Hello, my name is Ramesh and I'd like to welcome you to
IEWguesthouse & bistro @ goyambokka
an eco friendly accommodation
A Village Stay Near the Beach
Goyambokka Beach is only a 5 minute walk along a village road and there you can swim and sunbake surrounded by coconut palm trees. There are also huts on the beach offering sunbeds with umbrellas and a good food and drink selection, including fresh seafood from our own local fishing market. They even catch fresh fish right in front of the huts.
You can view the sunrise from the beach or take a romantic moonlight stroll.
I can arrange day trips or longer for you as well as local tuk tuks to go into town and elsewhere.
My guesthouse offers you air-con and non air-con rooms, a living room and a kitchen to cook if you wish, maybe using fresh produce and seafood from the local markets. As well as the complimentary breakfast, I can provide lunch and dinner - all traditional and western home cooked meals.
There’s a good fibre wifi connection, ceiling fans, hot water as well as off-street parking.
The guesthouse is in a garden setting, visited by many birds including peacocks. Monkeys come through the trees and sometimes mongoose will appear as they hunt in the undergrowth.
I look forward to meeting you.
Please contact me if you have any queries or would like to book tours in advance. Otherwise, just make up your mind when you arrive.
Hello. My name is Ramesh
and I'd like to welcome you to
Goyambokka View Guesthouse.
To book an air-con or non air-con room please email me at email@example.com using the contact form at the bottom of the page or ring me on
+94 77 431 6116
Daily Housekeeping Off street parking
with our rain and tropical weather, well, everything grows ....and quickly
breakfast is complimentary
your choice of either traditional sri lankan or fruit, eggs and toast, tea and coffee, freshly squeezed fruit juice from what’s in season
traditional rice and curry with sambals and papadams
(this is my aunty cooking)
sea food and vegetables fresh from the local
markets or maybe a seafood BBQ or traditional
rice and curry with sambals and papadams
cook your own
get the freshest ingredients from our markets
seafood, vegetables, salads, spices
maybe cooking classes
would you like to learn how to cook traditional curry dishes?
use our own freshly ground spices or maybe get some from the markets
we’ll show you step-by-step how to get that great Sri Lankan flavour
THINGS YOU MIGHT LIKE TO SEE & DO
I can arrange everything including transport
Blowhole 15 kms
Hummanaya Blowhole is the only known blowhole in Sri Lanka and it is considered
to be the second largest blowhole in the world.
Mulkirigala Temple 18 kms
The Rock of Mulkirigala rises about 676 feet from the surrounding land mass. Mulkirigala temple is also considered to be one of the 64 temples constructed by King Kawantissa and was called 'Muhudu Gira' back in the 3rd Century BC.
Surf 15 kms
Free surf or any number of surf schools for beginners through to wave acrobats, hiring surfboards if needed. Uncrowded line-ups, consistent swells, pumping waves.
Kayaking 5 kms
Tangalle lagoon is great for kayaking with the lagoon stretching south ending in a
smaller marsh. This part of the lagoon is quieter than the main body and offers a more intimate experience.
Safari 90 kms
Elephants and leopards. Udawalawe and Yala National Parks are two major national parks nearby.
Birds 25 kms
Kalamatiya on the southern coast is well known as a bird sanctuary recording many species of birds, of which 54 are migratory, offering a biologically rich and ecologically diverse experience to the serious bird watcher and curious traveller.
Yoga 30 kms
The Ashram provides the platform to uplift people’s inner mental development and spiritual growth by the techniques of Modern pschology, Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity, to give harmony of mind through spiritual retreats, meditation, yoga and Ayurveda treatments in different levels.
Fishing Port 10 mins
The Tangalle Fishing Port is where we buy all of our seafood daily, whatever is in season, fresh each morning before dawn only a couple of kilometres away.
Massage 5 mins
Experience a relaxing full body massage using traditional techniques in a palm frond hut in the quiet shade of the coconut palms.
Buddhist Temples 20 kms
Dickwella is the location of Sri Lanka's largest seated Buddha statue which is 160ft tall. The Wewurukannala temple, a destination for pilgrims built on a hill on eight acres, is divided into three parts, the oldest of which dates back to the 18th-century.
Whales and Dolphins 50 kms
Over a dozen species of dolphins live in the waters of Sri Lanka and there are ten species of whale in the Sri Lankan waters, some of whom are transient.
Sea Turtles 14 kms
Nearby is Sri Lanka's pioneering sea turtle conservation project operated by local people with the help of international volunteers.
Waterfalls 150 kms
Sri Lanka, for its size, has the largest number of waterfalls of any country in the world, listing over 465 waterfalls. Ella has 25 large waterfalls which are in the jungle & by the road, many cascading down into rocky pools, some of which you can swim in.
Markets 10 mins
The Tangalle markets specialise in farm and home grown produce. This is where local farmers and householders bring wheelbarrows and carts filled with vegetables, fruit, herbs and spices and where local Sri Lankans make their daily purchases.
Diving and Snorkelling 80 kms
Sri Lanka is well known for its scuba diving and snorkelling sites all over the world. The diving site is near Galle and the beach and night life makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Sri Lanka.
Tea Factory 80 kms
The estate is 200 acres and omprises 150 acres of tea. The tea estate is the only Sri Lankan estate closest to the sea helping to create the uniqueness of the teas from the soils and climate.
Fishing 2 kms
Go fishing on a local boat and experience why Tangalle supplies fish to the rest of the island. You'll catch fish you've never seen before plus a few that may be familiar.