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I stayed for a week beachside on Mirissa Beach, and then two nights at the Spice House.
I wish I’ld checked in earlier and spent less time in a beach hotel.
The staff were extremely friendly helpful and well trained.
It was like a five...More
After traveling around Sri Lanka for 8 days I ended my trip by staying six nights at this nice hotel. I'm glad I chosed to finish my trip here when the reality was even better than my already high expectations. The hotel is located a...More
My partner and I stayed in The Spice House for two nights whilst travelling around Sri Lanka. Out of all the hotels we stayed in, this was definitely one of the best.
On arrival we received a friendly welcome from Phil who provided us with...More
We have just left having spent nine wonderful days there unlike many who only spend a few days. It’s an attractive building set in beautiful grounds with many mature trees and flowering plants and the centre piece a gorgeous pool with plenty of sun beds...More
A wonderful place to stay. So peaceful, right off the main road and the grounds are delightful. The rooms are to an extremely high standard, set amongst trees and beautiful gardens and there is a lovely pool. You are made to feel like a special...More
We used the towels at the Spice Lodge for both the beach and the pool. We didn't have tea and coffee making facilities in our rooms (we had upstairs rooms in the main house), but just outside our room, in the upstairs lobby... More
We used the towels at the Spice Lodge for both the beach and the pool. We didn't have tea and coffee making facilities in our rooms (we had upstairs rooms in the main house), but just outside our room, in the upstairs lobby area, there was a tea station where we could make tea/coffee.