The dining room was the second-most important room in the Victorian house. The walls were often the focal point of the dining room and very ornately decorated, making dining in Kandy a truly surreal experience.
This large room of this Kandy boutique hotel is beautifully fitted out with brass overhead diffused lighting. The cut and polished original cement floors are buffed to perfection. The overall décor of the dining hall is understated compared to many Victorian dining halls. This is due to the stunning views available from the large windows that frame one wall of the dining area.
Be it High Tea or an Englishman’s dinner of steak and potato; explore a banquet that will dazzle your taste buds.
The most widely consumed beverage in the world, after water, is tea. This herbal drink has been known to have great health benefits. These benefits can now be enjoyed not only by drinking the hot or cold beverage, but even while relaxing in a posh urban resort setting.
The hill capital of Kandy lies in the middle of towering hills and circled by Sri Lanka’s largest river, the Mahaweli Ganga. The town’s cool and pleasant climate, its picturesque locality and its rich history has made it a favourite visit for travellers.
There are also many other exciting excursions in Kandy, which is only 15 minutes’ drive away from their Kandy Bungalow, that you don’t want to miss:
• Visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic
• The Kandy Perehara, one of the finest cultural festivals in Asia
• Peradeniya’s Botanical Gardens
• Golf at Victoria’s scenic Golf & Country Club
• Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage
• Trekking in the magnificent Knuckles mountain range
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