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Avian Breeze was once a holiday retreat for Sri Lanka’s first prime minister, DS Senanayake. Wooden floors and fireplaces add a cozy touch. A small garden is edged with colourful flower beds.
Four bedrooms and one suite have king size beds. In-room facilities include flat screen TV with cable channels, tea/coffee facility, mini-bar, wifi, hair dryer and bathrobes. Electric heaters are available in each room. Ensuite bathrooms have h/w showers. Some of the bedrooms open out to the gardens and have mountain views.
Sunshine Room: A family room that can sleep up to four guests, with two king-sized beds.
Rose Room: This room has a separate entrance and opens out to a private garden and its privacy makes it popular with couples on their honeymoon.
Garden Room: Opens out to the front gardens and mountain views.
Capital Room: Also opens out to the front gardens and has mountain views.
Governor’s Suite: This is a more spacious room with a fireplace and ensuite bathroom with a h/w shower and Jacuzzi.
The small reception and lounge area has a fireplace. The dining room has seating for 25 guests. Sri Lankan and western cuisine is served. Snacks and drinks are also served in the garden. Guests are welcome to bring their own alcoholic beverages. There are mountain bicycles for those wanting to explore the area.
Avian Breeze is a small five-bedroom guesthouse on a hillock just five kms from the old colonial hill station of Nuwara Eliya. Nuwara Eliya can be approached via Kandy or Hatton. The journey from Kandy will take about three hours.
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