Our home is close to the city center, yet Nuwara Eliya is not about busy city life, but about natural surroundings, comparatively fresh air in the highest altitude in Sri Lanka.
There is wooden flooring in the corridor, living & dinning room and access to a fully equipped kitchen to prepare your own meals.
Breakfast is not included in the rate, but available on request at US$ 3.00 per person.
I will be happy to answer any of your questions once you have confirmed your booking.
We are located within a walking distance from downtown Nuwara Eliya, the Gregory Lake, the Nuwara Eliya Golf Club, and located in the most comfortable and exclusive area of the city of Nuwara Eliya.
Guests would have full access to the entire apartment unless you book one or two of the three bedrooms, in which case the other bedroom/s will not be accessible to you.
However the kitchen and living areas will remain common to all in house, so please feel free to bring what you like to cook for yourselves.
Interaction with guests
I will be available during the entire length of your stay, as I live downstairs.
Other things to note
I am a member of the Nuwara Eliya Golf Club and will be happy to introduce you as my guests should you be interested in dinning there during your stay.
There is an Ayurveda Spa right across the road from our home and many other guests who have enjoyed their treatment have informed me of their complete satisfaction. A full-body treatment lasting one and half hour, costs approximately Rs 4,000.
Sri Lanka is reputed for excellent Gem stones and I will be happy to introduce you a highly reputed Gem and Jewelry store in Nuwara Eliya where the Gem stone you buy will also receive a certificate of authenticity.
Please be mindful of the wooden flooring, and we would appreciate it if no shoes are worn indoors.
Please do not smoke indoors, but please step outside if you need to smoke.
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The most interesting part of hosting guests at my home is the opportunity I get to understand more about people, their diverse cultures, interests and outlook on life. For the past decade I have been in the profession of journalism, while I began my professional life as an hotelier, starting off as a management trainee at the Royal Berkshire hotel in Ascot, London. I then worked at the Orlando Marriott World Center and retired as an hotelier following the December 2004 Tsunami having been the General Manager of Sri Lanka's most luxurious and expensive boutique hotel at the time.
I enjoy the climate in Nuwara Eliya, the comparatively fresh air, and accumulating information about anything.
Either way I do my very best towards ensuring a comfortable, pleasant and memorable stay at my home for all of my guests and my life motto is "empathize with the world through learning".