An immaculate beach just a few, barefoot steps from your room. A pool set in tropical gardens. Sri Lanka’s southern sightseeing, wildlife and cultural opportunities on your doorstep.
The phrase ‘barefoot luxury’ could have been conceived at The Last House. The hotel has a sublimely relaxed atmosphere you’ll feel the moment you set foot inside.
Outside is one of the Teardrop Island’s most prized beaches, and a little further afield lie the particular features that make Sri Lanka such a magical destination. Galle’s mighty coral and rock fort. The temple and Buddhist monastery carved from solid rock at Mulkirigala Caves. Over 100 indigenous species of birds at Bandula and turtles at Rekawa. Yala National Park has the world’s highest concentration of leopards. And you’ll see wild Indian elephants in Udawalawe Park and whales and dolphins off the coast of Mirissa.
The Last House should be the first hotel you consider for your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Sri Lanka.
The Last House, at a glance
- Boutique, beachside hotel that epitomises the idea of barefoot luxury
- Choice of just six guest rooms with white-washed walls accentuated by gaily-painted shutters and polished floors
- En suite bathrooms with chic décor
- Parties can reserve the whole house, whilst families may prefer the Cinnamon Hill Suite with its two twin bedrooms
- Tremendous beach and sea vistas, or tranquil views over the lagoon and visiting wildlife
- Restaurant serving international and local specialities, with an emphasis on fresh seafood, plus private dining options
For leisure and pleasure
- Swimming pool surrounded by a delightful tropical garden
- Unspoilt Mawella Beach is but a few steps away
- Beach games, surfing and boarding
- Fishing and snorkelling expeditions to the bay and nearby beaches
- Croquet and badminton on the lawn
- Tours arranged to a wide variety of wildlife, cultural and heritage destinations strung out along Sri Lanka’s beautiful South Coast
- Safaris to Yala and Udawalawe game parks
- Excursions to Mulkirigala Caves with its rock-carved temple and monastery set in a rich forest