Silavathurai, Northern Province, Sri Lanka Accommodations

Accommodations in Silavathurai

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We Are Located 200m from mannar Bus Stand & 800 Meaters from the Mannar Bridge. Mannar is located on the part of the island where the weather is always warm and where you will find that peace full tropical dream holiday and to make new experience in
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Mannar Island, famous for its pearl banks had inspired Bizet's soap opera of the Pearl fishers, the only opera ever to be set in Sri Lanka.
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2br Home/Apartment
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Nilamba is run as a camp site. It has a 'Wadiya' Coconut thatched roof, with two secure rooms. It can accommodate up to 10-12 persons sleeping in open places and camp beds. all pictures are in the albums. It is on the beach, in Silavathurai, Mannar.
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The Hotel Agape Mannar is a newly built Hotel on Mannar Island. It has been thoughtfully designed for those who love to explore but still enjoy their creature comforts after a long day ! It is the first of its kind on the island
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Jomaka Guesthouse is situated on the beaches of Pesalai, a fishing village situated just 18km from the island of Mannar in the Mannar District of Sri Lanka and 22km from Talaimannar, an ideal spot for exploring the landscapes and local culture.
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Mannar Island, famous for its pearl banks had inspired Bizet's soap opera of the Pearl fishers, the only opera ever to be set in Sri Lanka.
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1br Shared Room
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  • Pets Allowed
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The Spacethe Resort its prep the road, we have fullbord price. Guest AccessDie natuerlichen Cabanas bieten reichlich Platz zum Schlafen, wir verwöhnen Sie auf Wunsch mit einem " Fullboardprogramm " Zum Strand kann man mit seiner Ausrüstung mit dem Jeep oder Quad fahren. Interaction with GuestsEvery time are 2-3 people for question there The Neighborhoodonly birds and see Getting Around2 km from the road Other Things to NoteSehr flaches Wasser, so dass es für Anfänger geradezu ideal ist, zum Kiten oder Schwimmen. (Sandboden) Der Preis beinhaltet Übernachtung mit Frühstück. The price its BB.
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3br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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  • Swimming Pool
The NeighborhoodSurrounded by water and lagoons, Mannar Island abounds with delicious prawns and the freshest of fish. The Mannar causeway across the water makes for an impressive arrival and is the longest causeway in the country. The history of Mannar is absorbing. Mannar was the centre of the Pearl Fishing industry in Ceylon from the 1st century and continued until 1906. Getting AroundTravelers can travel by Private transport or Public Transport ( Bus or Train) to Mannar Island.
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    About this listing Discover Mannar town from this old home full of character. Price is for a double room, with attached bathroom and A/C. The Space Built over 50 years ago as one of Mannar town's most prominent homes, Sam's may have lost some of it's shine, but none of it's character. A nice place this is, with a comfy room for guests, plus a garden, balcony and a kitchen for you to use. No wifi though. Interaction with Guests Sam is a very friendly pensioner who bought the house 27 years ago from the local lawyer. Full of stories about the companies he worked for and his kids who live abroad, Sam is bound to show off the picture of his granddaughters with former prime minister Tony Blair. Sam doesn't arrange meals, but there are many dining options down the road and guests are free to use the kitchen. The Neighborhood Those to search for Mannar on travel website wikitravel will find… nothing. Cool. That's a Neverbeen location for you right there. Sure, Mannar is not a reason to fly to Sri Lanka, but it sure is worth a visit if you like a trip off the beaten path. Sri Lanka's bridgehead of the Adam's Bridge, a sand bank that connects India and Sri Lanka, Mannar was accessible by foot from India until a storm washed away parts of the bank a few hundred years ago. Famous for it's mules, Baobab trees, pearl fishing and remnants of early Portuguese and Dutch occupation, Mannar offers a good mix of cultural and natural highlights to spend a good few days. Do not expect luxury tourism options though, as this region was occupied by the LTTE until 2009 has only been opened up to tourists a few years ago. So it's all yours. When we visited Mannar was going through one of the worst floods in decades. We'll never forget the sight of that village in the distance, all it's pink houses rising straight out of the water... Sam's itself is located in Mannar town, just 500 metres from the famous Baobap tree and two kilometres from the train station.
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    1br Country House
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    About this listing A quiet spot to hang out with a group and explore Mannar Island. Price is per room with attached bathroom and there are ten rooms available. The Space Lawrence's is a big place. Spread over 3 acres, it offers ten double rooms and two family rooms, each with private bathroom. There's a big, common living room, a dining area and a garden full of fruit trees. When we were there we bumped into a calf that was munching on some mangoes, we saw guineafowls and many pigeons. A nice natural feel this place has. Interaction with Guests Lawrence is a friendly 53 year-old man who lived on Mannar Island all his life. He's got four kids, whose names all start with a ‘T', so he named his place ‘ The Four Tees'. Lawrence built the place himself, after the Civil War ended in 2009 and he's hosted many tourists since. He speaks English, Tamil and some Sinhala, and he can arrange meals and transport upon request. The Neighborhood Those to search for Mannar on travel website wikitravel will find… nothing. Cool. That's a Neverbeen location for you right there. Sure, Mannar is not a reason to fly to Sri Lanka, but it sure is worth a visit if you like a trip off the beaten path. Sri Lanka's bridgehead of the Adam's Bridge, a sand bank that connects India and Sri Lanka, Mannar was accessible by foot from India until a storm washed away parts of the bank a few hundred years ago. Famous for it's mules, Baobab trees, pearl fishing and remnants of early Portuguese and Dutch occupation, Mannar offers a good mix of cultural and natural highlights to spend a good few days. Do not expect luxury tourism options though, as this region was occupied by the LTTE until 2009 has only been opened up to tourists a few years ago. So it's all yours. When we visited Mannar was going through one of the worst floods in decades. We'll never forget the sight of that village in the distance, all it's pink houses rising straight out of the water... Lawrence's villa itself is located in Thoddaveli, some 8 kilometres North of Mannar town. Mannar Lagoon, the Railway station and Keeri beach are all a short drive away.
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    This is only Hotel in Mannar District with Beautiful Beach View & Beach Breezing. Its has Neat & Clean AC & Non AC rooms with full furnished. Free Wi-Fi & Parking Available. Birds Watching Guidance provided. 3 Summer Hut, 2 Stone bench available
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    The SpaceLawrence's is a big place. Spread over 3 acres, it offers ten double rooms and two family rooms, each with private bathroom. There's a big, common living room, a dining area and a garden full of fruit trees. When we were there we bumped into a calf that was munching on some mangoes, we saw guineafowls and many pigeons. A nice natural feel this place has. Interaction with GuestsLawrence is a friendly 53 year-old man who lived on Mannar Island all his life. He's got four kids, whose names all start with a ‘T', so he named his place ‘ The Four Tees'. Lawrence built the place himself, after the Civil War ended in 2009 and he's hosted many tourists since. He speaks English, Tamil and some Sinhala, and he can arrange meals and transport upon request. The NeighborhoodThose to search for Mannar on travel website wikitravel will find… nothing. Cool. That's a Neverbeen location for you right there. Sure, Mannar is not a reason to fly to Sri Lanka, but it sure is worth a visit if you like a trip off the beaten path. Sri Lanka's bridgehead of the Adam's Bridge, a sand bank that connects India and Sri Lanka, Mannar was accessible by foot from India until a storm washed away parts of the bank a few hundred years ago. Famous for it's mules, Baobab trees, pearl fishing and remnants of early Portuguese and Dutch occupation, Mannar offers a good mix of cultural and natural highlights to spend a good few days. Do not expect luxury tourism options though, as this region was occupied by the LTTE until 2009 has only been opened up to tourists a few years ago. So it's all yours. When we visited Mannar was going through one of the worst floods in decades. We'll never forget the sight of that village in the distance, all it's pink houses rising straight out of the water... Lawrence's villa itself is located in Thoddaveli, some 8 kilometres North of Mannar town. Mannar Lagoon, the Railway station and Keeri beach are all a short drive away.
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    • Smoking Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceLawrence's is a big place. Spread over 3 acres, it offers ten double rooms and two family rooms, each with private bathroom. There's a big, common living room, a dining area and a garden full of fruit trees. When we were there we bumped into a calf that was munching on some mangoes, we saw guineafowls and many pigeons. A nice natural feel this place has. Interaction with GuestsLawrence is a friendly 53 year-old man who lived on Mannar Island all his life. He's got four kids, whose names all start with a ‘T', so he named his place ‘ The Four Tees'. Lawrence built the place himself, after the Civil War ended in 2009 and he's hosted many tourists since. He speaks English, Tamil and some Sinhala, and he can arrange meals and transport upon request. The NeighborhoodThose to search for Mannar on travel website wikitravel will find… nothing. Cool. That's a Neverbeen location for you right there. Sure, Mannar is not a reason to fly to Sri Lanka, but it sure is worth a visit if you like a trip off the beaten path. Sri Lanka's bridgehead of the Adam's Bridge, a sand bank that connects India and Sri Lanka, Mannar was accessible by foot from India until a storm washed away parts of the bank a few hundred years ago. Famous for it's mules, Baobab trees, pearl fishing and remnants of early Portuguese and Dutch occupation, Mannar offers a good mix of cultural and natural highlights to spend a good few days. Do not expect luxury tourism options though, as this region was occupied by the LTTE until 2009 has only been opened up to tourists a few years ago. So it's all yours. When we visited Mannar was going through one of the worst floods in decades. We'll never forget the sight of that village in the distance, all it's pink houses rising straight out of the water... Lawrence's villa itself is located in Thoddaveli, some 8 kilometres North of Mannar town. Mannar Lagoon, the Railway station and Keeri beach are all a short drive away.
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    • Smoking Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceBuilt over 50 years ago as one of Mannar town’s most prominent homes, Sam’s may have lost some of it’s shine, but none of it’s character. A nice place this is, with a comfy room for guests, plus a garden, balcony and a kitchen for you to use. No wifi though. Interaction with GuestsSam is a very friendly pensioner who bought the house 27 years ago from the local lawyer. Full of stories about the companies he worked for and his kids who live abroad, Sam is bound to show off the picture of his granddaughters with former prime minister Tony Blair. Sam doesn’t arrange meals, but there are many dining options down the road and guests are free to use the kitchen. The NeighborhoodThose to search for Mannar on travel website wikitravel will find… nothing. Cool. That's a Neverbeen location for you right there. Sure, Mannar is not a reason to fly to Sri Lanka, but it sure is worth a visit if you like a trip off the beaten path. Sri Lanka's bridgehead of the Adam's Bridge, a sand bank that connects India and Sri Lanka, Mannar was accessible by foot from India until a storm washed away parts of the bank a few hundred years ago. Famous for it's mules, Baobab trees, pearl fishing and remnants of early Portuguese and Dutch occupation, Mannar offers a good mix of cultural and natural highlights to spend a good few days. Do not expect luxury tourism options though, as this region was occupied by the LTTE until 2009 has only been opened up to tourists a few years ago. So it's all yours. When we visited Mannar was going through one of the worst floods in decades. We'll never forget the sight of that village in the distance, all it's pink houses rising straight out of the water... Sam's itself is located in Mannar town, just 500 metres from the famous Baobap tree and two kilometres from the train station.
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    • Smoking Allowed
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    The SpaceLawrence’s is a big place. Spread over 3 acres, it offers ten double rooms and two family rooms, each with private bathroom. There’s a big, common living room, a dining area and a garden full of fruit trees. When we were there we bumped into a calf that was munching on some mangoes, we saw guineafowls and many pigeons. A nice natural feel this place has. Interaction with GuestsLawrence is a friendly 53 year-old man who lived on Mannar Island all his life. He’s got four kids, whose names all start with a ‘T’, so he named his place ‘ The Four Tees’. Lawrence built the place himself, after the Civil War ended in 2009 and he’s hosted many tourists since. He speaks English, Tamil and some Sinhala, and he can arrange meals and transport upon request. The NeighborhoodThose to search for Mannar on travel website wikitravel will find… nothing. Cool. That's a Neverbeen location for you right there. Sure, Mannar is not a reason to fly to Sri Lanka, but it sure is worth a visit if you like a trip off the beaten path. Sri Lanka's bridgehead of the Adam's Bridge, a sand bank that connects India and Sri Lanka, Mannar was accessible by foot from India until a storm washed away parts of the bank a few hundred years ago. Famous for it's mules, Baobab trees, pearl fishing and remnants of early Portuguese and Dutch occupation, Mannar offers a good mix of cultural and natural highlights to spend a good few days. Do not expect luxury tourism options though, as this region was occupied by the LTTE until 2009 has only been opened up to tourists a few years ago. So it's all yours. When we visited Mannar was going through one of the worst floods in decades. We'll never forget the sight of that village in the distance, all it's pink houses rising straight out of the water... Lawrence's villa itself is located in Thoddaveli, some 8 kilometres North of Mannar town. Mannar Lagoon, the Railway station and Keeri beach are all a short drive away.
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    1br Resort
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    • Swimming Pool
    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Enjoy your visit to Mannar with a stay at Guest at Mannar. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 7 AM and 9:30 AM.
    hotel
    hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Enjoy your visit to Mannar with a stay at Guest at Mannar. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 7 AM and 9:30 AM.