something a little different”
We wanted to stay somewhere different, and this place certainly is! It has an amazing atmosphere due to its age. The furniture, layout and grounds of the house are fascinating, and the owner took us on a tour explaining it's history. If you want something with lots of soul, stay here. Amazing.
A tranquil oasis”
Very welcoming and helpful staff; tastefully decorated rooms with quirky antique furniture; bathroom clean but water not quite hot enough for my preference; no air conditioning but stayed in December so ceiling fan was sufficient - might be a different story in May.
Lovely old mansion a short walk from Fort”
This is a 200-year-old mansion, part of which has recently become a hotel and part is becoming a museum that the owner and part-time resident can show you around. The Saffron room, which we had, appears to be the best, with a lovely four-poster bed and mosquito net, a spacious bathroom and a wonderful balcony looking onto the garden to watch the birds, the resident raccon-like animal and monkeys in the trees beyond the high wall. Breakfast, which varied each day for us, is taken in an open-windowed side room of the main house. It's by a fairly busy road but still remain calm. (I'm a light sleeper but slept fine). The manager was very helpful and the staf (not many people, given the limited number of rooms) were friendly. We only booked here because our preferred hotel in the old Fort had no rooms, but we were glad we ended up at Atapattu. Recommended.
worst hotel ever for value for money”
We will remember our stay here primarily because of the house itself! The owners have gone to great lengths to preserve the originality of this 260 year-old property - in fact, the owner also took us for a detailed tour around the house explaining the various stories related to the house & the period it was built in. Overall, it was a comfortable stay - breakfast was good and given that Galle fort was nearby, location wasn't too bad either. Definitely an option for those looking for the authentic Sri Lankan experience!
It was my best stay during whole trip, amazing architecture and loving ppl !!!
Character and tranquality”
Lovely. I felt the most calm I felt on my whole trip. The gardens are a wonderland. A great place to unwind and just chill.
A very pleasant and warm stay at a heritage home”
Me and my husband had visited Galle in August 2014 for 3 nights after staying at Mt. Lavinia and Hikkaduwa for 3 nights each. We accidentally chanced upon this beautiful heritage property at Agoda which is resplendent with history, art & architecture splendour. The owner Mr. Janaka Goonetilleke and his staff were very warm and made our stay pleasant. We had some wonderful meals and conversations with Mr. Goonetilleke and our stay here was so relaxing and rejuvenating after all the beach activites we did earlier that we barely moved out of the house during our 3 days stay. There isnt anyways much to see in Galle except for the Fort. We left from there with a lot of fond memories and would love to visit Atapattu Wallawa again soon for a soothing experience.
Absolutely sublime setting. Amazing experience.”
Cant be faulted, ideal for relaxing & kicking back