Tientsin Pool
Castlereagh Lake from Blair Atholl
Tientsin Fraser Garden suite
Tientsin Pool
Tientsin Pool
Tientsin Pool
Castlereagh Lake from Blair Atholl
Tientsin Fraser Garden suite
Tientsin Pool
Tientsin Pool
Tientsin Pool
Castlereagh Lake from Blair Atholl
Tientsin Fraser Garden suite
Tientsin Pool
Tientsin Pool
Cape Weligama

Opening July 2014

Cape Weligama is Sri Lanka’s newest luxury resort, 30 minutes east of Galle on the southern coast. It is home to a gorgeous collection of 40 free-standing villas and suites. Infinite 270-degree panoramas of the Indian Ocean and rugged coastline are celebrated from every curvaceous corner of this meticulously landscaped 12-acre property, perched on a cliff top rising up to 36m above the sea. Innovative wining and dining venues hug the lofty cape and are complemented by a spectacular 60m crescent-shaped infinity pool seamlessly merging with the ocean.

High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

Accommodation

Cape Weligama’s earthy-hued residences, nestled into the undulations of this dramatic headland, create the illusion of a traditional Sri Lankan village, yet beneath the terracotta-tiled rooftops lie stylish, contemporary interiors, generously sized between 130 and 300 square metres. Stone-encased Wattas (gardens) contain 2 or 3 freestanding villas and a 15m infinity pool. Walauwas (mansions) offer 4 generously sizes suites. All come with private butler services, bespoke dining and spa facilities. Named after eminent Ceylon explorers and writers, they are the heart and soul of the resort.

Cape Weligama

Southern Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s pristine southern coastline is a vision of pure sandy shores, rust-red cliff tops, emerald palm-sprinkled headlands and a deep sapphire ocean stretching uninterrupted all the way south to Antarctica. Centuries-old temples scenically dot the lush interior whilst architectural remnants of the colonial era are most in evidence in Galle with its majestic 400-year-old Dutch fort, a World Heritage Site. Matara also boasts colonial forts, whilst further southeast, the slender white Dondra Lighthouse, built by the British in 1890, marks the island’s southernmost tip.

Afternoon cream tea
High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

Cuisine

Exquisite, innovative cuisine makes Cape Weligama a gourmand’s paradise. Pick the day’s fresh catch from the display in the Dining Pavilion’s Pola (seafood market). Eat with your hands, Sri Lanka style, at the alfresco Kumbuk, where daily spreads showcase the island’s deliciously unique cuisine, or opt for a table at Misaki, the authentic cliff edge Japanese teppanyaki restaurant. An elegant ocean-view Living Pavilion is the venue for a traditional Ceylon High Tea, signature pre-dinner canapés and aperitifs. A cellar of fine wines from across the world complements the day’s dishes.

Cape Weligama

Ambiance

Wake to views of the sea, even from your bed, that take your breath away. Wander onto your private terrace where a freshly-pressed juice or pot of Single Origin Ceylon Tea awaits. Curl up with a novel, pen a postcard to the world you've left behind or recline atop cushioned loungers on your sun-dappled lawn. Pad barefoot along a winding pathway for a refreshing dip in your infinity pool. Order lunch. Dedicated butlers are at your beck and call. Whether you’d like to dine ‘at home’, book a dive trip or call out a spa therapist for a tea-infused massage, your butler will effortlessly make it happen.

Afternoon cream tea
High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

In room Spa

Suites and villas feature dedicated spa facilities for pampering ‘at home’. The resort’s experienced spa therapists come to you to administer time-honoured rituals, restorative massages and invigorating scrubs infused with oil-based blends of Ceylon tea – renowned for its antioxidant, anti-ageing and calming properties – and home-grown Sri Lankan spices. Succumb to a blissful massage on your veranda with the sea softly in your ears, a fragrant bath ritual in your stone bathtub or an invigorating steam treatment in your shower room.

Cape Weligama

Facilities

A breathtaking crescent-shaped infinity Moon Pool curving 60m around the cape’s summit drinks in every inch of the spectacular 270-degree coastal views. Pathways lead down to secluded cliff top lookouts for spying turtles in the crystal-clear shallows, for watching iconic stilt fishermen balancing on slender poles and whales breaching silently on the sea’s distant horizon. The generous Fun Pool is ideal for the youngest family members to let off steam. A fully equipped air-conditioned gym helps keep in shape after overindulging in the resort’s mouth-watering cuisine. VIEW RESORT MAP

Afternoon cream tea
High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

Activities

Mesmerising beaches, gentle surf and a vibrant underwater landscape sprinkled with the remnants of historic wrecks lend the southern coastline a magnetic charm. Swim and snorkel in the aquamarine sea below the resort year round, explore neighbouring coves by kayak or surf Weligama’s famed waves. The Dive Centre, staffed by European professionals, is the embarkation point for all land and water-based activities. Offering first-rate PADI dive courses and exciting dives, other activities include private cruises, big game fishing, seasonal whale and dolphin-watching trips and banana boating.

Cape Weligama

Excursions

For trips further afield, resort guides are on hand to whisk you off in private vehicles stocked with snacks and refreshments on personalised tours. Sights include Mirissa’s boat-laden harbour, Matara’s pair of crumbling forts and the historic former old town of Galle whose evocative cobbled streets encased in coral and granite walls exhibit striking ochre-coloured buildings, museums and bijou boutiques. The national parks of Yala and Uda Walawe, home to elephants, leopards, bears and rare birds, are easily accessible options for day trips.

Afternoon cream tea
Cape Weligama

Opening July 2014

Cape Weligama is Sri Lanka’s newest luxury resort, 30 minutes east of Galle on the southern coast. It is home to a gorgeous collection of 40 free-standing villas and suites. Infinite 270-degree panoramas of the Indian Ocean and rugged coastline are celebrated from every curvaceous corner of this meticulously landscaped 12-acre property, perched on a cliff top rising up to 36m above the sea. Innovative wining and dining venues hug the lofty cape and are complemented by a spectacular 60m crescent-shaped infinity pool seamlessly merging with the ocean.

Cape Weligama

Accommodation

Cape Weligama’s earthy-hued residences, nestled into the undulations of this dramatic headland, create the illusion of a traditional Sri Lankan village, yet beneath the terracotta-tiled rooftops lie stylish, contemporary interiors, generously sized between 130 and 300 square metres. Stone-encased Wattas (gardens) contain 2 or 3 freestanding villas and a 15m infinity pool. Walauwas (mansions) offer 4 generously sizes suites. All come with private butler services, bespoke dining and spa facilities. Named after eminent Ceylon explorers and writers, they are the heart and soul of the resort.

High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

Southern Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s pristine southern coastline is a vision of pure sandy shores, rust-red cliff tops, emerald palm-sprinkled headlands and a deep sapphire ocean stretching uninterrupted all the way south to Antarctica. Centuries-old temples scenically dot the lush interior whilst architectural remnants of the colonial era are most in evidence in Galle with its majestic 400-year-old Dutch fort, a World Heritage Site. Matara also boasts colonial forts, whilst further southeast, the slender white Dondra Lighthouse, built by the British in 1890, marks the island’s southernmost tip.

Afternoon cream tea
Cape Weligama

Cuisine

Exquisite, innovative cuisine makes Cape Weligama a gourmand’s paradise. Pick the day’s fresh catch from the display in the Dining Pavilion’s Pola (seafood market). Eat with your hands, Sri Lanka style, at the alfresco Kumbuk, where daily spreads showcase the island’s deliciously unique cuisine, or opt for a table at Misaki, the authentic cliff edge Japanese teppanyaki restaurant. An elegant ocean-view Living Pavilion is the venue for a traditional Ceylon High Tea, signature pre-dinner canapés and aperitifs. A cellar of fine wines from across the world complements the day’s dishes.

High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

Ambiance

Wake to views of the sea, even from your bed, that take your breath away. Wander onto your private terrace where a freshly-pressed juice or pot of Single Origin Ceylon Tea awaits. Curl up with a novel, pen a postcard to the world you've left behind or recline atop cushioned loungers on your sun-dappled lawn. Pad barefoot along a winding pathway for a refreshing dip in your infinity pool. Order lunch. Dedicated butlers are at your beck and call. Whether you’d like to dine ‘at home’, book a dive trip or call out a spa therapist for a tea-infused massage, your butler will effortlessly make it happen.

Afternoon cream tea
Cape Weligama

In room Spa

Suites and villas feature dedicated spa facilities for pampering ‘at home’. The resort’s experienced spa therapists come to you to administer time-honoured rituals, restorative massages and invigorating scrubs infused with oil-based blends of Ceylon tea – renowned for its antioxidant, anti-ageing and calming properties – and home-grown Sri Lankan spices. Succumb to a blissful massage on your veranda with the sea softly in your ears, a fragrant bath ritual in your stone bathtub or an invigorating steam treatment in your shower room.

High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

Facilities

A breathtaking crescent-shaped infinity Moon Pool curving 60m around the cape's summit drinks in every inch of the spectacular 270-degree coastal views. Pathways lead down to secluded cliff top lookouts for spying turtles in the crystal-clear shallows, for watching iconic stilt fishermen balancing on slender poles and whales breaching silently on the sea’s distant horizon. The generous Fun Pool is ideal for the youngest family members to let off steam. A fully equipped air-conditioned gym helps keep in shape after overindulging in the resort’s mouth-watering cuisine. VIEW RESORT MAP

Afternoon cream tea
Cape Weligama

Activities

Mesmerising beaches, gentle surf and a vibrant underwater landscape sprinkled with the remnants of historic wrecks lend the southern coastline a magnetic charm. Swim and snorkel in the aquamarine sea below the resort year round, explore neighbouring coves by kayak or surf Weligama’s famed waves. The Dive Centre, staffed by European professionals, is the embarkation point for all land and water-based activities. Offering first-rate PADI dive courses and exciting dives, other activities include private cruises, big game fishing, seasonal whale and dolphin-watching trips and banana boating.

High tea at Cape Weligama
Cape Weligama

Excursions

For trips further afield, resort guides are on hand to whisk you off in private vehicles stocked with snacks and refreshments on personalised tours. Sights include Mirissa's boat-laden harbour, Matara's pair of crumbling forts and the historic former old town of Galle whose evocative cobbled streets encased in coral and granite walls exhibit striking ochre-coloured buildings, museums and bijou boutiques. The national parks of Yala and Uda Walawe, home to elephants, leopards, bears and rare birds, are easily accessible options for day trips.

Afternoon cream tea
Cape Weligama

Opening July 2014

Cape Weligama is Sri Lanka’s newest luxury resort, 30 minutes east of Galle on the southern coast. It is home to a gorgeous collection of 40 free-standing villas and suites. Infinite 270-degree panoramas of the Indian Ocean and rugged coastline are celebrated from every curvaceous corner of this meticulously landscaped 12-acre property, perched on a cliff top rising up to 36m above the sea. Innovative wining and dining venues hug the lofty cape and are complemented by a spectacular 60m crescent-shaped infinity pool seamlessly merging with the ocean.

Introduction
Cape Weligama

Accommodation

Cape Weligama’s earthy-hued residences, nestled into the undulations of this dramatic headland, create the illusion of a traditional Sri Lankan village, yet beneath the terracotta-tiled rooftops lie stylish, contemporary interiors, generously sized between 130 and 300 square metres. Stone-encased Wattas (gardens) contain 2 or 3 freestanding villas and a 15m infinity pool. Walauwas (mansions) offer 4 generously sizes suites. All come with private butler services, bespoke dining and spa facilities. Named after eminent Ceylon explorers and writers, they are the heart and soul of the resort.

Accommodation
Cape Weligama

Southern Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s pristine southern coastline is a vision of pure sandy shores, rust-red cliff tops, emerald palm-sprinkled headlands and a deep sapphire ocean stretching uninterrupted all the way south to Antarctica. Centuries-old temples scenically dot the lush interior whilst architectural remnants of the colonial era are most in evidence in Galle with its majestic 400-year-old Dutch fort, a World Heritage Site. Matara also boasts colonial forts, whilst further southeast, the slender white Dondra Lighthouse, built by the British in 1890, marks the island’s southernmost tip.

Southern Sri Lanka
Cape Weligama

Cuisine

Exquisite, innovative cuisine makes Cape Weligama a gourmand’s paradise. Pick the day’s fresh catch from the display in the Dining Pavilion’s Pola (seafood market). Eat with your hands, Sri Lanka style, at the alfresco Kumbuk, where daily spreads showcase the island’s deliciously unique cuisine, or opt for a table at Misaki, the authentic cliff edge Japanese teppanyaki restaurant. An elegant ocean-view Living Pavilion is the venue for a traditional Ceylon High Tea, signature pre-dinner canapés and aperitifs. A cellar of fine wines from across the world complements the day’s dishes.

Cuisine
Cape Weligama

Ambiance

Wake to views of the sea, even from your bed, that take your breath away. Wander onto your private terrace where a freshly-pressed juice or pot of Single Origin Ceylon Tea awaits. Curl up with a novel, pen a postcard to the world you've left behind or recline atop cushioned loungers on your sun-dappled lawn. Pad barefoot along a winding pathway for a refreshing dip in your infinity pool. Order lunch. Dedicated butlers are at your beck and call. Whether you’d like to dine ‘at home’, book a dive trip or call out a spa therapist for a tea-infused massage, your butler will effortlessly make it happen.

Ambiance
Cape Weligama

In room Spa

Suites and villas feature dedicated spa facilities for pampering ‘at home’. The resort’s experienced spa therapists come to you to administer time-honoured rituals, restorative massages and invigorating scrubs infused with oil-based blends of Ceylon tea – renowned for its antioxidant, anti-ageing and calming properties – and home-grown Sri Lankan spices. Succumb to a blissful massage on your veranda with the sea softly in your ears, a fragrant bath ritual in your stone bathtub or an invigorating steam treatment in your shower room.

In room Spa
Cape Weligama

Facilities

A breathtaking crescent-shaped infinity Moon Pool curving 60m around the cape’s summit drinks in every inch of the spectacular 270-degree coastal views. Pathways lead down to secluded cliff top lookouts for spying turtles in the crystal-clear shallows, for watching iconic stilt fishermen balancing on slender poles and whales breaching silently on the sea’s distant horizon. The generous Fun Pool is ideal for the youngest family members to let off steam. A fully equipped air-conditioned gym helps keep in shape after overindulging in the resort’s mouth-watering cuisine.

Facilities
Cape Weligama

Activities

Mesmerising beaches, gentle surf and a vibrant underwater landscape sprinkled with the remnants of historic wrecks lend the southern coastline a magnetic charm. Swim and snorkel in the aquamarine sea below the resort year round, explore neighbouring coves by kayak or surf Weligama’s famed waves. The Dive Centre, staffed by European professionals, is the embarkation point for all land and water-based activities. Offering first-rate PADI dive courses and exciting dives, other activities include private cruises, big game fishing, seasonal whale and dolphin-watching trips and banana boating.

Activities
Cape Weligama

Excursions

For trips further afield, resort guides are on hand to whisk you off in private vehicles stocked with snacks and refreshments on personalised tours. Sights include Mirissa’s boat-laden harbour, Matara’s pair of crumbling forts and the historic former old town of Galle whose evocative cobbled streets encased in coral and granite walls exhibit striking ochre-coloured buildings, museums and bijou boutiques. The national parks of Yala and Uda Walawe, home to elephants, leopards, bears and rare birds, are easily accessible options for day trips.

Excursions

Cape Weligama Ltd  46/38 Nawam  Mawatha  Colombo 2  Sri Lanka  Phone +94 11 774 5700  sales.capeweligama@resplendentceylon.com
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Cape Weligama Ltd
46/38 Nawam  Mawatha  Colombo 2  Sri Lanka
Phone +94 11 774 5700
sales.capeweligama@resplendentceylon.com
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Cape Weligama Ltd  46/38 Nawam  Mawatha  Colombo 2  Sri Lanka  
Phone +94 11 774 5700  sales.capeweligama@resplendentceylon.com
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