Blue Heights, Dikwella

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Blue Heights provides accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning, a private beach area and access to a garden with an outdoor pool.

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About Blue Heights, Dikwella

Blue Heights Dickwella is a guest house set on a hillock overlooking the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean at Dickwella (Dikwella). The isolated location of Blue Heights Dickwella affords a perfect beach setting for seclusion and relaxation. The garden of Blue Heights, Dickwella is vibrant with bird life. Among the birds who found sanctuary in the garden are peacocks. Porcupine and rabbits are often seen in the garden. At the end of downhill stroll of no more than 100 meters from garden of Blue Heights is the beach. A five minute stroll along the beach takes you to the Hiriketiya Bay. Hiriketiya is a secluded cove ideal for swimming during the season.

Location of Blue Heights, Dikwella

Tangalle is 14 km from Blue Heights, while Mirissa is 35 km away.

Accommodation at Blue Heights, Dikwella

Bedroom 1: Master Suite: 1st floor. Ensuite. Four poster king size bed with fitted mosquito net. French windows to private terrace. Over head fan Bedroom 2: Guest double: Ground floor. Ensuite. Four poster queen size bed with fitted mosquito net. French windows leading to garden Bedroom 3: Guest twin: Ground floor. Ensuite. Two single four poster beds with fitted mosquito nets. Over head fans. French windows to garden. Bedroom 4: Guest double: Main building. Ensuite. Four poster queen size bed with fitted mosquito net. Over head fan.

Facilities at Blue Heights, Dikwella

A lovely house set in approx 2 acres of garden with four ensuite bedrooms enjoying a south facing elevated position leading onto a small horseshoe bay with seasonal swimming and excellent surfing. The beach is accessed via the private gate and short 15 yard stroll.

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About Matara District

Matara is a city on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, 160 km from Colombo. It is one of the largest cities in Sri Lanka. The town contains many remnants of Sri Lanka is colonial past and is divided by the island?s third longest river, the Nilwala Ganga, Blue River a beautiful, wide expanse of water that splits the old town from the new.

In 16th and 18th centuries Matara was ruled by Portuguese and Dutch respectively. The culture and architecture can be still seen in the area. The popular Light house in point Dondra was built by Dutch and it is considered as one of the most beautiful and oldest light houses in Sri Lanka.

Matara is a city on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, 160 km from Colombo. It is one of the largest cities in Sri Lanka. The town contains many remnants of Sri Lanka?s colonial past and is divided by the island?s third longest river, the Nilwala Ganga, Blue River a beautiful, wide expanse of water that splits the old town from the new.

In 16th and 18th centuries Matara was ruled by Portuguese and Dutch respectively. The culture and architecture can be still seen in the area. The popular Light house in point Dondra was built by Dutch and it is considered as one of the most beautiful and oldest light houses in Sri Lanka.

About Southern Province

The Southern Province of Sri Lanka is a small geographic area consisting of the districts of Galle, Matara and Hambantota. Subsistence farming and fishing is the main source of income for the vast majority of the people of this region.

Important landmarks of the Southern Province include the wildlife sanctuaries of the Yala and Udawalawe National Parks, the holy city of Kataragama, and the ancient cities of Tissamaharama, Kirinda and Galle. (Although Galle is an ancient city, almost nothing survives from before the Portuguese invasion.) During the Portuguese period there were two famous Sinhalese poets called Andare who was from Dickwella and Gajaman Nona who was from Denipitiya in Matara District, composing poems on common man.