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Convenient to hike Adams peak. Be sure to climb before sunrise and make it back before breakfast, as breakfast is amazing. The buffet dinner was quite impressive also.
The staff a super friendly, the rooms are a little run down, never the less still clean...More
The room itself was fairly average however the service was very good and friendly, the location is nice to be a couple of minute out of the hustle and bustle and the food was really tasty.
We stayed for one night to walk up Adams...More
This guest house is conveniently located very close the start of the walk to Adam's Peak (about 10 mins walk). It is situated on a number of floors, all below ground level on some very steep stairs.
This isn't a very expensive guest house so...More
The reception guy was super friendly and gave us a late checkout since we were not feeling well. nicely located hotel. decent dinner buffet. good breakfast buffet. ideal base for the hike to Adam's peak
This hotel has been geared to travellers that plan to climb Adam's Peak. It has a dining/common area room with large picture windows that look out to the mountain and the valley below. On arrival, the manager provided us with tea while we waited for...More
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I stayed in Nuwara Eliya to go to Hortons Plains - you want to do this early in the morning as cloud can come in over Worlds End as the day goes on and some of the walking would be pretty exposed in the heat later in the... More
I stayed in Nuwara Eliya to go to Hortons Plains - you want to do this early in the morning as cloud can come in over Worlds End as the day goes on and some of the walking would be pretty exposed in the heat later in the day.
I did this early one morning (5am start), then the next morning I travelled to Slightly Chilled in Dalhousie (as above) and the morning after (2am) I climbed Adams Peak.
The travel between is not large in distance but can still take a while. You might have time to do it the reverse way to me - Adams Peak then travel to somewhere closer to Hortons Plains and do that the following morning...hope that helps a little.