The Kandy House
The Kandy House is a 200 year old manor house near the old capital city of Kandy on a six acre estate on a forested hillside. This boutique hotel features eight comfortable and spacious rooms ideal for relaxation after visiting the temples, palaces, and fortresses in the area.
- Twice weekly feast of ten traditional Sri Lankan curries
- Surrounded by cultural and heritage sites
- Infinity pool overlooking paddy fields
- Bike rentals
LocationKandy, Sri Lanka
Best time to go
Sri Lanka has generally good weather year round but does have two monsoon seasons in two different regions. From late May to late September, the southwest lowlands and central hills are affected and from November to February, the northeast side of the island is affected. March to mid-April is generally dry throughout the country as is June to September though it is hot.
This resort is the perfect luxury base from which guests can do as they please from this unique ancestral manor house. The house provides serenity and seclusion in its lush tropical garden setting near Kandy and offers delicious Sri Lankan home cooked curries, reflexology, and more.
- Outdoor infinity pool
- Massage and Yoga (by appointment)
- DVD and small book library
- Room service
- Laundry service
The Restaurant - The only restaurant on the property serves traditional Sri Lankan delicacies fused with modern international dishes and flavours. At least twice a week, they serve their highly acclaimed feast of ten traditional Sri Lankan curries.
De Luxe - Of these five double rooms, two have twin beds and two have a shower only. The remaining three have bathtubs and king sized beds as well as antique furniture and mosquito nets.
Ultra - These rooms are larger and typically feature a veranda area for private dining, antique furniture, king sized beds, mosquito nets, and luxurious bathrooms including both bathtub and shower.
- Visiting temples
- Cycling (bikes available)
- Painting (some materials provided)
Families with children over 12 years old are welcome here. Children can stay in their own room or share with parents.