Sri Lankan hotel group, Teardrop Hotels’, has launched two luxurious villas in Galle, Sri Lanka. Two of the properties are located in the historical Galle Fort district. It is which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The first, located at 41 Lighthouse Street, is a three-bedroom home with a private pool. The two-storey home recently completed the three-year project of renovation that can sleep seven guests. The second villa, which is 42 Lighthouse Street, is a four-bedroom house that was the home of an 18th-century Dutch merchant. The property is able to accommodate 10 guests. It also has an outdoor terrace with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean.
The two villas is built on historical Sri Lankan architecture and are constructed using modern-day interiors. “We’ve noticed a rising trend of families seeking exclusive use villas in south and 41 and 42 Lighthouse Street fit the bill perfectly. The two properties are the first of a series of villas for holiday rentals that be distinctive and enhance the experience of luxury villas in Sri Lanka,” says Henry Fitch, CEO of Teardrop Hotels’.
Other hospitality properties that are part of the portfolio include Lunuganga which is a century-old manor house which has been transformed into an elegant boutique hotel, and a collection of ‘Tea planters’ bungalows close to Dickoya, Nuwara Eliya, Ella and Kandy.