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TravelPod Member ReviewsKumbukgahawatta Hotel Wadduwa
I can not recommend this hotel enough, I mainly chose it because it was close to a really great friend, but I had no idea what a hidden gem this place was going to be. It is tucked away down a small lane but once you are there, you have your own little villa that is surrounded by gardens where you can spend hours watching the birds, squirrels, roosters and their hens, and best of all the monkeys are all around you.
The staff at this hotel can't do enough for you, they are there when you need them but manage to stay out of site when you just want to sit and relax.
The breakfast is amazing and you can have it at any time you like.
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