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Sri Lanka’s Surf HotelPottuvil Point, Sri Lanka

Moments from the white sands and blue barrels of Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka’s latest eco-luxury address is one you’ll want to put on the map.

Just 20 rustic cabanas dot the coastline, but these aren’t just any old beach shacks. The cabanas’ exteriors – crafted from local wood, iluk grass and woven palm leaves and topped with a thatched roof – belie the simple yet modern design and comforts within.

There’s a large bed, lounge area and both indoor and outdoor showers, plus thoughtful amenities like beach bag with sunscreen, bottled water and binoculars to catch surfers in action, whether you’re hanging out at the beach or on the lounger on your outdoor deck. An open-air restaurant, infinity pool and 24-hour room service round out Jetwing Surf’s resume. This is one place you’ll be happy to call your holiday home. 

 


  • Lounge area
  • Indoor and outdoor showers
  • Beach bag with sunscreen, bottled water and binoculars
  • Open-air restaurant
  • Infinity pool
  • 24-hour room service
  • Free wifi
  • Electronic safe
  • Outdoor deck with large canopy umbrella, two sun beds, table and chairs

Rooms start from US$225 a night.

Jetwing Hotels
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