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Luxury Holiday Tours in Sri Lanka

Luxury Tour in Sri Lanka

This island in the Indian Ocean is a lively and vibrant nation. It's rich with natural wonders and wildlife. We have compiled a list of recommendations for luxury tailor-made holidays in Sri Lanka, starting with the colonial Tea Country or Cultural Triangle within the country's interior to the golden sands along the coast and the abundant national parks that are home to some the most beautiful birding and wildlife in Asia.

Sri Lanka, God's country, is a combination of beautiful man-made and natural beauty. Sri Lanka was once known as Ceylon. Its small size is indicative of the vast variety and activities available. We recommend Sri Lanka holiday packages for everyone. A wildlife holiday will take visitors through the dense jungles at Yala (or Kumana National Park), home to shy leopards, wild elephants, and some sightings that rival those in South Africa. You can relax on the sandy beaches of the southwest coast with the boutique hotels. You can also explore the monasteries and temples to the north, populated by saffron-clad monks. The cool, misty hills in the hill country are dotted with bright saris pickeders and contoured with verdant green tea for a luxurious alternative luxury honeymoon. The 17th-century Dutch walled town of Galle is known as the St. Tropez in Asia. A slower pace of life can be found in the bustling city of Colombo which boasts world-class dining and vibrant art scenes.

Sri Lanka's small island offers so many options that it is an excellent destination for families seeking a luxury adventure with their whole family. If you are looking for a cultural getaway, our Sri Lanka tours will seamlessly combine colonial history and the legacy of Geoffrey Bawa the Sri Lankan architect, with the ancient cities of Polonnaruwa Dambulla, Anuradhapura, and Anuradhapura – all of which form Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle - the old capital, Kandy, and the hill station Nuwara Eliya. There are many holiday options available in this country, which is located on the India Subcontinent. These range from family-friendly holidays to adventurous trips for solo travellers and couples to luxury honeymoons in top-rated hotels.

Sri Lankans have a warm, friendly and welcoming culture. Sri Lankan travel is simple and easy. Luxury holidays to Sri Lanka offer the opportunity to visit the countryside, see tea pickers in action, spend the afternoon at a Buddhist temple, or enjoy seafood on the romantic south beaches.

Talk to our experts today if you have any questions about Sri Lanka and would like to create your perfect luxury holiday in this charming destination.

Top locations of luxury tours in Sri Lanka

Ulagalla Anuradhapura

This sophisticated hotel is arguably the most desirable property in Anuradhapura. It consists of 25 villas spread around 60 acres of lush paddy fields and natural Sri Lankan jungle. Peacocks roam the streets and exotic flowers line the paths.

As soon as you arrive at this oasis, you'll feel relieved from the bustle at Cultural Triangle sites. You will be greeted at the entrance by fragrant frangipani and lily pads. This tranquil atmosphere is enhanced by the 'welcome ritual' that involves lighting a traditional candle, and ringing an old bell. The lobby's simple, yet elegant architecture and interiors are true to the 150-year-old 'Wallawwa (Sri Lankan manor home) design. It features dark wood details, colonial furniture, and locally-inspired artwork.

The villas have an elegant, understated design that highlights the lush jungle outside. They are designed to maximize the beauty of their surroundings and feature floor-to ceiling windows. Wrap around terraces offer breathtaking views and blend indoors and outdoor. Each villa has a comfortable living space and a marble bathroom. The inviting plunge pool is a stunning turquoise contrast against the bright green foliage. Number one is our favorite villa because it has the best view of sunset.

If you prefer to explore the vast grounds on your own, complimentary bicycles can be rented. A golf-buggy is also available to transport you anywhere within the resort in just minutes. You can also cycle to the nearby villages with a local guide if you feel like exploring further afield.

This luxury hotel is well-known for its large swimming pool, which is surrounded by beautiful plants and sun loungers. You will also find a fitness center and a relaxing spa here. There is also an organic garden that guests can use to take cooking classes. Ulagalla's delicious menu on the first floor overlooks the gardens and pool, which is where we enjoy dining with other well-heeled guests. You can also opt for room service at your villa if you prefer privacy. You can also opt for an al fresco dining experience, whether it's in the middle of a paddyfield, at the edge of the lake, or under a banyan tree canopy lit by candles.

Ulagalla offers a wide range of activities, including horse riding, archery and kayaking on the lake. There are also guided nature walks and cookery lessons. Because of its prime location, it's an ideal base to explore Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle. It is less than 30km from Anuradhapura or Mihintale, and about an hour and a quarter from Dambulla.

Maniumpathy Colombo

Maniumpathy is a popular boutique hotel in Sri Lanka. It is situated in a prime location in the leafy Colombo7 district. This beautiful property is a great place to rest in the busy city. Its tranquil location, friendly atmosphere, and small size make it an ideal choice.Originally a manor house built by a doctor from Jaffna, this hotel dates back to 1906 and comprises of just eight individually-designed rooms. The spacious, light-filled building has been expanded without compromising its elegant period features. We're pleased to report that its colonial charm still prevails despite the modern interior design.

Each suite is elegantly furnished with king-size beds, beautiful wooden furnishings, and delicate floral prints. Each suite includes luxurious amenities, spacious bathrooms and some have private gardens. We love Ranee and Cynthia suites, which have generous balconies overlooking the central court. This is where you will find the inviting pool. It is a wonderful spot to relax after a day of sightseeing.

As the service is excellent, you can expect to be taken care of here. Friendly staff are always available to assist and the hotel even offers personalized butler service. Nandi Terrace Restaurant has a wonderful menu. Try the egg hoppers and simple curry and rice. You can enjoy international and local cuisine with a hint Jaffna flavor on the veranda. Or, perhaps, in The Grand Ebony room, which is available for private dining or fine dining.

Maniumpathy's central location makes it easy to find chic boutiques, restaurants, national monuments, and art galleries all within walking distance. Plus, there is the Royal Colombo Golf Club just opposite. Although this boutique hotel caters to families, there is a suitable room with a mezzanine for children and three rooms that can accommodate an additional bed. We believe this peaceful property is best suited for people who do not have children.

Fort Bazaar Galle

Fort Bazaar is a boutique hotel that is located within Galle Fort, a 17th-century UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's centered around a traditional courtyard. This property was created by Teardrop hotels, who are also responsible for the acclaimed Wallawwa.The 18 brightly lit rooms and suites feature modern amenities like Wi-Fi and air conditioning, as well as white-tiled en–suites. They strike the perfect balance of contemporary and classically elegant, ensuring Galle remains a prominent feature. The hotel's design is a reflection of this mix of cultural influences. The building was beautifully restored to its glory in 17th-century form and furnished with elegant and subtle Middle Eastern touches that reflect the fort’s Moorish past.

Church Street Social, a lively restaurant and bar, serves delicious Sri Lankan and Middle Eastern cuisines. This is true to Galle’s past as a major spice trading hub. The spot is popular with day-trippers, locals, and guests alike. The courtyard's interior is lit up with candles and it looks like something from Arabian Nights at night. It is a great way to unwind after a hard day of sightseeing. We recommend a couple of drinks! You can relax with a glass of wine or a massage at the Z Spa on-site.

Fort Bazaar is a great addition to the Galle restaurant and hotel scene. We believe it preserves the coast city's rich heritage while also offering a competitive price. You can easily access many key sites in the city from Fort Bazaar's prime location on Church Street. Our favourites include the Dutch Fort and the famous lighthouse. The hotel is only 10 minutes from the nearest beaches. The staff at the hotel are helpful and friendly. They can provide transfer services to and from various sites, making it as easy and seamless as possible.

Amanwella Tangalle

Amanwella is among Ampersand's top 10 beach hotels and top 10 Aman resorts in Asia. It also boasts one of our Top 10 Swimming pools.Amanwella is located on the Sri Lanka picturesque south coast, near the fishing village Tangalle. It's nestled in a mature coconut tree with a view of a crescent-shaped sandy beach.

Amanwella is a contemporary beach hotel that features 30 suites. Each suite has its own plunge pool and terrace. Each suite is identical in design and layout. They can be either pool or ocean-facing, depending on where they are located. Contemporary and oriental, the suites have muted tones that reflect the beach setting. They also blend local styles and materials like the unique terracotta roof tiles or hand-built stonewalls. The suites are designed to allow for seamless indoor/outdoor living. They open on both sides to let in the cool sea breezes. The entrance has a walled-in pool and courtyard. On the other side of the suites, floor-to-ceiling glass and latticed panels open onto a large terrace with a double sunlounger, an alfresco dining area, and views across the bay.

Geoffrey Bawa, Sri Lanka's most prominent modern architect, inspired the hotel's design. The arrival pavilion, a colonnaded open-air structure overlooking a grassy courtyard and reflecting pool around the library, is the inspiration for the hotel's design. The Lounge Bar and Restaurant are elegant spaces that are located on either side the library. They are open on all sides and offer spectacular views of the bay below. The restaurant is open every day and serves delicious Asian, Mediterranean and Mediterranean cuisines. Fresh seafood is a key ingredient. Relaxed Lounge Bar offers a variety of drinks, snacks, and a selection of cigars. It is a great spot for sundowners. The unique 47-metre long infinity pool is accessible from the terrace located outside of these two dining venues. It also offers spectacular views of the beach, coconut grove and ocean beyond. The Pool Terrace is a great place to dine alfresco during the day. The Beach Club is located at the western end of the beach. It's an open pavilion with wooden deck that can be used for lounging or informal dining.

Amanwella is a peaceful place for total relaxation.

The Wallawwa

The Wallawwa, a luxury private hideaway in a remote location, is just 15 minutes from Colombo Airport. It is the perfect stopover to start or end a holiday.The award-winning, 18-bedroom country hotel features a central courtyard pool. It has spacious interiors with columned walkways and neutral colors. The hotel provides a tranquil oasis for the tired traveller after a long day or two of sightseeing.

These rooms and suites combine the old and the new. They are reminiscent of an 18th-century manor house, with their elegant interiors, four poster beds, and antique features like vintage phones. However, they have been infused with modern comforts such as flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. There are four room categories: Wallawwa Bedroom (with a single unit), Wallawwa Garden Suite, Family Suite, Family Suite, and Mountbatten Suite. These rooms are large and have retro-chic decor. They also feature four poster beds, high ceilings, and four-poster beds. The Garden Suite includes a private patio, while the Family Suite features two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a private terrace. The Mountbatten Suite, which has two bedrooms and a separate living area, a walk-in closet, private terrace, and a plunge pool, is the most luxurious. It is easy to settle in because the decor is consistent across all rooms.The Verandah, the resort's restaurant, serves a la carte Asian Fusion Cuisine at tables overlooking the 200-year-old tropical gardens. Many of the ingredients used in these dishes are local and are often grown in the resort's garden.Z Spa, a resort addition, offers treatments for pre- and post flight relaxation. It also has a selection of traditional spa treatments such as Asian massages, scrubs, and wraps. You can also relax in the pool, which is covered by palms and has comfortable lounge chairs.

The Wallawwa is a great place to visit. Negombo offers many day trips, including visits to the Dutch fort, Catholic churches, lively fish markets, and a mangrove-fringed lagoon. There are also old Dutch canals that can be accessed by kayak or boat. C Olombo is also close by, offering high-end shopping and dining as well as contemporary art galleries. Walking around the city's fort and bustling Pettah bazaar district is a great way to explore it. You can shop here at the end of your vacation, so you can take it with you to the airport. After a long day of shopping, you will likely buy a few items and can then return to The Wallawwa.

Thotalagala Haputale

It is worth mentioning the historical significance of Thotalagala. This bungalow was one of the most impressive 19th-century tea planters' bungalows in Sri Lanka. The boutique hotel is located in a collection tea estates that produce some of the best teas in the country. This 145-year-old house is now a luxury hotel that offers a glimpse of tea estate life. The Thotalagala experience pays homage to its colonial past.

The hotel has seven rooms, three junior suites, and four suites. These themed suites were inspired by famous personalities like Sir Thomas Lipton, Major Rogers and James Taylor, who have shaped the history of Uva, the most important tea-growing regions on the island. Each room is beautifully decorated and comes with all the amenities of a 5-star hotel. We recommend the suites to take a relaxing soak in the deep, freestanding baths.

Thotalagala is a great place to eat. There's a communal dining area in the old dining room. However, guests can enjoy al fresco dining at the boutique hotel. You can also arrange a Champagne breakfast on Lipton's chair or High Tea at the Dambatenne bungalow next door. A shared infinity pool overlooks the breathtaking Haputale escarpment is also available at the hotel.

Thotalagala can be found 20 minutes from Haputale. It is ideal for hiking, trekking, and bird watching. It is a popular hike that takes you from Haputale to Lipton's Seat. Although it is a strenuous hike, it can be very rewarding. The footprints guide to Sri Lanka states that the Dambatenne road allows you to see half of Sri Lanka (the South and East), making it feel like you're floating high up in the clouds. Horton Plains is a popular spot for hiking in Sri Lanka. It's also just an hour away. There are many beautiful walking and hiking routes. The Pitarathmalie forest preserve, a dense forest that is designated as a bird sanctuary and Thangamalai bird sanctuary under Adisham monastery, is also nearby.

Galoya Eco Lodge

The beautiful Gal Oya Lodge is located just outside the remote Gal Oya National Park. This eco-luxe retreat, which offers adventure and comfort in 20 acres of pure wilderness is our favorite property. It was opened in 2014 and has maintained an exclusive feel ever since.

This elegantly designed hotel was the first to be built in the southern-eastern part of the island. It blends seamlessly into the natural surroundings thanks to its stunning thatched architecture. The vast, open-air lobby is sure to grab your attention upon arrival. It leads to the communal open-air restaurant and then continues to the grounds, where you will find the 10 spacious villas. These villas are reached by lantern-lit pathways and have their own private verandas. Each one has been carefully designed with wood-panelling and large floor to ceiling glass windows that blend indoors and outdoor, so you can truly feel at home in the natural world.

This interior design is simple and stylish. A neutral color palette creates a relaxing effect while vibrant cushions add colour. There are luxurious touches, including four-poster beds with crisp white linens and al fresco bathrooms with softly white towels. These luxurious en-suites offer a wonderful experience. They feature charming design elements such as elephant-shaped taps, and old Sri Lankan rice cleaning dishes for sinks. The ceiling fans are very effective and provide excellent cooling.

Gal Oya Lodge's charming swimming pool is another highlight. It glows a vibrant turquoise color in the day, contrasting nicely with the green verdant landscape. At night it glows invitingly reflecting the flickering lights of the lodge on its surface. This is the perfect spot for a refreshing swim or just to relax while taking in the stunning views of the surrounding mountains. We recommend that you take a seat in the lobby-lounge and enjoy a drink (perhaps an arrack sour), under the shade of the thatched canopy before moving on to the restaurant for delicious local and international food. For breakfast, order the egg hoppers! ).

The lodge's namesake, the magnificent Gal Oya National Park near, is a must-see with its large lake surrounded by swimming elephants. You can explore the park by boat, but jungle drives, mountain biking, and nature walks are also available. Join a Vedha chief, the head of the tribe of indigenous forest dwellers, for a walk through jungle to get insights into his medicinal plant use and the lifestyle of his hunter-gatherer ancestors. You can hike up the monkey mountain to enjoy spectacular views. But be aware that this is more of an adventure than a climb.

This property is sure to make your stay memorable. We believe it's ideal for those who enjoy being in the wild and appreciate being fully immersed in nature. We believe that the lack of Wi-Fi here forces you to disconnect and reconnect with your surroundings. This is what makes this property so beautiful.

Rock Villa Bentota

Rock Villa is part of the Taru Villas Collection. It is a 170-year-old Walauwa ancestral heritage villa set in 2.5 acres of tropical gardens, mangroves, and just a few steps from the stunning golden beaches of Bentota. This property is ideal for families or groups seeking exclusivity and an intimate experience.

The main villa boasts six large ensuite bedrooms, an outdoor pool, sitting room and TV lounge. There is also a dining room, sitting area, TV lounge, dining pavilion, veranda, lobby, and TV lounge. A separate Pool Villa is located on the estate and has two bedrooms, two bathrooms as well as two living rooms and a dining pavilion. It also has an office, a private pool, and a bathroom. This villa is ideal for multi-generational group trips, as it offers plenty of space and layout options.

While the villa's style is rooted in its heritage, it features antique ornamental features, Ceylon textiles and art work, while keeping the decor contemporary and light. The colonial-era colours and dark wooden furniture are well matched by the wall paintings. White washed walls and high ceilings in the large rooms and walkways complement the decor. Rock Villa exudes sophistication and charm. You can't help feeling completely relaxed.

It is surrounded by garden and sun loungers. The pool extends to 50 feet. You will find many quiet spots to relax with a book or enjoy an afternoon siesta. Although the villa is only a short distance from the beachfront, it is worth noting that there is a railway line between the villa's shore and the ocean. This is quite common in Bentota. It causes little disturbance and, if anything, gives the villa more character.

Full board is included when you book the villa. There will also be a great in-house chef who will cook all meals. The chef will create carefully planned menus for your group. Of course, you can make changes to suit your preferences. The menu features traditional Sri Lankan cuisine, including delicious curries and freshly grilled seafood. You can eat in the dining room or pavilion. Or, you can dine under the stars. Every day a new menu is presented. All ingredients are sourced locally to guarantee the best quality food.

Kalundewa Retreat

Kalundewa Retreat, a hidden gem in the cultural triangle, is a peaceful hideaway in the lush landscapes at Dambulla in central Sri Lanka. The Kalundewa Retreat offers complete seclusion and serenity. It is surrounded by stunning mountain views, paddy fields, and woodlands.

The resort has eight different room types. Each one is named after the trees on the property. You will find a spacious and light room, no matter what category you choose. There are floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap around the rooms and wooden floors that blend into the natural environment. Because the rooms are simple, the focus is on the views. The neutral colours and natural materials used in the furniture perfectly complement and blend with the surroundings.

The retreat is committed to maintaining its ecological balance and providing local food for the community. The fruit and vegetable gardens are a source of local ingredients that not only enhance the guest's dining experience but also benefit the local village and farming community. Ulpatha, which is a natural spring located at the resort, provides a refreshing swimming area. Over 50% of the electricity is generated by solar panels.

The Tree House Restaurant is the restaurant. It has paddy fields and a lake, making it a beautiful setting for relaxing after a long day. The retreat offers a unique dining experience. Guests can tour the vegetable gardens and help choose the ingredients. To enjoy the natural atmosphere and hand-crafted food, guests can choose where they want to dine. You can eat at the restaurant, or you can dine al fresco on the lake's edge or under the stars in a paddy fields or on a floating raft.

Kalundewa Retreat offers many activities. Kalundewa Retreat boasts a prime spot for bird watching. There are also many scenic hiking trails that will allow you to really immerse yourself in the natural world. You can also learn yoga and meditation from the Yogi or take guided tours of local villages, cycle tours, or Sri Lankan cooking classes.

This elegant and simple retreat is tranquil and a great place to unwind and recharge in the embrace of nature.

Heritance Kandalama

Geoffrey Bawa, Sri Lanka's most prominent architect designed this iconic hotel. The structure stands tall against the granite cliffs, seemingly merging with the jungle. The hotel's modern hard lines are softened by its integration with the natural environment, but it still has all the modern comforts. The hotel is situated on the shores of an ancient, man-made lake. You can enjoy stunning views for miles and even out to Sigiriya rock in the distance.

There are eight categories of rooms available at Heritance Kandalama. Each category has something for everyone. There are two wings to the hotel, with different views depending on which one you choose. Dambulla Wing faces towards Sigiriya Rock or Dambulla Rock. Sigiriya Wing faces towards its namesake. For the best views and wide balconies, we recommend upgrading to the Suite category or opting for Panoramic Rooms. The decor in all rooms is the same, with wood furniture, rich earth tones in textiles, soft furnishings and wood panelling. The interiors blend well with the jungle surroundings and allow one to feel at home with all the comforts of home.

You have a wide range of dining options at Kanchana, from western and international cuisine to fine dining fusion at Kaludiya's a la carte restaurant. The Kanchana Lounge & Bar offers light bites, cocktails, and Cafe Kachchan is located at the forest's edge. You can also arrange private on-site dining such as picnics in paddy field or candle-lit dinners inside caves. This truly makes the most of this amazing location.

Three swimming pools are available at Heritance Kandalama. The Kachchan Infinity Pool is a stunning example of Geoffrey Bawa's ingenious design. Kaludiya Pool means "black water" as the pool bottom is made of dark bedrock. Rashmi Pool means "ray of sunshine" and it is located at the west end of Dambulla Wing. It catches the sun's rays, making it a great place to take a dip in the evening. These pools take advantage of the hotel's natural surroundings and locality. Charming features include the roof garden and terraces that run throughout the hotel. There is also a spa on site which offers everything from ancient Ayurvedic treatments to Swedish aromatherapy massages.

This hotel is centrally located in the Cultural Triangle. It provides the ideal base for exploring the area's ancient cities, palaces, and temples at a relaxed pace.

Jim’s Farm Villa

Jim's Farm Villas, a boutique hotel located on 50 acres of organic farmland and surrounded by landscaped gardens and palm trees, is home to three luxury properties. You can book them individually or as a package.Jim's Farm Villas are located 30 minutes north of Kandy, close to Sri Lanka's top UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This is the perfect base for visiting the surrounding parks and temples. The property is completely surrounded by nature and guests can enjoy their time at the pool or taking part in cooking classes.

The property has 14 rooms in three categories: Mango Villa and Spice Garden Villa. Hilltop Villa also has 14 rooms. The main building is Mango Villa, which houses the spa, restaurant and outdoor terrace. The Mango Villa and Spice Villa rooms are extremely spacious, and can be equipped with extra beds. This makes them ideal for young families. The Hilltop Villa is ideal for private use. It can be booked as a private villa, or for families and groups. It features five bedrooms, an open-plan living space and dining area with library. There is also a poolside veranda, and a cabana that can be used for private barbecues.

Beautifully appointed villas blend seamlessly with the surrounding environment, radiating an atmosphere of serenity and ease. Traditionally decorated bedrooms include en suite bathrooms that have solar-powered hot water and air conditioning. The best of Sri Lankan craftsmanship is displayed in the vaulted wooden ceilings, lime plaster walls, and handcrafted teak and rattan furnishings.

Local chefs prepare authentic local dishes throughout the day to suit all tastes and requirements. The main menu features Sri Lankan dishes, but you can also choose from western cuisines. Breakfast can be enjoyed by guests on their own, but dinner is shared with others around the table at the veranda. Sometimes the owner of the villa will join the guests. On request, private dining can be organized in the room or outdoors.

You will find excellent yoga facilities on site, including a yoga pavilion, equipment and experienced instructors. The resort offers yoga retreat packages for both beginners and advanced students. You can also enjoy some treatments at the resort's Bamboo Spa as part of your yoga package. A wide range of Ayurvedic treatments are offered at the spa. These traditional methods aim to promote good health by balancing mind, body, and spirit.

Jim's Farm Villas is named after Kevin, the father of the owner. Kevin dedicated the farm in his father's honor. Jim, a long-time farmer in Suffolk, inspired Kevin to start his own organic farm in Sri Lanka. Learn about local agriculture, and see how Kevin sustainably grows his produce. You can learn about coconut farming and see the nuts being picked (every six week). They grow coconut palms and banana palms, mango, papaya and black pepper trees, cinnamon, coffee, and cocoa. This creates a beautiful environment with stunning views.

Summerville Bungalow

Summerville Bungalow is among the five historic tea planter homes in Sri Lanka's Ceylon Tea Region. Ceylon Tea Trails Sri Lanka's original Relais & Chateaux resort, consists of this collection of bungalows.

Summerville is perched high above the tea plantations, with spectacular views of the water and the mountains beyond. With its beautiful parquet floors, open fireplaces and exquisite parquet floors, the bungalow evokes the colonial style of the area. The bungalow has five guest rooms, a drawing room, a dining room, and summerhouses. There is also a terrace on which you can enjoy high tea or pre-dinner drinks while the sun sets over the water.

The property's atmosphere is tranquil. Its style is one of understated elegance and homey comforts.

Each of the five bedrooms is unique in terms of size, view and decor. They are named after tea planters who once lived there. You will find a beautiful backdrop in any room, whether it is a lake, reservoir, or garden. Each room has a bath with a walk-in shower and one twin room, The Middleton Luxury Room. The Shuttleworth Master Suite, which has its own living room, and three of the rooms have their own gardens. The in-room decor is exquisite with four poster beds, elegant drapes, comfortable armchairs, and woven rugs on polished hardwood floors. There are also antique details such as lamps and artwork. The large, wood-panelled windows allow for lots of natural light and can be opened wide to let in the outside world.

A large, outdoor swimming pool is available with lounge chairs and a view of the lake. This makes it a great place to unwind after a long day exploring the valley. For those who are more active, lawn games can be arranged. There are many activities available for days, including guided walks through the tea plantations, factory and nature walks to spot birds and trails. The property also offers cooking classes and cream teas in the afternoon. This is a great excuse to try the local tea leaves. The dinner menu features four courses of delicious Sri Lankan cuisine, all prepared using ingredients from the gardens. All menus are paired with wine.

Summerville Bungalow is a great place to start exploring the Ceylon Tea Region. Other properties include Dunkeld Bungalow and Norwood Bungalow. Castlereagh Bungalow and Tientsin Bungalow. Summerville, Dunkeld, and Castlereagh Bungalows overlook Castlereagh Lake. Norwood Bungalow can be found to the south, and Tientsin Bungalow can be found in the valley to the east. Each bungalow has its own chef, butler and house staff. However, each bungalow is unique in its location, layout, and design. Relais & Chateaux properties offer first-class service. We recommend spending a few nights in each bungalow.

Summerville has individual accommodations or you can book the whole bungalow for a group. This allows you to experience the intimate atmosphere of Summerville.

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