Jetwing St. Andrew'S
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJetwing St. Andrew'S Nuwara Eliya
We havn't even been here for an hour and I think it's already the best hotel of the trip so far. When we came in we were welcomed with hot soup. The whole building is an old Scottish club house. They even serve high tea here.
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... them, then we met them. The loudest bunch of people on Gods earth, a load of lads from Oman, on their way to Allah knows where. They took over the whole hotel and proceeded to eat everything provided in the buffet and more. Although they weren't aggressive, their manner was abrasive, we ate our meal and left. That night the noise from these people was loud and I don't think it stopped until after ...
... them Ella gap provided uninterrupted views to the South East, as far as the eye could see. Our rooms were one floor up providing the same vista. The bathrooms had glass walls providing a view thru the apartment and out down Ella gap. We met for drinks as the weather changed and a massive rain storm rolled in up the valley. In moments there was white out and large drops of rain hammered up the hill to blast the patio in front of us. In a few minutes it cleared and fog ...
... us with food that night as their kitchen was being used for the community, think a lot of soup is offered out for Vesak. They did however pick us up to bring us to the room, walked in and two large double beds with fluffy blankets (slightly cooler here) and fantastic views, with background music from the temple which is fairly noisy but can't complain as seems a lovely place, and believe that there is music/prayers dues to Vesak. Can't wait for a night in a double bed and fluffy ...
... the word "nachos" before (which he probably hadn't). Oh well. We enjoyed some other Western fare that was nice to have for a change.
Our guesthouse, very surprisingly, had a tennis court. We definitely were not expecting that at any point during our round-the-world adventure, so it was such a treat to borrow racquets and balls after lunch and play a set. Dennis crushed me, of course, but I played better than my usual terrible self, and it was a ...
... us a lift into town for free, I think even Kate did. With the debacle of accommodation sorted we could finally go for a walk into the hills. Of course after all this, it was afternoon so we opted for the 6km trek up little Adams Peak. Which is the other side of the Ella gap. The walk was beautiful and soon took us up through manicured tea gardens and the gentle slopes turned to stairs and with a short burst we were up the top to soak up the amazing panoramic view on ...