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The Last House is a chic seaside villa located on a tropical beach in Tangalle. This hotel is Geoffrey Bawa’s final example of his famous brand of architecture throughout Sri Lanka and this six-bedroomed seaside escape enjoys space, ventilation and indulgence in a private beach setting. Should you feel the need to venture out, The Last House Tangalle is also well placed for whale watching and leopard safaris in Yala. One of the most beautiful Tangalle hotels, The Last House is perfect for couples looking for a luxurious, peaceful beach house or for groups traveling together who wish to take the whole house for their holidays.

Décor throughout The Last House is largely a mix of fresh white walls and grey polished cement floors, serving as a backdrop to a mixture of antique and contemporary furniture, all adorned with bright colours. It’s an excellent choice amongst the Tangalle hotels

Private dining is available to you and can be arranged at your request in your verandah or on the beach for an intimate, romantic evening.

If your need is a luxury Ayurvedic massage in Tangalle, it can be organized too in the nearby spas for you, all blended into a unique experience designed to heal and re-balance the body making it in one of the best beach hotels in Sri Lanka.

The Last House bedrooms enjoy views of the sea or a lagoon, set in tropical gardens with a central swimming pool. In this coastal home, rooms are open, luxurious, with a quintessential Bawa touch. Most of the rooms have sea views where the Cinnamon Hill Suite in located in the upper floor in its entirety with an iron bath placed right in the middle of the bathroom.

With all the modern comforts you need, The Last House, is truly serene tropical hideaway planted beside the Indian Ocean and stands out amongst the Tangalle hotels.



The Last House provides equipment to enjoy a variety of beach games, cycling, surfing and boarding, or leisurely croquet on the lawn. For some exploration at sea, there is a small fishing-boat available for hire to take you fishing or snorkeling around the nearby bays and beaches.

Depending on your available time and inclination, we recommend using The Last House as a base to enjoy visits to the stunning wildlife and heritage along the south coast and Whale watching in Sri Lanka.

Worship & Architecture - A short trip from The Last House and Coco Tangalla are the Mulkirigala Caves boasting a remarkable temple and monastery carved out of a large and sheer rock formation in the surrounding.

The Katargama temple is worshipped by both the Buddhist and Hindu with festivities of chants and music taking place every day and thousands visiting for centuries. Also nearby, fans of Bawa’s architecture should visit Ruhuna University and Laughton House.

Wildlife & Nature - If your thing is wildlife, you can head to the Yala National Park on safari which is amongst the world’s highest concentration of leopards in Yala, or enjoy the company of large herds of elephants at Udawalawe reserve.

Whale watching Sri Lanka has become a key part of any visit to the island and trips can be organized from Mirissa only 45 minutes away from Coco Tangalla and The Last House, also for your chance to go dolphin watching Sri Lanka. Visit the Turtle hatchery Sri Lanka by night, to be enthralled as turtles arrive to lay their eggs, for incredible turtle watching in Sri Lanka.

With a large proportion of over 100 species being indigenous, the Bandula Bird Sanctuary is also a must see.

Surfing - Get your adrenaline rush by surfing it up in Hiriketiya Bay, a relatively untouched cove that boasts surf break all year and about ten minutes from our Tangalle hotels.

Further away is Mirissa, also popular amongst the surfers, for a bohemian vibe and little eateries.

The Last House actively supports the local school. If you'd like to bring school supplies on your trip, let us know and we can provide you with a list of much needed items. Thanks!