Quintessentially colonial, this planter’s bungalow dating back to 1926 offers guests the opportunity to explore a working tea and rubber estate, visiting the local tea factory. Following a recent refurbishment, there are now 8 rooms and suites; 2 classic rooms, 1 classic suite for families, 3 deluxe rooms and 2 plantation suites. Tranquil rooms located either in the main house or within the gardens feature fine linens, air conditioning and rain showers; the dining room serving authentic Sri Lankan cuisine, prepared with home grown and local produce. Take cooking lessons, relax by the swimming pool and sun terrace. Visit nearby Kandy and the Temple of the Tooth, take a village walk through the paddy or venture further afield to the impressive Dambulla Caves. The property also welcomes children; experience the tailor made treasure hunt - a creative journey discovering fruits and spices growing around the house.
Prices per night including half board.
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for Sri Lanka is generally between the months of May to July, high season runs from December to March. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) with some including return economy flights from London. Regional departures, child prices and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
This grand festival takes place in Kandy in late July or early August. It is a Buddhist festival with dancing and colourful elephant parades. The festival lasts for ten days, culminating in the Diya Kepeema, a cutting ceremony which takes place on the last morning of Perahera.
The best time to visit is generally from November to March when the weather is hot and at its driest, however the ancient cities are best visited from April to September. August is also a popular time to visit, and those travelling during the summer months will benefit from good hotel offers.
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