Our Free Services

We will organize a transfer either to or from the airport to the villa FREE of charge.
You want to be far away, but connected to the world? You will enjoy a FREE Wi-Fi internet access.
You wish to stay tuned with the latest news from all around the world? A Cable TV provided with International channels and English movies will be supplied.
The swimming pool with the whirlpool allows our guests to relax their souls and bodies in the blue water. Candlelight dinners under the bright countless stars may be organized over prior request
Great Sri Lankan tea and delicious fruit will be offered for breakfast as all rooms have FREE breakfast included in the price.
Cycling. We have bikes at the house for energetic types who fancy a spin through the paddies. Once off the main roads, you are embraced by the charm of Sri Lankan life and two wheels provide the right pace at which to experience it, all FREE of charge.

On Request Services

The Villa Green Inn can organize your tours/excursions by bus, train or minivan. From just one day trip to your whole Sri Lankan tour. We understand that you absolutely want to visit Sri Lanka! It’s true, who doesn’t want to spend a vacation on an island of such great natural diversity, with such a welcoming population? Traveling with a group in Sri Lanka will allow you to meet new people with the same passion for travel, partake in group activities and moreover discover a new country at a reduced price. Join an unforgettable experience of great discoveries!
Hiking and Trekking into the Srilankan wildlife will be available with an experienced and passionate guide. Sri Lanka is a very special hiking destination. There are trails for all sorts of experience, from easy walks to more intense treks. Sri Lanka also has over 400 waterfalls, a visit to which is included in plenty of hikes. Here are some of the best hiking and trekking trails in Sri Lanka.
A Safari in the Srilankan jungles of Habarana, Kithulgala and Wilpatthu will allow you to riconnect with Nature. For more rare and exciting sightings, like elephants, leopards, bears or any of the other 90 plus species of mammals on the island, a short jaunt from any of our properties will take you into one of Sri Lanka’s many wildlife reserves where you can observe animals in their exotic habitats. Embark on a Sri Lanka jungle safari during your stay at our hotels to experience the wildlife of this island.
A Night Camping will enable you to further experience a Nightlife in the quiet and solitude of Nature. One of the more obvious advantages of being on a camping safari is being able to immerse yourself in a 24-hour cycle of eating, sleeping, showering, walking around (campsite only!) within the park itself. Campers can be a part of the entire natural and wild experience. Having facilities at camp to fall back on – whether for relaxation, freshening up or having a meal – makes it all more enjoyable so that rather than always administering to that pressing urge to chase after nature you have the time and the scope to let it come to you.
You can have a taste of the island of Ceylon on a Boat Tour along the coasts of the country or the rivers of the inner land.  A River cruise is a voyage along inland waterways, often stopping at multiple ports along the way. Since cities and towns often grew up around rivers, river cruise ships frequently dock in the center of cities and towns
The Srilankan island is home to several species of Birds. At Puttalam and Anavilundaa you may be able to appreciate the variety of these creatures. Sri Lanka's abundant bird-life makes the island a true Ornithologist's paradise. Of the 427 recorded species, 250 are resident and 23 are endemic to the country. With such a variety of environments ranging from wet to dry zone, forest to jungle, and hill country to low lands, there's no end to the fascinating locations in which to spot many of these beautiful birds. Most of the endemic birds (such as the Sri Lankan grackle) are restricted to the wet zone, while birds such as the Sri Lanka whistling thrush and the yellow-eared bulbul reside in the hill country. Others, like the brilliantly plumaged jungle fowl, the striking red-faced malkoha and the shy brown-capped babbler can be found in forests and sanctuaries throughout the island. Among the best areas for sighting these birds are the Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve and the Adam's Peak Wildlife Sanctuary.
The vast Indian Ocean is sailed by Whales and Dolphins. At Mirissa you may cross their route. The ever smiling, mischievous dolphins will put on a show while some of the oldest and the largest sea creatures, the humpback and the blue whales, will nonchalantly  glide past you, when you embark on a whale/ dolphin watching excursion off the Southern, Eastern or the West coast of Sri Lanka. The ideal locations for whale watching would be Dondra Point (accessible from Galle, Hikkaduwa and Mirissa) and Trincomalee while the sea off Kalpitiya teems with an abundance of dolphins.
A tour on a Hot air balloon allows you to admire the magnitude of the Green Sri Lankan island. Feel the excitement as you lift off and drift effortlessly over the spectacular scenery. As the climbing goes on unnoticed, find yourself amidst endless horizons of rugged mountains and green fields with only the burners to disturb the peace. Watch your pilot gradually lower the balloon until it is just inches above the evergreen trees. as you pick leaves or touch the tree tops, spot a bird or an animal waking to the daybreak. Air Ballooning is an expirience unlike traditional air travel, where u cannot feel movement and the silence is absolute. Leaving you to enjoy the surroundings with utmost serenity and peace.
The flexibility of renting a Motor bike will let you discover the hidden corners of Negombo and its surroundings. Motorcycling is an alternative for intrepid travellers. Distances are relatively short and some of the roads are a motorcyclist’s delight; the trick is to stay off the main highways. The quieter Hill Country roads offer some glorious views, and secondary roads along the coast and the plains are reasonably quick.
You may surf at Arugambay but you may also windsurf and waterskii other waves of the Indian Ocean. Sri Lanka’s surrounding Indian Ocean waters are ideal for windsurfing, and the monsoon weather patterns are such that one half of the island’s coastal waters are always in season for water-sports. The west coast town of Bentota is popular for windsurfing with water and wind conditions best during the season from November to April. Negombo in the north-west is also great for windsurfing in Sri Lanka, as it has inland lagoons and lakes. Windsurfers can also head to Trincomalee on the east coast if they are in Sri Lanka between July and August. On the East coast the best winds are from July to August when windsurfers head to Trincomalee. Windsurfing in Sri Lanka is also possible inland on lagoons and lakes in Negombo, Bolgoda and Bentota.
If you desire a rough experience of the waters of the island, you can Raft in the many water courses of Sri Lanka. Experience White Water Rafting in the picturesque Kelani River in Kitulgala covering 5 major rapids and 4 minor rapids. This activity is for anyone above the age of 10 years with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing will be given by our white water rafting instructors beforehand. The distance covered is around 5 KM. The river and its surrounding will make you feel enchanted, with a memorable experience during your White Water Rafting Tour in Kitulagala.
Ayurveda is a system of traditional medicine and holistic wellness native to India and Sri Lanka. We can organize an ayurvedic treatment at one of our Auyrvedic treatment facilities. The Traditional Sri Lankan Medical System is as ancient as the civilization of the island. Having survived many a millennia, this indigenous medical system cured the world of any given illness. Its immense capacity kept an entire nation healthy in body and mind for centuries, allowing the people to create one of the world’s most amazing cultures. While baring close affinity to Ayurveda, our indigenous medicine diverges slightly in practice and constituents. It is a healing system that focuses on mental and physical fitness simultaneously. The ancient secret of our medicine is this significant harmony in these two elements with nature. Humans are a part of nature and maintaining an ideal relationship with the forces of nature results in health and happiness. We also believe in higher spiritual contentment through mind grooming, and it is another aspect of a positive, healthy life. Just as our natural splendour varies with different regions, so does our medicine. The island is home to a range of unique traditions and pedigrees known as ‘veda parampara’, that are established in their own regions from ancient times. Although there are slight variations due to geographical differences, they all are within the same structure. The Sri Lankan Traditional Medical System is a wonderful gift of nature and we welcome you to visit us and heal your mind, body and soul in a serene experience unlike any other.
We can provide traditional Sri Lankan food and more, including fresh seafood grills and Barbeques. Sri Lanka has a lot of secrets to be discovered and Sri Lankan food is one of them. The tastes and the smells of Sri Lankan food is a truly satisfying experience and the unique blend of local spices and coconut milk used in traditional culinary sets Sri Lankan cuisine apart from other traditional Asian cuisine. The very famous Sri Lankan cuisine dates back with the influence of colonists and foreign traders that came to the country many years ago. Their cuisine mostly consists of rice which is their staple food and meals that are full of spices and other tasty ingredients. Rice and curry are the well known dish for a regular meal. Rice being the staple diet, locals consume it daily, and most often, at all three meal times and both the red and white varieties are popular. Sri Lankans serve their rice with fish or meat -based dishes and other kinds of vegetable curries. There is also a famous dish known as “mallung” which are chopped leaves cooked with grated coconut meat and red onions. For special occasions, especially religious occasions, rice is boiled in thick coconut milk to make a creamy textured rice pudding called ‘kiri-bath’ of soothing delectable flavour. Sri Lankan’s spicy curries are generally consumed with the staple rice or with other bases such as ‘Hoppers’, ‘Roti’, ‘Pittu’ and ‘String Hoppers’. Meats, fish, vegetables and even eggs are prepared with local spices and coconut cream. Onions, green chillies, black pepper, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, saffron, garlic, ginger, curry leaves, herbs and nutmeg are provides the different flavours and aromas. A complete rice and curry meal, which includes a meat or fish curry, two or three different vegetable curries, dhal curry, and a ‘mallum’ made of chopped leaves and coconut, makes the most scrumptious course.
   
Do not limit yourself to refresh your minds and bodies but also your clothes. Our laundry facility would do the trick.