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“We stayed here for 2 nights firstly to visit the Yala National Park and secondly so as to be in a convenient place to head North to the hill country. The hotel staff were charming and very helpful and the rooms satisfactory. No English-speaking TV however. The food was European and OK taking into account that as far as we”
“This was quite a delightful surprise for a peaceful week’s stay. Although fairly empty due to the economy the hotel was a marvelously quiet retreat set in beautiful gardens with an abundance of wildlife. I shall never forget the troop of large monkeys that accompanied my morning swims in the very large pool. Staff were pleasant although not terribly efficient”
“The Peacock Hotel is one of those places that your heart goes out to; they are struggling with keeping the hotel afloat there aren’t that many visitors since the tsunami took away a chunk of sand from the ‘swimming’ beach (there is a sharp drop off now and the waves are easily always 10 to 20 feet high dangerous rip”
“We stayed at the Peacock Beach as part of the international Sri Lanka Balloon Festival tour 2008. We had heard about the devastation due to the tsunami and were impressed by the restoration that has now been completed. The rooms were simply furnished but clean and comfortable staff were eager to please good “international buffet” at mealtimes. Beautiful sea views “
“Lovely location. The hotel is quite shabby in places but when you realise the hotel was totally devastated in 2004 with terrible loss of life you just have to admire the way they are trying to get the place back together again. Go and stay there! You will love it and they need you! more “
“Hi Stayed at The Peacock Beach twice in the past and had no complaints at all. When we saw it had re-opened we added it to our trip in March. Am so glad it was only for 3 nights! If we hadn’t felt sorry for all the staff we would have moved on. We were the only guests (108 rooms);”
“We stayed at this hotel as our stay over for the Yala Safari and infact extended our stay acouple of days as we were pleasantly surprised to find it also had a nice beach stretch. While the rooms were quite comfortable the food also had a great variety. The Restaurant and bar has an amazing view of the ocean and”
“This hotel has just reopened after being closed for two years and at the time of writing it was like a building site! There is a lot of work to do on this hotel. It’s only advantages are that it’s right on the beach and only a short walk into town. The food was poor but overall the staff are”
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Sri Lanka is a land that is truly blessed by Nature. Its beauty unfolds in myriad ways and with so much to see, time is precious and getting to the Peacock Beach Hotel or nearby resorts can get a real pain. So why not take a Sri Lankan air taxi and arrive at your hotel unstressed? Internal flights in Sri Lanka operate from a dedicated domestic terminal at the Bandaranaike International Airport and fly to Colombo City (Waters Edge, Kotte), Bentota, Dickwella, Koggala, Kandy, Castlereagh, Sigiriya, Batticaloa and Trincomalee.