Lansiya has a leisurely feel and offers privacy, good food and service and a magnificent outlook across a rocky headland overlooking two of the south-coast's most secluded bays. It does not strive for opulence at all costs, but refurbishments have remained true to its traditional features to give a real taste of living in the tropics. Lansiya consists of two houses: Lansiya Hill, a one-bedroom villa at the top of the garden and Lansiya House, a more spacious three-bedroom house that is well-suited for a family or friends travelling together. Interiors are vibrant with sandstone coloured walls, turquoise doors and windows and local art and sculptures, and furniture is a blend of Dutch-period antiques and comfortable sofas. There are several verandas and lounging spaces on which to relax and beautiful gardens, occasionally visited by squirrels, peacocks and iguanas and a variety of birds. One or two tree frogs seem to prefer the villa itself. The gardens lead down to the secluded Seenimodera bay which is safe for swimming during December to April. The villa has two pet dogs. Lansiya can accommodate up to eight guests and the two houses can be booked exclusively or by two parties at one time.