South Point Abbey’s original building was constructed during the Dutch colonial period, almost two centuries ago using coral and limestone. It has now been carefully restored to retain the old architectural features of verandahs, high ceilings, large airy rooms, all of which lets in plenty of fresh air, tropical sun and the ocean breeze. The large timber terrace upstairs furnished with comfortable recliners allows for relaxation and peaceful contemplation. The timber flooring upstairs adds to the warm ambience of this villa, whilst the aged terracotta flooring in the ground floor feels cool and relaxing to your feet. The downstairs terrace opens out to a garden filled with mangroves. There is also an infinity pool with beautiful views of the deep blue sea beyond. Families with children are welcome here. A nanny can be organised to keep the children entertained. Located next door is the South Point Villa, a sister property, owned by the same Sri Lankan family. Being in close vicinity to each other, these two villas are ideal for two families or a group of friends traveling together.