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The grand ornate front doors of 48 Lighthouse Street, one of many fine properties in Galle Fort, open to reveal a cavernous and magnificent interior of marbled floors, majestic arches and spacious verandahs designed to provide exceptional living and a retreat from the heat, hustle and bustle of Galle Fort.
The property is well suited for groups or large families, given the living space on offer made up of a formal living room, an elegant library, a private bar, a covered roof terrace and an exquisite outdoor garden pavilion. These spaces are beautifully thought out and airy, open to the outdoors, with soaring ceilings, original antique doors and windows, cool terrazzo floors, sumptuous furnishing and stunning contemporary art.
48 Lighthouse Street is better suited for families with older children, a small group or friends travelling together. Four bedrooms comprising of two double King Suites, one Twin Room and a Queen Room can accommodate a total of eight adults.
48 Lighthouse Street has fully air conditioned rooms equipped with fans and all modern amenities like satellite TV, luxury bath toiletries, DVD player, books and board games. You can choose to cook your own meals in the fully equipped kitchen, or let the in-house cook prepare the meals for you. Discuss your meal preferences ahead of time.
48 Lighthouse Street is in the heart of Galle Fort. About 2.5 hours from Colombo’s international airport or take an air taxi. If you are heading into the hills, we offer competitive rates on a sea plane service from Koggala to Hatton.
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