The Lavender House Villa in Sri Lanka named as one of the 20 best wild places to stay around the world


The Lavender House in Pussellawa, Sri Lanka named one of the ’20 Best Wild Places To Stay Around The World’ by “The Times”, a British daily national newspaper based in London.

Escaping from the rest of the world is easier than you’d expect. We’ve found hideaways in tucked away in the Highlands and as far north in Kangaroo Island in Australia — just be sure to keep them under wraps.

The Lavender House, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is littered with little properties for exploring nature, from jungle and beaches to green hills blanketed in tea plantations. The refurbished Lavender House is in Pussellawa — misty tea country. Each of the five rooms in the old colonial villa is decorated with antiques and looks out over a lush garden and heated pool as well as the slopes planted with tea where you can go hiking.

The Lavender House in Pussellawa is a perfectly designed English-style bungalow comes together with the charming upcountry environs to create a luxurious holiday refuge – just for you! Sitting amidst a beautiful tea plantation, The Lavender House brings you exclusive comforts infused with luxury and Sri Lankan hospitality to saturate your holiday with absolute hill country bliss! With five luxurious bedrooms designed to ensure lavish comforts and lounge spaces with a calming ambience, our hill-country abode rewrites the definition of luxury.


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