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One friend of mine decided to stay in this place, despite it's crazy overpriced, because of location. About 3 am in the night, when she was sleeping, one local guy wearing only pants get into her room with intention to sleep with her and entertain her as she was alone. He woke up my friend and she started to cry loudly, so this poor mf had nothing to do but run away. The funniest things are that this guy was a guesthouse stuff and that he get into her room using a key duplicate.
When she was leaving within few hours , the owner of Weligama bay view was swearing that this guy is gonna be fired immideately. But few days later she saw this Casanova working in this guesthouse as if nothing had happened. She just struck dumb with astonishment So there are lots of reasons to think once, twice or even three times before checking in in Weligama bay view. She doesn't use tripadvisor, so I decided to write about this disgusting accident myself. Not recommend to anybody! No service, stupid rules of the owner!
You are not allowed to spent time with your friends in the hotel. You're not allowed to open or close the front door even though you need to enter! You're under curfew! Very rude staff. If they on bad mood they shouting on guests! Closing doors after 10p. If you are not on time you'll have problems with owner. If you don't want to mar your impression of beautiful Weligama chose another hotel!
A great little hotel where it's obvious that Bertie and his hardworking team really care about making their guest feel at home. I have to echo a previous poster's comment about the discreet presence of the owner added a personal touch, and the feeling of being well looked after which you'd probably expect from a much higher budget hotel. The hotel is right on the beach, set away from the building work further down from the beach.
It's a perfect base if you surf and want a gentle beach break. You can hire boards from the back of the hotel. We were there at the very start of the busy season, so the place is generally quiet and secluded in the evenings. You can buy beer; if you want cocktails, then a couple of larger hotels are just a short walk down the beach; for more of a beach bar scene, head into Mirissa. The restaurant faces onto the beach - a relaxed place to hang out in the shade, and the setting for many a fantastic spread of Sri Lankan curries.