Who would imagine that in the middle of Sri Lanka one would find a slice of old England – packaged with the typical English weather – cold wet and miserable. My guide told me to bring warm clothes and I thought he was kidding. The guest house is a typical colonial styled accommodation and the rooms are what one would expect from a top line guest house. The staff and services were excellent. I scored breakfast and dinner 7 to 8 and were certainly adequate. My main complaint was the horrific road condition; it took 45 minutes to travel about 10km. In defence the scenery was great and travelling at jogging pace meant that one could absorb it that much better. They are upgrading the road and I would expect it will be much better in about a year from now. I would recommend staying elsewhere until the road is upgraded – especially if you have a bad back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The winding brook dances off the crystal veil of the Devon Falls and prances through perfectly manicured Tea gardens that date back to the 18th-century caressing them from above are the azure heavens that date back to the beginning of time itself… The Langdale sits proud amidst this theatre of pure indulgence. An exclusive luxury boutique space designed to inspire the senses, tickle the imagination, rejuvenate mind, body and soul. The pursuit of happiness must surely end here! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Langdale By Amaya Hotel Nuwara Eliya