Barberyn Reef Ayurveda Resort

7-Night Barberyn Reef Resort Ayurveda Retreat

overview

Heal your body, mind, and spirit at Barberyn Reef Resort in Beruwala, where guests can discover the Ayurveda way of life. Ayurveda has become a household name with all those interested in "alternative medicine", one of the oldest forms of medical science. Originating 5000 years ago, it promotes a way to a healthy and long life and can complement modern medicine.
Ayurveda therapy has two main objectives: to treat the symptoms of a disease and to help individuals to strengthen their immune system. Ayurvedic medicine treats body, mind and spirit of a person as a whole entity, and this retreat works on the basis that mind and body affect each other, and together can overcome diseases.
The retreat programme includes customised Ayurvedic therapies prescribed after a consultation with the Ayurvedic physician, along with yoga, cultural activities and a specially designed meal plan. 

price per retreat

Standard Room (Single Room)

from US$1,381Enquire Now

Classic Room (Single Room)

from US$1,542Enquire Now

Garden Room (Single Room)

from US$1,696Enquire Now

Air Conditioned Room (Single Room)

from US$1,738Enquire Now

Duplex Room (Single Room)

from US$1,773Enquire Now

Beach Front Room (Single Room)

from US$1,773Enquire Now

Standard Room (Double Room)

from US$1,943Enquire Now

Classic Room (Double Room)

from US$2,088Enquire Now

Garden Room (Double Room)

from US$2,242Enquire Now

Air Conditioned Room (Double Room)

from US$2,284Enquire Now

Duplex Room (Double Room)

from US$2,326Enquire Now

Beach Front Room (Double Room)

from US$2,326Enquire Now
  • Accommodation
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Barberyn Reef has 75 rooms in six categories - Beach, Garden, Duplex, Classic, Air Conditioned, or Standard - which are furnished with hand-crafted wood items. Only a few of the rooms are air-conditioned, as natural ventilation is recommended during Ayurveda treatment.

Garden Rooms and Beach Front Rooms are clusters of rooms situated in several blocks - some are on stilts, others are located on two levels (ground floor rooms and first floor rooms).

Each room is unique with its own character and identity depending on the location and the furnishing.

Rooms have mosquito nets, attached toilets with showers or bathtubs, natural ventilation as well as electric fans and a terrace or balcony which overlooks the gardens and pool.

The dining room reflects the mood of the resort. Sri Lankan tradition requires the host to share the food of the house with the guests. The best of fresh ingredients and leafy vegetables from the resort’s gardens go into the preparation of the meals. Guests dine at "their” table each day in the large and airy dining room. Single guests can join larger groups if they wish. The dining room spills out onto the terrace for outdoor dining.

A wide range of food is served for breakfast and at the lunch buffet. Dinner is a set vegetarian meal. Kitchen and dining room work closely together to see that the guests get the food that the doctors prescribe. Each table has an individual card with directions.

The waiters will gently remind you what Ayurvedic food you should - and should not - eat. An Ayurveda physician is on hand at meal times and can advise you which specific vegetables, herbs and spices to select - and which to avoid, according to the treatment prescribed by the consulting physician.

Breakfast and lunch are buffet-style. Dinner is a set meal, served at the table. Guests also get herbal drinks and soups specially prescribed by the physicians. The menu takes account of the dietary needs of all guests. Those on a “controlled diet” are asked to avoid certain dishes. Sri Lankan delicacies are served for Sri Lankan Night each week.

Morning and afternoon tea and fruit juices are served in the dining room or at poolside.

Additionally, the second on-site beach restaurant, The Sunshine Restaurant, serves tea, light meals and fruit juices: the ideal place to enjoy fresh Sri Lankan tea or enjoy a relaxing drink as the sun goes down over the horizon.

  • Beach Activities
  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Day trips to the cave temple complex of Dambulla, Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Minneriya National Park, Ancient City of Polonnaruw, Rose Quartz mountain, Kandy and Nuwara Eliya
  • 3 meals daily and afternoon tea/ fruit juice
  • Initial Ayurveda consultation with physician and subsequent consultations
  • Ayurveda treatment as prescribed by the physician
  • Yoga
  • Lectures
  • Food demonstrations
  • Short excursions
  • Cultural / music programmes
  • Airport transfers
  • Airfare
  • Alcohol
  • Additional food and drink
  • Travel insurance

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    Find yourself and heal your body, mind, and spirit at Barberyn Reef Resort in Beruwala, where guests can discover the Ayurveda way of life. Ayurveda has become a household name with all those interested in "alternative medicine", one of the oldest forms of medical science known to man. Originating 5000 years ago, it promotes a way to a healthy and long life and can complement modern medicine. Ayurveda therapy has two main objectives: to treat the symptoms of a disease and to help individuals to strengthen their immune system. Ayurvedic medicine treats body, mind and spirit of a person as a whole entity, and this retreat works on the basis that mind and body affect each other, and together can overcome disease.

payment policy

Daily rates include full board accommodation, service charges, and government tax

location

Barberyn Reef Ayurveda Resort, 6th Lane, Beruwala, Sri Lanka

Overlooking the ocean in Beruwala, the Barberyn Reef Ayurveda Resort brings a holistic experience of Ayurveda, meditation, and yoga in the original home of Sri Lanka Ayurveda. Barberyn Reef Ayurveda Resort is located on Sri Lanka's south-west coast, 85km south from Colombo International Airport.

Barberyn Reef Ayurveda Resort, 6th Lane, Beruwala, Sri Lanka