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VILLA DE ZOYSA

Yoga White House

SRI LANKA - SRI LANKA, GALLE, BOOSA

Treat yourself to a yoga holiday. Relax and rejuvenate in the third generation ancestral home, at Villa de Zoysa, Sri Lanka. This magnificent villa was built by a wealthy aristocrat, who made his fortune in the early part of the last century. With acres of coconut palm trees, and contemporary British architecture, the property retained in the de Zoysa family ever since it was built in 1927, is unique on the coastline. This property is unmatched in the south of Sri Lanka. It has been aesthetically maintained, with its large collection of original antiques and art and crafts, polished hardwood beams and plenty of open courtyards, terraces and passageways for you to relax in.The villa has the unmistakable, intimate atmosphere of a large colonial home, with the resident owner hosting your stay.

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SPIRIT to discover
DEVINDA DE ZOYSA
STYLE to experience
ANCESTRIAL HOME & YOGA ABODE

VILLA DE ZOYSA

SRI LANKA, GALLE, BOOSA

Yoga White House

Boossa School was established in 1906 by a well known philanthropist, grandfather of Devinda de Zoysa. Boosa school currently has 150 students, from ages 6 to 17 of mix gender.

Photo: Zuzana Zwiebel

STYLE to experience

ANCESTRIAL HOME & YOGA ABODE

We, at the Villa de Zoysa - 'White House' supports and sustain many programs at the local school. Boossa School was established in 1906 by a well known philanthropist, grandfather of Devinda de Zoysa. Boosa school currently has 150 students, from ages 6 to 17 of mix gender.

Social Responsibility

Villa de Zoysa supports and sustain many programs at the local school. From organic farming, computer & environmental studies, to feeding the poorest 100 children, we remain committed to our social responsibility. The guests are most welcome to visit the school, chat to the students, teachers and see yourself how we help our local community.

LOCAL SUPLIERS: When ever available, we purchase our vegetables and fruits from the local school garden, financially sustaining various children's programs,such as a mid day meal. From organically grown rocket, mixed and corn salad leaves to fruits such as mangoes, pineapple and bananas are purchased on the day of preparation, making a steady supply of fresh veggies and fruits to your plates. While ensuring that some of the vegetables are grown organically, at times few varieties needing a balance supply of nutrients may be subjected to non organic fertilizer although it is very minimal.

For more information: CARELANKA FOUNDATION, SCHOOLAID-SRILANKA, PICASAWEB, FACEBOOK.

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