Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka
Sit atop Sri Lanka’s western hill country and take in the unmatched panoramic splendour of emerald tea bushes at Camellia Hills. The hotel prides itself as a member of the prestigious Sri Lankan Collection, representing the country’s finest hotels.
The property has only five exclusive rooms; three Lakeview Bedrooms and two Camellia Bedrooms with a suspended balcony each for guests to revel in nature’s brilliance while enjoying privacy and comfort. The modern rooms offer traditional local touches with walnut wood floors and sleek teak furniture.
There’s also a 10-metre infinity pool set amidst lush gardens, a picturesque dining area, and a lounge with an open fireplace.
On-site activities include guided tea estate walks, village and tea factory visits, nature trails, and a visit to a leopard research station.
Camellia Hills Information
- Location & Getting There
Nestled amongst the tea plantations, the charming Camellia Hills is an hour away from provinces of Dickoya and Hatton and a longer journey of four and a half hours from Bandaranaike and Ratmalana Airports, all by car.
Enjoy grand exclusivity in one of Camellia Hills’ five rooms as you overlook a mirror-still reservoir spanning five kilometres and the surrounding lush hills. There are three Lakeview Bedrooms and two Camellia Bedrooms flaunting stunning country views. In each room, there is an open lounge with a fireplace, a private terrace, a 10-metre infinity swimming pool and both indoor and outdoor dining options.
- 1 restaurant serving international cuisine
There is nothing greater than to chase your tea dream when you reside high above in Sri Lanka’s western hill country. The hotel offers an array of tea-related activities, ranging from exploring tea estates to learning about tea production at a local tea factory. Beyond Sri Lankan tea trails, you can work your fitness climbing Adam’s Peak, or immerse in local culture at a local Hindu kovil.
Children are allowed although activities and facilities are more suitable for grown-ups.