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This was probably the worst of the six hotels I stayed in while in Sri Lanka.
Rooms had the bare essentials, no TV, WiFi very erratic. Food was quite expensive compared to other places.
Situated at one end of the beach is does make for...More
i came whit my family 2 adults and 2 kids (10/7) to giragala hotel. room whit an ocean view. My room was large, clean and had A/C, fan, mosquito net, in room safe and a good bathroom, very good for kids whit a lot of...More
I stayed at the Giragala Village purely for its location.
I booked an ocean view room as I intended to surf most days, and I wanted to walk out of my room and onto the beach. This cost a little bit extra and I thought...More
I discovered this pristine location just a day ahead of my departure from Mirissa.
I still regret if not having been able to spend an evening on the Giragala beach.
This is one of its kind beach I have visited so far at any place....More
Yes the handle fell off the door, the a/c dripped and the rooms have a shabby feel, but if you can stay right on the beach, have breakfast on the sand under the palm trees and be served by charming Sri Lankans, who cares? Our...More
Hi Jo I think a double room B +B was about £35 - £40; can't remember how many SLR exactly. We just turned up on spec due to us having had to leave our other accommodation which was truly awful. Would certainly recommend... More
Hi Jo I think a double room B +B was about £35 - £40; can't remember how many SLR exactly. We just turned up on spec due to us having had to leave our other accommodation which was truly awful. Would certainly recommend Giragala!