Reef is a truly spectacular and luxurious villa, set in three acres of exotic tropical gardens with palm fringed pavilions and reflection pools that create the romance and grandeur of Sri Lanka. With the shimmering Indian Ocean as its backdrop, golden sands and a tranquil beach accompany you as you arrive at this idyllic beach resort.
To maintain the romance and privacy, Reef offers just seven unique and exclusive palatial suites.
The seven elegant suites are immense and feature unique antique romantic four-poster canopied beds together with soaring ceilings lined with Kerala terracotta tiles that give a feeling of relaxed grandeur. The furniture is a combination of original Campaign antique pieces and beautifully crafted items based on furniture as used by members of the East India Company.
The highly decorated antique Calcutta four poster beds were constructed for the British Raj and their families from the 1840’s and together with the antique electric fans and ceiling fixed punkah fans, enhance the fabulous Colonial style.
The contemporary Bharat hand crafted coloured floor tiles, replicating the famous encaustic tiles, invented by 12th Century monks, are the legacy of the magnificent decorative floors which were so popular in the Colonies from the end of the nineteenth century. They are beautiful and cool underfoot.
There are soft 400 hundred thread count cotton sheets and pillow cases, lightweight cotton dressing gowns, the fluffiest of towels and complimentary slippers.
The bathrooms are is incomparable; they feature a fabulous free-standing, hand carved granite bath tub, twin carved granite vanity basins a gorgeous rain shower with polished granite shower screen – testament of fine Indian craftsmanship and also feature an immense and stunning Venetian style mirror.
In the bathroom you will find a selection from an exquisite array of beauty products by Kama Ayurveda of India guaranteed to pamper your body.
The suites have various spacious shaded verandas for private dining and relaxation, perfect for a well deserved sun downer. The suites are named after the famed water flowers of Sri Lanka.
The private and intimate Reefresh Spa set within the tropical gardens of Reef offers aromatic exotic treatments using natural products performed by the resident therapist. Treatments range from unique detoxifying clay cocoons, body wraps, and herbal salt scrubs to massages with hand blended essential oils in pure sweet almond oil. After your massage relax in a herbal oil floral bath in the tropical planted courtyard in the deepest of deep hand made granite bath.
The Add-On Reef Babymoon Package includes :
Have that decadent fling, and spend some time together before the stork arrives and indulge in our Babymoon Package. The Add-On Reef Babymoon Package includes :
♥ Complimentary 30 Minutes Express Facial for the Mum to Be♥ Complimentary 40 minutes Massage for Father to Be
♥ One (1) BabyMoon KeepsakeTAG for mom-to-be *
* will be send to your home address before your babymoon getaway
The Add-On Babymoon Package is available with a minimum of 3 nights. Accommodations excluded.
The sun kissed island of Sri Lanka lies in the Indian Ocean, to the southwest of the Bay of Bengal and to the southeast of the Arabian Sea. It is separated from the Indian subcontinent by the Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Strait. Reef is located in the small unspoilt seaside hamlet of Wadduwa on the south west coast of Sri Lanka.
Babymooners travelling by air, should fly to Sri Lanka’s only international airport Bandaranaike International airport.
A well serviced airport with a host of airlines flying from Europe, Asia and the Indian Subcontinent.
Airportcode = CMB
Babymooners travelling by rail can take regular trains that run to and from Colombo. Reef is five minutes from Wadduwa railway station. Reef is just a 40 minutes drive south of Colombo and approximately 90 minutes drive from Bandaranaike International airport, on the main Colombo Galle road.
For more information on the island of Sri Lanka you can visit the following website :
The Official website of Sri Lanka Tourism http://www.srilanka.travel/