Kumbukgahawatta Hotel

Address: Mahavihara Road , Wadduwa, 23, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Mahavihara Road , Wadduwa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKumbukgahawatta Hotel Wadduwa

      Reviewed by j0dibr00k

      Hidden oasis

      Reviewed Oct 25, 2014
      by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      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.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Kumbukgahawatta Hotel Wadduwa

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Wadduwa

      Day 18 - 22

      A travel blog entry by lou_sinton on Jun 16, 2014

      8 photos

      ... of Excellence Awards on the 25th July. At the office they have some of the female entrepreneurs products which you can see in my photos. Apart from this, I have spent some time at Colombo Public Library, at Viharamahadevi Park, and at a few cafés reading. On Sunday I found a church, Colombo Gospel Tabernacle in Wellawatte where the sermon was on 'Jesus in your 9 to 5'. Fortunately, unlike ...

      Tiny bit of swimming teaching achieved.

      A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on Apr 24, 2014

      1 photo

      ... in, with some more group songs. By the smiles on their faces most of them had enjoyed it, definitely a situation where a smile is as good as words. This project finishes earlier than others so we had time for a quick Internet cafe as well as food, the disadvantage of an Internet cafe at this time is the time difference between us and the UK so not many online but still good to check in. This afternoon was swimming (I'm scheduled to do this twice a week) we ...

      The loads getting lighter with every mile

      A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... Sundays and when visiting temples. Cricket is not just a sport it is a way of life. And it us played anywhere and everywhere at any time. Traffic is directly (mostly) by traffic cops and running water is not common. Every stream, Brooke and river will be virtually guaranteed to have at least knew family of bathers present in it. From as far as I can tell each family bathed separately with males and females having separate areas. They also bath in ...

      Day 150 - Train to Colombo

      A travel blog entry by costin on Feb 26, 2014

      ... closer to 2 hours. We attracted plenty of attention at the train station, possibly the most of the whole trip. Waiting on the station for half an hour, everyone was checking us out, seeing what we were all about. The train itself was really busy. It was set out like a tube train, but the doors stayed open, which sent a refreshing breeze through the carriage as we rolled slowly along the coast. We were still attracting plenty of attention, as we stood on ...

      Modern Colombo and a lighthouse that isn't.

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... known as Big Ben in London, although that is an incorrect term as Big Ben refers to the hour bell, but that is another story.

      Five years later, the light was added to the top to replace an earlier beacon dating from 1820. As Colombo grew and the buildings got taller they eventually eclipsed the light and so a new one had to be built nearer the coast. I cannot imagine who would have given planning permission to build a ...