Accommodation comprises of four deluxe and five suites. Each room differs in size, arrangement and furniture. The entire property is furnished in traditional style complementing the architecture of the building and offer luxurious touches such as draped four poster beds, chaise lounges, wrap around balconies, claw footed or hexagonal baths. Every room has a view either of jungle, the stone courtyard or garden. Relax after a day out sightseeing by the pool or in the spa, the menu of which includes full body, head and foot massages. Yoga classes to learn poses, relaxation and breathing techniques can be booked in advance.
Dining here is an adventurous experience as menus include a range of western, South East Asian favourites and Sri Lankan cuisine. As the chef shops daily for ingredients guests can be assured that their fruit and veggies are the freshest that the market can offer. Depending on their mood guests can have their meals in the main dining room that is little changed from the 1820s, in the privacy of their rooms or on the balcony. The hotel can be booked as a whole for celebrations or for a getaway with family and friends.
As far things to do are concerned Kandy and the areas around it offer some excellent historic areas for sightseeing, a range of handicrafts that reflect the unique culture of the area if considering souvenir shopping and hiking trails right in the heart of town and on the hills that surround it.
The picturesque Victoria Golf Chalet is also available for a round of golf although it is about a 45 minutes drive away from the city.