For those of you who have stayed with us in Kerala, India since 2010 you’ll know we go the extra mile to make your stay great. For those of you who haven’t stayed with us check our Trip Advisor Reviews for Sri Lanka from those who’ve come before you.
Are we a surf & yoga retreat?
We hope you know that we’ll deliver a stay which is informal enough for you to feel relaxed and at home but with enough organisation and structure to provide as much or as little for you to do as you fancy. That’s why we tend not to call ourselves a surf & yoga retreat, despite that being the current zeitgeist. We’ve been honing our skills at this kind of thing for years in Kerala in Sri Lanka and on Pop-Ups around the world. And most people seem to like it.
We’re not able to open right now, but if you want to secure your spot for when we do we’re offering up some holiday vouchers . We’ll keep you posted as soon we’re able to welcome guests back to us.
Bringing The Kids?
We very much welcome families coming to stay with us and do what we can to make it affordable and workable with the kids. But we have to be realistic too, we’ve got a small number of rooms so we need to get income from them when they’re being used. So if we can add extra beds or a cot to your room we can keep things very reasonable, if the kids need their own room we have to charge the normal rate.
We’re not allowed to recommend or offer baby-sitting or childcare as a service because our UK insurers advise us not to as the local mums from the village aren’t qualified, registered or insured. But we can introduce you to some of the Sri Lankan ladies from the local village that look after Ed & Sofie’s baby and our friends kids and if you feel comfortable you can arrange child-care, whilst you surf or practice yoga, directly with them at very reasonable rates.
We love the kids to join in with whatever we can reasonably allow them to do. Surfing is an inherently dangerous activity so we have to have some limitations. Talk to the yoga teacher when you arrive if you’d like your kids to try yoga. It has the be at the yoga teachers discretion and not to the detriment of our other yogis experience. There’s plenty of other stuff we can fully allow the kids to get involved with.