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Hunas Falls by Amaya might be 6,000 miles from northern Britain but its spirit and traditions are reminiscent of the west coast of Scotland. From the Hunasgiriya mountain range, a waterfall cascades through the steeply-banked tea and spice plantations to end in the small lake alongside which this hotel is situated. This is a land of fascinating sunsets, early-morning mists and relative cool, with temperatures averaging between 17-25C by day and getting as low as 10C at night. A hotel of solid country traditions that, were it not for the tea plantations, would be just as much at home on a summer's day in the Scottish highlands. Hunas Falls by Amaya has a deep-rooted nature/conservation philosophy and practices responsible environmental management activities that reduces, reuses and recycles natural resources. Hunas Falls by Amaya will appeal to guests seeking seclusion in a peaceful mountain retreat.
Hunas Falls by Amaya has 31 well-furnished a/c rooms, each with a cable TV, a mini bar and tea/coffee facilities. The rooms open out to private balconies with hillside views. The three suites, Cardamom, Katsura and Highlander are decorated in three different themes. The suites have a dining area, a kitchenette, the ensuite bathrooms have h/w shower and bathtub.
The restaurant has lake views and serves Sri Lankan and western cuisine. There is a heated swimming pool, tennis courts, six-hole par-3 golf course, jogging track, snooker, volleyball, indoor games, and a well-stocked library. Other facilities include an on-call doctor, a small business centre, playrooms for children and teenagers, a hotel shop, and helipad.
Hunas Falls by Amaya enjoys one of the most scenic hotel settings in Sri Lanka, high in the hills near Elkaduwa, about an hour and a quarter north west of Kandy.
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