The Rice House is tucked away in a 1 acre plot of land next to a small village with a very authentic Sri Lankan Bakery. It overlooks the paddy fields and the only noises that you hear are the sounds of the birds (blue kingfishers, peacocks, etc), the water buffaloes, cows, the black monkeys that occasionally pay a visit to our jack fruit trees and the chanting of monks of the temple a kilometre away.
The house has 4 separate bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom. Each bedroom has an antique king size bed and a daybed, that can be changed into an extra bed. All beds have mosquito nets. All rooms have overhead fans and air-conditioning and high wooden ceilings with king trusses. The floor consists of hand made terra cotta tiles that have been sealed by natural wax. Three of the four bed rooms are entered via the front court yard with frangipani trees and a covered verandah with a big dining table overlooking the garden.
The fourth bed room is entered via the paddy field verandah (80 sqm big).
The house is furnished with a mix of antique and design pieces. It oozes charm and personality. Each guest should feel at home. Young and old should therefore choose their spot where they feel the most comfortable, sink onto the big bean bag pillows in front of the television, sit on the two 3 meter design couches in the living room, cocoon in one of the 3 rattan hanging chairs or hanging wooden benches on the verandahs or just plunge onto the butterfly chairs; once you are seated in these, you do not want to get up.
The 6 meter high-ceilinged (45 sqm) living room has a television and a lounge area with design couches, chairs and poufs. Children and adults can watch television as well as play some WII games.
In the garden you will find an infinity pool alongside the paddy field with a terrace with sun beds. Soccer or cricket can be played on the lawn in the garden.