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Our room was in the basement (-4. floor, no elevator), the bed-linen was used (hairy and dirty), bathroom was full with mould, the whole room was terrible smelly (we could not open the balcony door for some fresh air). The carpet was also very-very dirty,...More
Had an overnight stay here before climbing Sri Pada. The staff were all very nice, friendly and helpful, and although dinner was buffet it was delicious and plenty available to fill up before the climb. Breakfast was also good - although I'd avoid the coffee...More
We spent two nights at Slightly Chilled using it as our base for the Sri Pada climb.
The quality of the rooms and the food were both very good. The view from the main sitting/dining area is also quite picturesque. We were particularly impressed by...More
After talking with other visitors in the area during our stay, of the hostels in the Adam's peak area, this seems to be near the top. The rooms have multiple beds per room and gorgeous views. The water situation is a little questionable as it's...More
We went there with our kids & couple of their friends for one night in order for us to climb Adams peak. We were so afraid to stay at a rest house but in this place the rooms & bathrooms were very clean and service...More
US$44 - US$73 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.