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Cape Weligama



When you arrive at Cape Weligama, apart from the aesthetics of distinctive Balinese flavor, you would be tempted to class it as yet another typical beach resort. But when you get into the buggy that leads you deeper into the heart of this 12 acre property, that you discover is perched atop a cliff that plunges 36m down to the sea, you are captivated by the whole ethos of a place that is fashioned in the style of a traditional Sri Lankan village. The earthy tones of the simple facades of the villas that dot the property are set off by the colourful riot of fragrant frangipani, vivid bougainvillea’s and palms that dot the landscape.  The mansions house 4 spacious suites that share a fun pool. The 2-3  free standing stone villas that comprise a Wattas share 15m infinity pools. The dwellings within are luxuriously and thoughtfully appointed and come with  complementary 24hr private butler services, bespoke dining and in room spa facilities, designed to satiate the most exacting expectations of a truly indulgent resort experience. The sparkling, azure toned jewel in the Cape Weligama crown is the 60m crescent shaped infinity pool that encircles the cliff edge. It comes replete with a magnificent, undisturbed view of an seemingly endless ocean spanning out into the far horizon beyond. 

   Beach Access
   Fine Dining
   Swimming Pool



Cape Weligama boasts of 4 restaurants, each very distinctive in its offering of flavours and cuisine. The Dining Pavilion is the rife with the fragrance of fresh sea food being grilled to perfection, Misaki, the Japanese restaurant offers a delectable spread of sushi, sashimi and teppanyaki, for typical Sri Lankan food fragrant with home ground spices it is Kumbuk and for a high tea  spread fit for a queen or pre dinner cocktails and canapes weave your way to the Living Pavilion. Those preferring to enjoy the privacy of ones own villa could call on the private butler service to dine in style in your little intimate corner of the world.

Things to do & local tips

Many fascinating forays to explore local attractions can be arranged – be it whale watching in Mirissa, a walking tour of the quaint township of the Galle Fort or a visit to the magical Garden home of Bevis Bava, the options are varied and plentiful, every little detail is thoughtfully planned and executed to create a memorable experience. But once you enter this little paradise village you might want to just throw away all plans and just let time drift by whilst indulging in the exotic spa treatments or soaking in the crescent pool breathing in the beauty that spreads out to infinity before you…