Horathapola is a perfect first stop for those seeking a peaceful haven after a long flight. One customer termed it `jet-lag heaven,' praising `a beautiful house and faultless service.' Situated on a working estate where coconut, mango, pineapple and spices are grown, Horathapola is a four-bedroom British planter's bungalow that was built in the 1920's. The estate is now owned by Javana Fernando, who also owns Kulu Safaris. Javana lives on the estate and adds a friendly but efficient air to this wonderful holiday retreat. Spacious rooms furnished with ancestral Dutch period furniture, wide balconies and verandas, well-clipped lawns scattered with beautiful hardwood trees and ample bird song all combine to show guests the Planter's lifestyle at its finest.