Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be prepared by Roshan, unless you wish to eat out. However, on at least two days in any period of a week, you should choose between lunch and dinner at The Teak House. We have provided a menu but you can request specific dishes which Roshan may or may not have prepared before. If he has not, you may wish to give him some guidance.
If Roshan is busy, his brother, Ruane Chandana, will always run errands for you in his tuk-tuk. He will also drive you in the evenings. You must remember to ask him before he leaves work in the afternoon should you require a tuk-tuk that evening. If you do need a tuk-tuk or van for any other journey, please ask Roshan. We have a list of recommended drivers whom we have known for a very long time and do not recommend that guests use any other transport whilst they are here, save should they wish to experience the bus.
‘Tissa’ and ‘Seeni’ are the canine ‘watchers’ of The Teak House and are fully protected in terms of vaccines, worming, etc. They are thrilled to provide company, an escort to the beach and razor-sharp hearing should someone come to see you. IT IS APPARENTLY SOMETIMES TEMPTING TO TAKE PITY ON OTHER DOGS YOU MEET. IT IS ABSOLUTELY FORBIDDEN TO INTRODUCE OTHER DOGS TO THE TEAK HOUSE. ONCE HERE, THEY ARE EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO REMOVE. THEY WILL ONLY BE TOLERATED BY TISSA AND SEENI ON THE PROPERTY IF THEY HAVE BEEN BROUGHT BY A GUEST.
Wherever we are in the world, all of us have rules for our pets. The same applies to our dogs at The Teak House. They sleep on the walkway or in the kitchen and are not allowed in the living room at night. They are also never allowed in the bedrooms. Please respect these rules since not doing so will inevitably cause a problem for somebody else.
A full set of house notes are available prior to arrival and are also available to guests on arrival at The Teak House.
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Having purchased the land, as jungle, in 2003, Nicola and her husband finished The Teak House in 2004. It has been a wonderful tropical escape for the family, friends and paying guests ever since. If you really want to get away from it all, you could not ask for any more.