Nagenahira Beach Villa, Nilaveli

Double Room

Double Room

These rooms are perfect for people who spend little time in their rooms. It comprises of twin beds and has no verandah or views. The rooms also comprise of a host of basic amenities and a large bathroom with open to sky showers.

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Garden View Villa Room

Garden View Villa Room

Overlooking the garden area, the room is located closer to the dining area of the villa. The unit is adorned in muted greys and aqua while room amenities include a queen sized bed, easy chairs to relax in, a large bathroom with a rain shower and a verandah with easy chairs.

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Studio Villa Rooms

Studio Villa Rooms

One of the Studio Villa rooms is the honeymoon suite of the Beach Villa and comprises of a queen size bed adorned with bright silk bed throws and cushions, twin showers, twin basins and a large dressing room. There is also a large terrace area with planters� chairs for guests to relax in the night. The other studio room consists of twin beds brightly coloured handloom bed throws and cushions as well as a large terrace.

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About Nagenahira Beach Villa, Nilaveli

Located in Nilaveli which is home to some of the world's most beautiful beaches, the Nagenahira Beach Villa offers the perfect holiday ambience to those seeking privacy and nature at the same time. Located a short walk away from the beach, the villa consists of a range of living spaces which promises a relaxed holiday. From a friendly team of hotel personnel to delicious mouth-watering meals prepared fresh on a daily basis, guests are in for a memorable treat when holidaying at the Nagenahira Beach Villa.

Location of Nagenahira Beach Villa, Nilaveli

The Nagenahira Beach Villa is located in Nilaveli which is quaint little village that is found about 20km towards the North of Trincomalee along the North Eastern coastal belt of Sri Lanka. Nilaveli is known to have some of the finest beaches in the island and you can enjoy miles of golden sand and clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean during your stay. Nilaveli is accessible by road while there are regular train services available to Trincomalee. Transportation can be arranged from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake upon your request.

Accommodation at Nagenahira Beach Villa, Nilaveli

There are a range of room categories that you can choose from at the Nagenahira Beach Villa. Categories include ocean villa rooms, family suite, studio villa room, garden villa room and the standard double room. All rooms are adorned with standard in-room features including a large bathroom and rain shower. Some rooms consist of verandahs with planters' chairs and a terrace area while you can enjoy a cup of tea while taking in the view. All rooms are decorated in either handloom Sri Lankan fabrics or silks while they have the option of air-conditioning and ceiling fans.

Facilities at Nagenahira Beach Villa, Nilaveli

Catering to a niche market where you can enjoy a good glass of wine and a read a book quietly on the beach, the Nagenahira Beach Villa in Nilaveli boasts of a chilled out ambience. There are five full time staff members who are there to assist you during your stay. The beach villa also consists of a large thatched roof dining area that goes well with the peaceful vibe while you can enjoy some of the best local home cooked meals sourced fresh on a daily basis. The sea food dishes are always something to look forward to. Wi-Fi is available at the main areas of the hotel while the beach is a short walk away.

Excursions and Day Tours from Nagenahira Beach Villa, Nilaveli 

One of the first things that tourists should do when holidaying at Nilaveli is to enjoy a trip to Pigeon Island. You can enjoy a walk up to the beach and get on a boat and head to the island where you can snorkel amidst beautiful corals and fish. If you are adventurous, you can also swim with the Black Tip Reef Sharks which are found outside of the island. You can rent out fins and snorkels through the villa. Whale and dolphin watching tours, fishing / trolling tours and golfing can be arranged upon request. Places of interest include the Hot Water Springs, Fort Frederick, Lovers Leap, the Koneshwaram Temple and the British War Cemetery. There are a number of ancient temples that can be visited if you have the time.

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About Trincomalee District

Trincomalee is a port city on the east coast of Sri Lanka. The Bay of Trincomalee's harbour is renowned for its large size and security; unlike every other in the Indian Sea, it is accessible to all types of craft in all weathers. The beaches are used for surfingscuba divingfishing and whale watching. The city also has the largest Dutch fort in Sri Lanka. It is home to major Sri Lankan naval bases and a Sri Lankan Air Force base.

Most of the Tamils and Sinhalese believe that this place is sacred to them and they are the indigenous people of the area. Trincomalee and its environs have both Hindu and Buddhist sites of historical importance. These sites are sacred to the Hindus and Buddhists.

About Eastern Province

The Eastern Province is one of the 9 provinces of Sri Lanka. The provinces have existed since the 19th century but they didn't have any legal status until 1987 when the 13th Amendment to the 1978 Constitution of Sri Lanka established provincial councils. Between 1988 and 2006 the province was temporarily merged with the Northern Province to form the North-East Province. The capital of the province is Trincomalee. The Eastern province's population was 1,460,939 in 2007. The province is the most diverse in Sri Lanka, both ethnically and religiously.

Eastern province has an area of 9,996 square kilometers (3,859.5 sq mi).The province is surrounded by the Northern Province to the north, the Bay of Bengal to the east, the Southern Province to the south, and the UvaCentral and North Central provinces to the west. The province's coast is dominated by lagoons, the largest being Batticaloa lagoon, Kokkilai lagoon, Upaar Lagoon and Ullackalie Lagoon.