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Jetwing St Andrew's 56 rooms from $158Nuwara Eliya
Classic colonial accommodation in the heart of Sri Lankan hill country. Rooms are traditional in style with plenty of dark woods and red and green palettes - feels quite festive! Add to this open fires, a well stocked wine cellar and a billiards room and you're transported into another era.Back to Nature - Up in Sri Lanka's hill country, close to nature reserves - no need for AC hereRomantic Break - Four poster beds and classic accommodation - it is a charmingly romantic stayGreat walks - Through the Hakgala Botanical GardensFull of character
The Hill Club 39 rooms from $176Nuwara Eliya
Originally the base for plantation workers, now a charming colonial style hotel sitting above the quaint town of Nuwara Eliya. Step inside and it is as if time has stood still with chintz fabrics, antique furniture, wooden floors and open fireplaces. The perfect place to discover rural Sri Lanka.Country Escape - A colonial style country house situated in a picturesque hillstation.Great walks - Explore the surrounding countryside on long walks.Secluded setting - For escaping.Views - Great views from hotel
Heritance Tea Factory 152 rooms from $177Nuwara Eliya
A converted British tea factory this 1930s property oozes colonial charm. Classic rooms enjoy exposed beams and sweeping valley views. Enjoy a unique culinary experience at Dining on Wheels and get to work in the tea plantations. In addition there is the Misty Mountain Spa and on site activities.Foodies - The famous 'Dining on Wheels' experience is a real treat. Great for tea lovers too!Total relaxation - Tucked away in Sri Lanka's tea country this is a luxurious little retreatSpa breaks - Wellness enthusiasts will love the Misty Mountain SpaGreat walks - Through the tea plantations or Hakgala Botanical Gardens
The Grand Hotel, Nuwara Eliya 154 rooms from $186Nuwara Eliya
The mock Tudor facade tells a tale of an historic and iconic stay. Retaining the feel of an English country club with its manicured lawns, crackling fires and much used billiards room. Barnes Hall serves continental dishes whilst The Grand Indian specialises in regional. Rather good in our book.Families - An iconic family stay with plenty of on site activitiesViews - Great views from hotelTraditionalRomantic - Good for couples.