Kandy is the second largest city in Sri Lanka and is known as the Capital of the Hill Country. An important and established Buddhist site, Kandy was formerly known as the city of Senkadagalapura. It served as the last capital of the Sinhalese kingdom before falling to the British in 1815. A highlight on any Sri Lankan tour, Kandy offers the iconic attraction of the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic as well as the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage and the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens.
The magnificent Rosyth Estate is a private tea and rubber estate that boasts an enchanting planter’s bungalow. Built in 1926 this property exudes a warm and inviting ambiance. Choose from four beautiful accommodation options, all offering excellent furnishings and chic bathrooms. The Classic Rooms offer double, twin, triple and extra bed options; whilst the Classic Suites feature two rooms with a shared bathroom, ideal for families or a couple. The Deluxe Rooms offer indulgent hot tubs, double wash basins and charming four poster beds. The Plantation Suites have stunning views, and include indoor and outdoor spaces for the ultimate relaxation.
Relish superb culinary fare with a blending of flavours, and the freshest ingredients used from the estate’s organic garden. Delight in a fun cooking session learning about traditional Sri Lankan dishes, including fish, chicken or vegetable curry, and salads – and feast on your tasty meal afterwards. Wander around the beautiful estate, and discover the art of tea production with a visit to the local tea factory. Stroll around the garden and observe the abundance of birdlife that inhabit the garden including Sri Lankan grey hornbills and crested serpent eagles. Observe the white spotted deer roaming on the green grass, and the Langur monkeys playing in leafy trees. Visit local schools and a village, interacting with the communities that the Rosyth Estate works closely with.
What we love about the Rosyth Estate
- Meander on lush walking trails and observe ladies plucking fragrant tea leaves from green tea bushes
- Tour the local tea factory and gain insight into how tea is grown and then transformed into a delicious brew
- Prepare for an exciting cooking class and visit the colourful organic garden and pick and choose fresh ingredients