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Nirmala Villa is an Eco and Ayurveda hotel located in a charming, natural environment full of lush green trees, kinds of flowers with clean fresh air, quiet, tranquility, sweetness of birds singing & moderate climate in Habaraduwa of Galle district 120 km down the south coast from Colombo, commercial capital of Sri Lanka.

Nirmala Villa consists of quaint features such as the large wooden gate with a majestic boulder wall which is like an ancient fort surrounding the villa / the comfortable nicely furnished & rather dark rooms that are suitable for eco hotel / the different comfortable room with an attached roofless area that is open to nature covering with sliding glass door / the upstairs luxury apartment with traditional wood carvings & large balconies / the restaurant that looks like an ancient boulder terrace & is near the swimming pool nestled beneath some endemic trees in Sri Lanka / the roofless Ayurvedic spa mingling with nature which was made of clay & boulder walls nestled beneath the trees etc. The important thing of the villa’s land is when you enter the land you will feel strange & mysterious mingling with the charming nature which is swamped by quietness.

As an Eco hotel we are committed to provide the guests fruit & vegetable that are grown without chemicals by us and provide the guests the herbs that we pluck from our own herbage & are grown without chemicals for Ayurvedic treatments.

As well as we are committed to provide the 5 star service and make a positive contribution to meet our guests’ needs, through cost competitive quality products and services, also to the growth and development of the company we recognize that our greatest resource to be our employees and are committed to provide a friendly working environment to encourage their personal involvement and development.

We, at Nirmala Villa, are committed to protect and conserve our present and future environment, both internal and external, in our routine activities, as an operator in the Eco Tourism industry in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka.

The National Environmental Act No.47 of 1980 along with all regulations thereon will be complied.