The location couldn’t be better, if you are seeking a quiet, out-of-the-way stay, yet in the center of it all. Heading down a narrow gravel alley, this quaint guesthouse is bright, spacious, clean and cheerful. The photos in the listing are quite accurate and reflecting the charm of this inn. My hosts were incredibly gracious and welcoming. Breakfast and tea are easy to linger over on the upstairs patio. I spent a glorious, unhurried hour up there with a book, and I could easily have dozed off that afternoon. The bedroom and bathroom are spacious and modern and clean, and the shower has good water pressure (And ample hot water.) A small wooden storage box on the bedroom wall contains a welcome addition: hot water heater for tea or coffee. Walking distance to everything you would want to see in town: the ramparts, bars, restaurants, gift shops, the temple, and the cricket stadium. About a 12-minute walk or 150r tuktuk from the train station. One minor quibble: western breakfast consisted of a whopping four pieces of white toast and two heaping bowls of marmalade and butter, together with one fried egg. I was really looking forward to a Sri Lankan breakfast, especially after smelling he host couple’s fragrant home cooking. If you are a westerner, specify a Sri Lankan option; otherwise it will probably be assumed you want a “western” breakfast. ... Just a fact, not a value judgment: The hosts’ younger child is 1 year old. His cries and shrieks may be part of your stay.