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Cocoon Hills

The BanglowCocoon Hills is an exquisite 6 bed roomed English Mock Tudor Banglow with a beautiful lawn and flower beds built nearly 25 year ago, nestled in the hill country amidst tea plantations and verdant mountain which exudes its personal charm within a setting of refined elegance.On a sunny day, the Banglow allows guests to borrow its bicycles to peddle around the town, sightseeing.

On a rainy day, the warm and cozy living rooms in both the Bangalow and the Annex are the perfect place to snuggle under a blanket near the fire place with a mug of hot chocolate.

Or you may choose to stay indoors to play a game of chess, carom, darts and cards or borrow a DVD or a book from our Library.

Cocoon Hills offers accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis

Living

The main Bangalow offers 4 bedrooms with a large living room/lounge with a 6 seater dining area and 2 bedrooms in the adjoining annex (Family Suit)with its very own separate entrance and cozy living room with a 4 seater dining area.

The living rooms in both the main Bungalow and Annex (Family Suit)have LCD Televisions with Satellite /cable TV respectively.

Rooms are spacious and equipped with double beds, heaters, hot water, telephones connections, Internet & well equipped bathrooms.

Dining

Cocoon Hills offers a American Breakfast spread.

An A-la Cart Menu is a available for your all day dining needs.

You could choose to sit out in the patio/lawn where one can truly enjoy fresh exhilarating mountain air or indoors in the well heated dining room

Location

A driver of 180 km from Colombo brings you to the city of Nuwara Eliya meaning ”City of Light” in the central highland s of Sri Lanka with a picturesque landscape of breathtaking views of valleys, meadows, mountains and waterfalls with a temperature  climate. It is located at an altitude of 1.868m above sea level.

The city was founded by Samuel Baker, the discover of Lake Albert and the explorer of the Nile in 1846 and was also then known as “Little England”.

Many of the buildings retain features from the colonial period such as the Queen’s Cottage, General’s House, the English country-house-styled hill club and Victorian style old pink-brick Town Post Office.

Many of the building retain features from the colonial period such as the Queens Cottage, General’s House, the English country-house-Styled Hill Club and the Victorian style old pink-brick Town Post Office.

The finest Tea in the World ,Ceylon Tea, is Cultivated and processed in Sri Lanka .Since the introduction of tea to Sri Lanka in mid 19th century, Nuwara Eliya has been the capital of the tea country highlands of Sri Lanka.