Dilmah

Resplendent Ceylon, the leisure arm of family tea company Dilmah, is creating a collection of small luxury resorts that offer a unique trail across Sri Lanka. The goal is to offer the upscale traveller a range of experiences linked to Sri Lanka’s history, culture and nature.

	Ceylon Tea Trails

Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri Lanka’s first Relais & Chateaux resort, comprises 21 rooms and suites in four colonial era tea planters’ bungalows, connected by walking trails through stunningly beautiful Ceylon tea gardens. Follow the Tea Trail from one unique bungalow to the next, staying a night or two at each or just laze in one.
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	Cape Weligama

Situated along Sri Lanka’s spectacular South Coast, only 30 minutes from Galle, with magical views over the Indian Ocean, Cape Weligama is home to a magnificent collection of 40 residences & suites. Infinite 270-degree panoramas of the Indian Ocean are celebrated from every curvaceous corner of this 12-acre resort cliff top resort.
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Wild Coast Lodge

Opening November 2015

A luxurious camp on a secluded beach in the Yala National Park, a Leopard hot spot in southeastern Sri Lanka. 28 custom designed, air-conditioned 45m2 tents with a 25m2 deck, offer the adventure of a jungle camp with the comfort of a deluxe hotel room.

Red Rocks Beach Camp

Opening March 2016

Red Rocks beach camp is a family oriented, 28 room luxury resort that sits on a stunning stretch of flat white sand that runs 10km down the coast to Nilaveli, near the famed seaport of Trincomalee in Northeastern Sri Lanka. The resort is inspired by organic forms to create amazing tensile membrane structures.