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Luxury Tea Estate Bungalow Boutique Hotel in Dickoya - Hatton Sri Lanka

Bringing You The Spirit Of British Plantation Era

Experience elite and luxury British living during the Colonial Era, in a quiet yet luxurious setting where one can enjoy a laid back holiday. The Governor’s Mansion Boutique Tea Estate Hotel, a fully restored English styled mansion, set 4000 ft above sea level in the cool climes of the famous Tea valley of Hatton-Dickoya in Sri Lanka, offers its guests a trip back in time when British planters once called it ‘home’.
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Tastefully decorated, yet retaining the old world charm

Guests at Governor’s Mansion Boutique Hotel can experience a relaxing holiday in tranquility amidst rolling tea gardens, where paneled walls, old yet gleaming wooden floors and attractive fireplaces bring to life the grandiosity of the colonial past.

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Not only tantalise your taste buds but feast for your eyes too

Be it sandwiches and tea from the estate or hot toast and cappuccino, tasty sundries or gourmet cuisine, the Governor’s Mansion Tea Estate Boutique hotel in Hatton-Dickoya offers a dining experience which leaves a lasting impression.

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Live a like a royal, colonial ambience well preserved

The Governor’s Mansion Tea Estate Boutique Hotel brings to life the gracious living style of the past colonial era.

With magnificent views of bustling tea estates, mist covered mountain ranges and a beautiful terraced garden; the ideal setting offers fresh air, unrivaled peace and seclusion all day as well as access to sporting activities and sightseeing opportunities. Whether for a family vacation, a romantic get-away or for a writer’s seclusion, the Governor’s Mansion Luxury Tea Estate Boutique Hotel at Dickoya, offers a very special luxuriously pampered experience for anyone.

"Amazing views, great room and food! " 12 April 2015 - A TripAdvisor Traveller Read 59 reviews of Governor's Mansion
 
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A glorious past, a living legend in the Golden Valley of Ceylon tea

Governor’s Mansion was built by the father of late William Scott who was closely connected to the British royal family. Princesses have been frequent visitors to enjoy their summer vacations on a regular basis. This continued until the princess who was heir for the throne was coroneted.