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Enchanting Vila Perpatua


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Huddle against an edge of a mountain with a breathtaking view of a range of hills lies ‘Villa Perpatua’. This charming and relaxing villa which is hidden in an acre of land at an elevation of over 4,500 feet above sea level is situated in the cool climes of Bandarawela. The villa offers eight rooms in three different levels to ensure privacy and offer a range of magnificent views of the valley below. A uniquely placed rooftop terrace also gives the guest a spectacular view of Bandarawela. 

The tranquillity of this location is truly amazing and is a genuine home away from home and is drawing a lot of repeater guests to the hotel. They also arrange leisurely walks on an adventurous trek or a challenging mountain bike ride to mountains, lakes, manicured gardens, forests, Hindu kovils (temples) and tiny villages.

The hotels panoramic expanse of the lobby/terrace area is the best place to witness a magnificent sunrise sprawling plantation and gives one a clear view of the winding rail tracks below. This new addition to the to the hospitality industry in Bandarawela is just 10 minutes away from the city centre and due to high demand they are looking at adding more rooms soon. Some of the most sought after excursions by guests include Beragala/Ella Gap, Lipton’s seat located in the Poonagala hills, Historical Dowa Temple, Ravana Waterfall and Ravana caves, Diyaluma loop, Bogoda wooden bridge, Budhuruwagala rock carving, Horton plains/world’s end and Udawalawe wildlife sanctuary. These can be accessed in less than one hour from the hotel.

Villa Perpatua Bandarawela in its quest to enhance its product will be introducing an 

‘Outdoor nature Spa’ to its inventory from next month. The management of Villa Perpatua said that this is being done to offer more facilities for the inn-house guests. Villa Perpatua Bandarawela is marketed by Boutiques in Sri Lanka.


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