Hotels in HattonBack
In Hatton the air is clean, fresh and ripe for peddling or stepping out in style. Admire workers in the tea fields and sample the fruits of their labours on an informative tea factory tour. Punt on a reservoir, have a dip in an ice-cold pool or savour High Tea atop manicured lawns before a languid game of croquet. At night, slumber under plush duvets and be awakened by a morning cup of tea, or rise whilst it is still dark and take an adrenaline-fuelled hike up nearby Adam’s Peak, Sri Lanka’s sacred mountain.
Hatton is home to the Ceylon Tea Trails collection, some of the most magnificent accommodation in Sri Lanka which offers its guests the utmost in opulence and majestic views across the island’s stunning hill country. Comprised of five different planters’ bungalows built during the British colonial period, Ceylon Tea Trails offers exquisite accommodation in spectacular surroundings.
A modern tea bungalow with spectacular views
Ceylon Tea Trails is the ultimate choice for a luxury getaway. Their Castlereagh property has three types of rooms all with unique décor and offers an exquisite, personal service.
There are four categories of rooms at Dunkeld, each of which have been individually designed and furnished. Once the home of tea estate managers, the bungalow is now a splendid combination of colonial character and modern comforts.
The Norwood bungalow was originally built in 1890 and rebuilt in 1940. This has five rooms spanning three different categories for you to choose from, which are just as plush as its sister properties, and majestic views across the valley.
Summerville only has four rooms, making it a more intimate option for those who want to experience the majesty of Hatton’s hills and this lavishly luxurious accommodation option. Again, select from three room types.
Tientsin is the oldest of the range, and also has three room categories. Enjoy high tea on the lawn and stare out at the spectacular hill country panorama, or go cycling through the nearby tea plantations.