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This is a guest house, not an hotel. We had probably the worst guest room, as they are undertaking extensions and all we had to look out on was steel and concrete, rather than the stunning views of Sri Pada. The room was a good...More
Me and my friends stayed here only for one night and it was great! Very comfortable room, clean bathroom and great breakfast!
People were super nice and it is very convenient to climb up to Adams Peak.
Also great view from the restaurant.
This is a great BnB-budget alternative when visiting Adam´s Peak: ten minutes walk to the starting point. And since many want to reach the top by sunrise: it´s nice to be close.
The actual hotel is basic but clean. And I think most of the...More
Slightly Chilled is a great base for a climb of Sri Pada (Adams Peak). It is located just over 500m from the start of your mountain climb.
The reception area and restaurant are at road level and the rooms are located beneath them. The restaurant...More
Checked into Slightly Chilled in the afternoon of 24th Dec, great staff, quick check in. The buffet dinner was excellent, lots of tasty food to choose from which was what we needed before beginning the trek.
The room was large, spacious and ensuite. Clean toilet...More
US$40 - US$69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I stayed in Nuwara Eliya to go to Hortons Plains - you want to do this early in the morning as cloud can come in over Worlds End as the day goes on and some of the walking would be pretty exposed in the heat later in the... More
I stayed in Nuwara Eliya to go to Hortons Plains - you want to do this early in the morning as cloud can come in over Worlds End as the day goes on and some of the walking would be pretty exposed in the heat later in the day.
I did this early one morning (5am start), then the next morning I travelled to Slightly Chilled in Dalhousie (as above) and the morning after (2am) I climbed Adams Peak.
The travel between is not large in distance but can still take a while. You might have time to do it the reverse way to me - Adams Peak then travel to somewhere closer to Hortons Plains and do that the following morning...hope that helps a little.