Our Resorts – Dilmah Tea’s Hotel Collection

One magical Tea Island. Three extraordinary resorts.

Three Relais & Chateaux resorts; Tea Trails, Cape Weligama & Wild Coast Tented Lodge, form an enchanting “Route de Bonheur (Happiness)” from tea fields to clifftop beach & safari lodge. This “best of Sri Lanka” circuit, created by the family-owned Dilmah Tea Company, features distinctively original resorts, connected by a thread of peerless service.

Sun beds on a lawn with the view of pool and a bungalow in the distance at Ceylon Tea Trails in Hatton
Fireplace and interior of a bungalow in Ceylon Tea Trails
Butler preparing high tea at Ceylon Tea Trails in Hatton

Ceylon Tea Trails is an icon for small luxury resorts, comprising of five restored historic tea planter residences, perched at an altitude of 1250 meters in Sri Lanka’s panoramic Ceylon tea region. The 27 rooms & suites with period furnishings, gracious butler service, and gourmet cuisine create an ambience that has made Tea Trails the gold standard for luxury in Sri Lanka. They are connected by walking and biking trails through scenic tea gardens.

The world’s first tea bungalow resort
Aerial view of Wild Coast Tented Lodge and the spread of the cocoons in Yala and the nearby forest
Inside of the brightly lit dining pavilion at night in Wild Coast Tented Lodge in Yala
9.	Outdoor seating area near the plunge pool outside of a cocoon room at Wild Coast Tented Lodge, Yala

Wild Coast Tented Lodge is adjacent to the Yala National Park, renowned for its leopard population. This spectacular luxury tented camp is situated on a rugged, empty beach, overlooking the Indian Ocean. The use of arched fabric structures allows each of the 28 Cocoon pods to take on the shape of the rocks and boulders that lay scattered nearby. The vaulted bamboo restaurant and bar overlook a large freeform pool.

Where the Jungle meets the Indian Ocean
29.	Aerial view of the Cape Weligama resort with the Indian ocean showing
View of the moon pool with sun beds and the ocean showing at the distance at Cape Weligama
A double bed with a night stand inside a room at Cape Weligama

Thirty minutes east of Galle, Cape Weligama inhabits 12 tropical acres atop a singular promontory rising 40 metres above the Indian Ocean. Stunning panoramas await you, naturally complementing the 39 private retreats designed by one of Asia's most celebrated architects, Lek Bunnag. An array of dining venues capture Weligama's iconic sunsets, as does the 60-metre crescent-shaped infinity pool that appears to flow seamlessly into the shimmering sea.

Where trade winds carried legendary explorers like Marco Polo & Ibn Battuta
Sigiriya rock
Sigiriya rock
Sigiriya rock

On the Drawing Board

CULTURAL TRIANGLE
SIGIRIYA - DAMBULLA

Thirty-five rooms and suites are elevated to tree top level, with spectacular views of lakes, rice paddies & mountains, set in a 14-acre ancient forest 10 minutes from Dambulla. The resort is designed by star architect Lek Bunnag who also created Cape Weligama. Expected to open 2021, it will bring Resplendent Ceylon’s signature blend of sumptuous accommodation, personalised service, gourmet dining and authentic experiences to the Cultural Triangle. After climbing Sigiriya or an elephant safari in the nearby National Parks, cool off in the longest swimming pool in Sri Lanka.

Bringing Resplendent Ceylon’s signature blend of sumptuous accommodation, personalised service, gourmet dining and authentic experiences to the Cultural Triangle

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