Media Coverage for Resplendent Ceylon’s new Reverie Collection
The Dilmah Ceylon Tea Company first ventured into hospitality in 2005 when it launched Resplendent, the company behind Ceylon Tea Trails, Wild Coast Tented Lodge and Cape Weligama. It’s now created another brand, Reverie, which has three openings in prospect.
Ceylon Tea Trails Selected for the Coveted Condé Nast Traveler US and UK Gold List 2023
Condé Nast Traveler unveiled the 2023 Gold List, highlighting favourite classic hotels around the world that exemplify the gold standard of service and hospitality. Ceylon Tea Trails is the first Sri Lankan hotel to make this prestigious annual roundup.
Five Things to Do on Your Honeymoon at Wild Coast Tented Lodge
You’ve picked your honeymoon destination, resort and airfare. The question is, what will you do once you arrive? First off, agree on your personal expectations and desired honeymoon vibe - completely relaxed for rejuvenation and connection or full of adventure for thrill and excitement.
Our social impact is driven largely through the Merrill J. Fernando Charitable Foundation and our employee-led Good Works committees. As with conservation activities, 15% of pre-tax profit is contributed to the initiatives of the MJF Charitable Foundation.
The story of tea in Sri Lanka began over two hundred years ago. British rule was very much under way and in the year 1824, the first tea plant was brought to Ceylon. It came from China and was planted in the Royal Botanical Gardens in Peradeniya for non-commercial purposes.