Accommodation in Sri Lanka
Accommodation in Sri Lanka
Featured hotel of the month
Anantara Peace Haven
One of the hottest glamour spots in Sri Lanka, hidden by coconut trees, along a secluded rocky outcrop, is the Anantara Peace Haven Resort.
Ulagalla Resort, a boutique hotel with a touch of traditional elegance and aristocracy, offers you a unique experience of luxury amidst a natural, remote, and uninhabited environment.
Rosyth Estate House
This small boutique hotel offers a truly relaxed atmosphere and magnificent mountain views all on its own private 64 acre working tea and rubber estate.
Ceylon Tea Trails
The world’s first tea bungalow resort, Ceylon Tea Trails is an icon for small luxury resorts. Comprising of five restored colonial era tea planter residences, the period furnishings, gracious butler service and gourmet cuisine create an ambience that has made Tea Trails the gold standard for luxury bungalows in Sri Lanka.
Wild Coast Tented Lodge
In the southeast of Sri Lanka lies the Wild Coast Tented Lodge — a haven of twenty eight cocoon-like tents placed at the edge of the jungle and beach.
Anantaya Resort & Spa – Passekudah
Situated within picturesque gardens beside one of the best stretches of beach in Passekudah, this wonderful resort is the perfect place to relax.
Jetwing Surf – Arugam Bay
Scattered between tall palms on the sands of Pottuvil, Jetwing Surf’s eco-cabanas are welcoming spaces that bring contemporary architectural innovation to classic coastal comfort.
Where trade winds carried legendary explorers like Marco Polo, Cape Weligama has become the most celebrated among Sri Lankan Beach Resorts, along this fabled island's palm fringed shores.
Amangalla – Gall Fort
Occupying a 17th-century Dutch colonial building within the ramparts of Galle’s historic fort, Amangalla is woven unmistakably into the rich tapestry of this enthralling city.
One of the most rewarding small boutique hotels in Sri Lanka, Ellerton consists of small plantation bungalows with an interesting colonial history, set high on the hills above Kandy.
Gal Oya Lodge
Positioned on the edge of the relatively untouched and least explored national park in the heart of Sri Lanka, this unique safari lodge specialises in high-end, environmentally responsible tourism.
Madulkelle Tea & Eco Lodge
Canvas just got glam at this sublime hillside, colonial-style estate surrounded by a tea plantation only 30 kilometres from Sri Lanka’s culture-rich Kandy.
Uga Bay by Uga Escapes – Passekudah
Well located for visiting historic Batticaloa and the UNESCO sites in Polannaruwa, Uga Bay commands a serene seafront setting on the east coast.
Residence by Uga Escapes – Colombo
Lying between leafy Park Street and the lakeside shrine of Gangarama, this 150 year old, eleven suite property was once a townhouse frequented by the cream of Ceylon society.
Chena Huts by Uga Escapes – Yala National Park
Intimate clearings in the jungle are the setting for Chena Huts. Bordering a saline lake with ibis and a beach where turtles lay their eggs by moonlight, the property provides accommodation for a maximum of twenty eight guests in the form of detached private cabins kitted out in rustic fashion with plunge pool and 42” LED TV
Jungle Beach by Uga Escapes – Trincomalee
Sandwiched between the Indian Ocean and a tranquil lagoon, Jungle Beach is a charming seaside hideaway set amongst 10 acres of wilderness that leads onto a remote bay, in the seaside village of Kuchchaveli, 40 minutes from Trincomalee.
Jetwing Vil Uyana – Sigiriya
Jetwing’s luxury hideaway offers peace and seclusion within the stunning environment of a pristine wetland reserve.
Water Gardens, Sigiriya
Perfectly located for exploring Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle this tranquil boutique property comprises thirty villas partially submerged in water, their diaphanous interiors bedecked with designer furniture.
What our clients say
J Armstrong - India Tour April 2019 - researching her ancestors in India
We were very pleased with the organisation of our visit to Kamptee. With such short notice, you did a great job getting the contacts with the gentleman, Father Sebasti who in turn made contact with Noel Joseph and in turn George Taj. We were thrilled that our guide Irfan and driver Mr Singh, rearranged our afternoon so that we could wait till Noel could return…