Hotel Cranford Villa

Address: 542 Kahagolla, Diyathalawa, Uva Province, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 542 Kahagolla, Diyathalawa.
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      Travel Blogs from Diyathalawa

      What the butler saw

      A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 10, 2015

      28 photos

      ... overnight had dropped to just 4 degrees centigrade, something he had never experienced in his life.

      Once Viji has served us tea and instructed Kingsley where to find the chauffeur's quarters he disappears into the house, leaving Coman and I sitting in the chilly air of the garden wondering what happens next. Are we going to be shown to a room, is there a check-in process, where have our bags gone, are we the only people here?

      A little exploration of ...

      Safari

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 07, 2014

      3 comments

      It involved getting to Udawalawe National Park from Nuwara Elija, a simple journey on the face of it of some 85 miles or so but no journey in Sri Lanka is simple (even if every journey is stupidly cheap). This one involved rising at 7am to buy Valium, samosas and water, and take three different buses in seemingly differing cross country directions, none of which were easy to find and all required the help of friendly locals.

      The buses ...

      Adam's Peak Pilgrimage

      A travel blog entry by nicole.lindsay on Dec 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... At the guesthouse, called Green House (and yes... The entire place is painted a horrific lime green color) we met the group of travelers that would do the pilgrimage up to Adams peak the next morning with us. Morning came quickly... We left at 3:00 am with hopes of reaching the summit in time for the sunrise. 2.5 hours of stairs (5500 and 1000 m elevation to be exact) in the darkness of night was a lovely experience. Valentin was joyful during ...

      Sri Lankan Mafia Hostel

      A travel blog entry by nicole.lindsay on Nov 27, 2014

      ... for the luxury travel option of a tuk tuk to take me to my 'hostel'. I love tuk tuks actually. He hadn't heard of my hostel... And this was not a good sign. I had the phone number so we called and arranged our journey. It was dark and raining still and we headed down the wet city roads and then down a dark turn into the jungle. Im still smiling my brazen, I've-done-this-before-smile as we head down this blackened path away from the lights and guesthouses that ...

      Narawa Eliya to Ella by train

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 23, 2014

      31 photos

      ... and forests of eucalypts. Occasionally, a large waterfall could be seen cascading down steep rock banks into the valley floor below. As we levelled out the terraced farmland and small villages reappeared. The conductor arrived and checked our tickets. Luckily, we had searched and found ours earlier. We stopped at our first station which was little more than a raised section of earth that the driver drew the 3rd class level with so the passengers could climb aboard. Setting ...