Set amidst the verdant hills of Nuwara Eliya, an idyllic town 3600 aboce sea level, Blue Meadows is a small luxury hotel with twelve different rooms and suites to choose from. Constructed in a colonial style, in a picturesque location, surrounded by the breathtaking views of the lush landscape, this heavenly retreat surprises the quest with its stunning blend of colourful interior and gold-lit hallways.
Come explore the mighty mountain ranges of Pidurutalagala and Haggala from the comfort of your luxury rooms and sneak a peak at the cascading waterfall called the Lover's Leap Come explore the mighty mountain ranges of Pidurutalagala and Haggala from the comfort of your luxury rooms and sneak a peek at the cascading waterfall called the Lover’s Leap as you sip your drink from your private terrace.
The Seetha Amman Temple situated 5km away from NuwaraEliya echoes the stories of Ramayana, as it stands as a tribute to Seetha, wife of Rama. She was held captive by King Ravana in this very spot. The temple, structured in a way to reflect the South Indian architectural designs. This spectacular religious attraction site is surrounded by a stream, adding to its mystique appeal.
The highlands provides the ideal conditions for tea plantations and NuwaraEliya houses numerous tea estates and factories, producing world renowned tea, all within a 10km distance from the hotel.Visit the tea factories and observe the process, after which you can relish in a cup of freshly brewed tea at one of their own tea shops.
Baker’s Farm is a famous landmark in NuwaraEliya with Sir Samuel Baker’s legacy tied to the establishment of NuwaraEliya as a model English town in 1848. He set up an Agricultural Farm with the aid of skilled labouers brought down from England. He lost his family during the hazardous journey from Colombo to NuwaraEliya. Baker’s Farm, the Baker’s Ward at Base Hospital in HawaEliya and the Baker’s Fall in Horton Plains National Park narrate the tales of Sir Samuel Baker.
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