You'll have to travel a long distance to reach the place given its geographical location: Far from everything and everybody. But that's what you came for, isn't it? Once the entirety of the peninsula crossed, having found yourself on a topsy-turvy road during a couple of kilometres more, then turning to the right 'somewhere' on a dirt track, you'll eventually face a solid portal with the word "dolphin" written on it. At that point, it would probably be already dark, so you'll just appreciate that moment when finding this oasis of calm. The place is full of life: Crabs, lizards, frogs, buzzing material and so on and so forth, some of them finding their way into your room by chance or just because they like the buzzing material for diner actually, which you won't blame them for. Yep, mother nature is no joke to you here and you'll remember it more when visiting the whereabouts deeper and deeper which is also a significant part of the charm. Each bungalow has everything appropriate to live a decent life the time you'll stay there with a minimum of comfort: Private bathroom, net against mosquitoes, a pleasant terrace where you can read, listen to music, or, why not, profit from the excellent wifi connection (!). Harshan the owner/manager will do his best to make your enjoyable possible. Overall a very good pick. Only the bedding might benefit from being renewed/washed more often. You don't need to know the smell of the blond rastafarians' cohort who came before you, do you?