Margosa Villa Jaffna

The Margosa Villa Jaffna

The warm hospitality offered at Margosa Bongo Stay in Jaffna is in keeping with the climate. A stay at Margosa Villa in Chunnakam (Jaffna district) brings you close to the Kadurugoda Temple. Margosa Villa is conveniently located in the popular Erlalai South area. Safe online booking of The Margosa Villa by Bongo stay, Jaffna. View all hotels in Jaffna District.

The Margosa Villa - B&B for rent in Jaffna, Northern Province, Sri Lanka

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Accommodation in Jaffna:

Villa Margosa, Jaffna District, Sri Lanka

Villa Margosa is situated in the Jaffna district. Excellent services and a large selection of amenities ensure that you can make a complaint for free during your time at Villa Margosa. Reception is available around the clock, from check-in to check-out, or if you need help.

If you want more, do not hesistate to ask the reception, we are always prepared to receive you. Enjoy your favourite meals with The Margosa Villa's exclusive kitchens. Villa Margosa is the right place to spend the night.


Jaffa's tourist community is not yet fully developed, which means that the accommodations are not too many. Fitting Margosa in Chunnakam, Jaffna is an exclusive, renovated manor house from the nineteenth century, about 9 km from the capital, and possibly one of the few upper class hostels in the north. There are 6 rooms, all air-conditioned and fitted with TV and private bathroom.

They are very nice, larger than the rooms themselves, with an outdoor rain water showers and a small patio in the centre. It' s quite classy and yet somehow down-to-earth, which we really enjoy. Normally I'm not an A/C enthusiast either, but it's heavenly in the searing Jaffna hot.

Facilities & facilities The guesthouse itself follows the tradition ally drawn up on one hectare of acres. It has a small patio with the original fountain, surrounding the dinning area, which is then enclosed by the rooms. It is open and breezy, has a comfortable, old-fashioned atmosphere and at the same time retains a stylish, contemporary aura.

Home-cook cooks both traditional and mainland dishes, although Jaffna cooking is a must. Enjoying their home-cooked meals, the Thurse and Hopper came with steamed dishes of curried chickens, Dal and veg. I would suggest you make a half-board offer here - have your breakfasts and then go on your adventure in the Jaffna area, then come back for a good showers and a good one.

This is what you would normally find in a small, renovated manor house property. Jaffna's personnel are very courteous and a little coy. The Jaffna is one of the places you need to get warm and dirty to really appreciate them. In the end, a nice and heavenly place with rain water showers and air conditioning.

The Margosa meets all fundamental luxurious requirements while retaining a certain Nordic earthiness. The majority of guests in the hotels seem to be on full parcels, where everything is in order, which is less aching.

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