Rates Starting from: $ 380
Region - Tea & Hill Country
City - Hatton
Boutique Hotel

Ceylon Tea Trails

What is it Really like?

In central Sri Lanka lies the Bogawantalawa Valley, known as the Golden Valley of Tea and home to old Ceylon, replete with rolling green hills, plantation bungalows, high tea and exquisite service. Here in solitude, at an elevation of 4000 feet above sea level, lies Ceylon Tea Trails, 4 classic colonial bungalows built for British tea estate managers in the days of the Raj. These sprawling single storey houses have been sympathetically restored by the owners of Dilmah Tea to offer guests the unique experience of life on a working tea estate. The Bungalows range from 4 to 6 rooms; 20 luxurious rooms and suites in all.

You set your own pace at Tea Trails.
Unwind in our beautiful gardens, visit a factory for a gentle education in the art of Ceylon Tea or spend an adventure-filled day biking,
trekking and white-water rafting. We promise you an unforgettable holiday that will rejuvenate your spirit in the heart of the magical world of Ceylon tea.


Where is it?

Ceylon Tea Trails is situated south of Hatton in the Dickoyaand Bogawantalawa region of the hill country in south-central Sri Lanka. Most guests comeby private car either as part of a bigger exploration around Sri Lanka or arranged by CeylonTea Trails. The journey time is 3 – 3 1/2 hours from Colombo, 2 hours from Kandy or 1.45 hoursfrom Nuwara Eliya.

The nearest major town is Hatton which is 20 minutes away from the nearest bungalow,Summerville, and 45 minutes from the farthest, Tientsin. There is a railway station in Hattonwith services to Colombo, Kandy and Nanu Oya (for Nuwara Eliya)

Distances Colombo Airport 160 km 4 1/2 hours, Colombo 130km 3 – 3 1/2 hours, Nuwara Eliya 48km 1.45 hours, Kandy 63 km 2 hours.

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