Villa Perpetua is an eight-bedroom villa in Bandarawela, one of Sri Lanka's quieter hill stations, in the southern highlands.
In the entrance of Villa Perpetua, guests are welcomed by a spacious wooden deck, a common living area which offers picturesque views of the surrounding valleys. The deck has several seating areas, allowing guests to enjoy the vista whilst reading, or simply sipping on a cup of tea or coffee.
The eight rooms are separated into two areas: adjacent to the main building, or right below the deck.
The villa has two suites and six deluxe rooms, out of which four are double and the remaining four are triples. All rooms are spacious and are complete with a king-sized bed, writing table, wardrobe, TV and DVD player, coffee and tea making amenities and an ensuite bathroom. Each room has spectacular views of the valleys nearby. All triple rooms have an additional single bed; Villa Perpetua also offers interconnecting rooms which are perfect for families.
Villa Perpetua also has Wi-Fi in all rooms and common living areas.
Why We Like It
Grand vistas in one of the lesser-travelled parts of the hill country make this good-value option one of Bandarawela's best kept secrets.
Villa Perpetua is surrounded by the hills of the Tea Country. It is only a 30 minute drive from its location close to Bandarawela to Ella Rock, which is a great trekking experience. Around six hours from Colombo, or consider air taxi options. You can also head to the south coast via a daily sea plane service between Hatton and Koggala.