A British era built Tea plantation bungalow in Nuwara Eliya

A British era built Tea plantation bungalow in Nuwara Eliya

A British era built Tea plantation bungalow in Nuwara Eliya

Joining its boutique hotels in Kandy, Manor House Concepts presents Taylors Hill where style and modernised comfort blend effortlessly with the sense of the important history and legacy of tea in Ceylon.

The house, built by a British planter over 100 years ago is distinctive amongst luxury hotels in Kandy, its decor is sumptuous and stylish, combining comfort and originality with up-country cosines making it an ideal Sri Lanka honeymoon hotel.

This family friendly Kandy hotel is in the setting of an active and picturesque estate, serviced by the country's first and longest tea factory and attributes its name to James Taylor who introduced commercial tea production into Ceylon, operating at neighbouring Loolecondera estate.

For hotels in Kandy, Taylors Hill Kandy provides an ideal base to explore the sites in and around the area, including The Temple of the Tooth and Botanical Gardens at Peredeniya as well as the country's primary Ceylon Tea Museum.