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Reviewed 27 March 2017

A wonderful location in a lovely quite calm setting. Excellent walking from the door. There are maps of local walks - on which we did not see another person. Easy to get to Horton Plains - although I would save your money and just do the local walks. Great dinner - plenty of food and friendly and knowledgeable owner. Very comfortable bed. Do bring snacks/beer as there are NO shops nearby!

Date of stay: March 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank webberanne1
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Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

Put away your phones, there's no mobile reception or internet wifi here. Bring your book and walking shoes to enjoy the magnificent trails around. We came here to recharge after a grueling night at Adam's Peak, but we ended up doing more walking anyway. Eomal showed us a hand drawn trail to a nearby peak. The trek took us past the tea plantation workers' quarters. If we had known there were kids asking for school pens, we would have brought a carton for them before coming.

Probably would make more sense to stay 2 nights instead of 1 if you are coming here after Adam's Peak. The tuktuk ride here in the mist was really scary, but well worth it thereafter. We were off to Hortons Plains at 5.45am the next day, and were among the first few to arrive thanks to how near this place is compared to the crowds from Nuwara Eliya.

Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Joel K
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Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

I stayed here with my husband a few days ago. We arrived quite late in the evening after a very long drive, we were welcomed into Hill Safari straight away and given a lovely hot pot of tea which was very much needed! The dinner we had at Hill Safari was a delicious Sri Lankan rice and curry. Our room was very comfortable & very clean.
We were going to worlds end early the next morning so Eomal told us the best time to go and which route to take, in the morning before we left at 5.30 we had some hot tea and a packed breakfast waiting for us. Would definitely stay here again.

Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Nicola_dl_126
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Reviewed 8 March 2017 via mobile

Have Stayed here before.. This was a weekend to cool off in the relaxing hills after a heavy winter in U.K. The owner Eomal, was welcoming as always Plus caretakers Chula , Gamini , Nuwan adding to the charm of the Deluxe room I chose . The deluxe room gives you a Super view of sunrise in the morning! On a clear
day you can see Dondra head south of Sri Lanka.

Good value with Half Board!!! Train to Ohiya Railway Station and Tuk Tuk .. and solitude awaits you....

Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Shiva R
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Reviewed 4 March 2017

We have just spent 2 nights here in one of the superior rooms, which had a full length glass window and door looking out onto a beautiful view - you can see the Udawalawe reservoir way in the distance. The tuktuk drive from Ohiya railway station is an adventure in itself, as the road is very uneven - the driver certainly earned his 50p rupees.
We were greeted by the owner Eomal and his staff, all very helpful, and we sat and had a welcome cup of tea.
The room was simply furnished but modern, mossie net above the bed, extra blankets, and the shower provided plenty of hot water, which was much appreciated after a walk where we got totally drenched.
Evening meal is included in the price, and was very tasty - fish curry one night,chicken the next, with at least 4 side dishes, and plenty more if required. The owner also gave us all a glass (for free) of his homemade date wine - sweet and like port - which was delicious.
We were going to do the Worlds End walk, but the views around this place are so stunning, we decided to do a hike from the lodge to Idalgashinna railway station and back - 5 hours of beautiful varied terrain, and only saw 2 other hikers throughout!
The next morning, we did a 3 hour hike around the area, through the tea plantations and occasional workers communities, before the clouds came rolling in. Eomal kindly let us use a room when we got back, to have a shower and repack all our gear, and have yet another cup of tea, before leaving for the railway station.
You can get drinking water and order some packed lunches, but nothing else here, no Internet.
This is a wonderful place to get away from the crowds, do some great hikes, see local tea workers.

Room tip: The superior rooms have a great view, but even the economy rooms are very nice with good big shower room.
Date of stay: March 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Alba999
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