King Fern Cottage

203 / 1A St. Andrews Dr, Nuwara Eliya, 22200, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 203 / 1A St. Andrews Dr, Nuwara Eliya, is near Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Nuwara Elia and Tea Country, and Buduruwagala.
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    Travel Blogs from Nuwara Eliya

    Tea, cake and Kandy

    A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Jan 07, 2014

    29 photos

    Our last day or two in Ella consisted mostly of more walks up mini Adam's Peak followed by cake. (See, I told you that was my plan!) Every day to walk into town we'd walk along the train tracks - as the locals do. Slightly bonkers seeming at first, we soon realised this was all cool and just to keep your ears firmly open for oncoming train toots. …

    First ever cup of tea drank!!!

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Cat. We managed to all get seats on the bus to Nuwara Eliya, which could best be described as a roller coaster ride at times, speeding up for bends rather than slowing down. We got off at Mackwoods tea plantation that offered free tours, and after about a 15 min tour by one of the guides we ended up in the cafe, very simple menu of white tea, black tea and chocolate cake. The tea was free and the cake just cost 60rs we did have to wait a while to get served, probably because ...

    Ella to Nuwara Eliya

    A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... far. Our driver was fantastic and his friendly nature made the afternoon a pleasure. As the sun dropped we headed back,being in Sri Lanka's highest town was becoming evident as the wind was howling through the tuk tuks naked frame. We organised the driver to take us to Horton national park In the morning at the spritely time off 6am for the 10km circuit hike through the hills. With this all in the bag we were dropped off and had dinner at our hotel in the beautiful old dinning ...

    Safari and tea plantations

    A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Jan 01, 2014

    33 photos

    ... barefoot, and none wore hard hats or protective clothing of any sort (and coming from such a safety conscious workplace as EDF, we both found this incredible!) All wore a smile though or a shy wave. The tour finished with tea tasting, which was just as well as we were ready for a cuppa. Mr Rahja had laid out five different types of tea, all of which came from the same tea leaves, but varied in strength according to which part of the leaf it came from. ...

    No Sweet without the Sour

    A travel blog entry by oupaoumatravels on Oct 10, 2013

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... hand. I am not making this up. We scurried onto the train at Fort Colombo station with our intended destination being the seaside town of Hikkaduwa on the south west coast. Four stops later and we finally had seats, and from there on it was a relaxed and rather therapeutic ride; coconut trees, windswept beaches and lone water monitor lizards transfixed our gazes through the permanent gape of the train windows. Shortly after our arrival in Hikkaduwa, we found ourselves ...