Ceylon Tea Trails Tea & Sea Offer

Spend two nights in a Garden Suite at Ceylon Tea Trails followed by three nights in an Ocean View Residence at Cape Weligama from USD 5,000 for two. The offer is inclusive of meals, drinks and transfers

Terms and conditions

  • Promotion available from 11 January to 31 October 2015
  • Subject to availability
  • Offer cannot be combined with other promotions
  • Fully inclusive basis and complementary expedition with Naturalist at Ceylon Tea Trails
  • Half board basis with a one hour Signature Massage for two at Cape Weligama
  • All taxes, service charge, laundry included at both resorts

Booking Period

11/01/2015 to 31/10/2015

Tea Trails Information

Location & Getting There

Smack in the middle of Sri Lanka's stunning Hill Country, Tea Trails bungalow resort is located a 3-4 hours drive away from Bandaranaike International Airport of Colombo.


The resort consists of 4 bungalows housing 21 rooms and suites in total. Norwood Bungalow commands fine views of the Bogawantalawa valley from its oversized suites, each with a four-poster bed and elegant bathroom. Tientsin Bungalow has rooms that open onto English gardens and boast panoramic views of the tea-carpeted mountains. Castlereagh Bungalow features rooms with open fireplaces, dining and drawing rooms that offer tantalising views across the lake. Summerville Bungalow hosts suites which open to private gardens and have access to cosy lounges, with magnificent views of the lake and tea planted mountains in a distance.


- Swimming pool
- Spa
- Library
- Sun deck
- Croquet lawn
- Tennis courts
- Dining: 1 restaurant


Guests are free to explore the life on a working tea estate, play croquet on the lawn, discover the World Heritage Horton Plains National Park, take a walk through lush tea fields and visit old tea factories to learn about the art of Ceylon Tea. Scenic hikes, mountain biking and white water rafting are other activities in which guests can engage.


Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities available.

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