High above the coastal plains of Sri Lanka, mountain clouds rest upon a blanket of tea plantations. It was in these very highlands where the colonial British retreated for cooler climes, and built empires from hill stations that became their adopted home. A timeless favourite has always been the city of Nuwara Eliya – a city so nostalgic, that it has since earned the nickname of ‘Little England’.

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Nuwara Eliya – Luxury Collection


Formerly home to the Managers of the Concordia Estate, this century-old bungalow is now a boutique hotel in Kandapola with four atmospheric bedrooms styled for the discerning modern traveller. Furnished with a mix of hand-sourced antique and custom-designed contemporary pieces, bedrooms have plush beds, sitting areas, private garden and estate-view terraces and ensuite bathrooms with bathtubs for warm, relaxing soaks. The three spacious Concordia Double Bedrooms, each with king-sized beds, en...


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Grand Hotel Nuwara Eliya$$$

Located in Nuwara Eliya hill station, the Grand Hotel is surrounded by fragrant tea plantations, majestic waterfalls and mist-shrouded mountains. With a history stretching back more than 100 years this four-star hotel retains the stateliness and grandeur of a colonial mansion. Elegantly furnished rooms overlook the magnificent, beautifully landscaped and award-winning gardens. A varied selection of restaurants and bars offer a wide choice of both Western and Eastern cuisine, from buffet meals...

The Grand Hotel Nuwara Eliya
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