Ulagalla

This 150 year old mansion estate was once the home of a local chieftan, and sprawls across 58 acres of lush greenery consisting paddy fields, tropical woodlands and manmade lakes.

The Stone House

The Stone House gets its name from the stones it is built from. Dating back to 1940s, this colonial mansion was referred to as ‘Gal Bangalawa’ in the olden days, which aptly translates to a house built of stone.

Boulder Gardens

Boulder Gardens is situated close to the Sinharaja Rain Forest and is set against a lofty mountain in an unspoilt surrounding.

Bar Reef Resort

In the north-western Sri Lanka is the beautiful peninsula of Kalpitiya, where dolphins and whales roam in its waters and a stunning reef provides the best snorkeling experience.

Amaya Lake

The award-wining Amaya Lake is set on the tranquil banks of the magnificent Kandalama Lake in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka, close to the ancient heritage cities of the island.

Aliya Resort and Spa

Against the backdrop of the Sigiriya Rick Fortress, Aliya Resort is nestled among the lush greenery of rolling fields of the dry zone of the Central Province.

98 Acres Resort

98 Acres is set in a scenic tea estate on ninety-eight acres of land in fascinating Ella, Bandarawela.

Amaya Beach

Set amidst the beautiful shores of Pasikudah Bay, Amaya Beach Resort and Spa is the ideal hide-away in soothing tranquility.

Amanwella

Amanwella is a tranquil hideaway set in a beautiful cove on Sri Lanka’s southern coast, encompassing a peaceful crescent of coastline where nature, wellness and the surrounding community are intimately intertwined.

Amangalla

Set within the historic Galle Fort, Amangalla is imbued with the period charm of the colonial era. Built in 1860, this is not just a hotel, but a living heritage of architectural beauty of a bygone era.

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