The Kandy House Hotel

The Kandy House Hotel

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“What a place to spend 3 wonderful nights. The Kandy house is the perfect boutique hotel great location excellent food excellent staff and beautiful rooms. As it was our anniversary we were upgraded to a luxury room wow our own private terrace and beautiful bathroom. And how could I forget to mention the infinity swimming pool looking out over paddy… “

“Great for a couple of days hidden away from kandy and within reach of the golf course at Victoria which is fab! Food was quite expensive for what it was but the set up and feel is great. I heard they also had a choir at xmas singing carols which would have been very romantic. more “

“We had our wedding at the Kandy House and it was a dream come true. The hotel Manager Tania organized everything from delivering our documents in advance to wedding registraty in Kandy. Private civil ceremony and registration in the beautiful entrance of the house the owner of the house was our witness which was so kind of him. She also… “

“I had booked an alternative hotel in Kandy. On arrival at Helga’s Folly I realised it was dusty and the baths did not work. I was tired from a long road trip from Bentota. I called Kandy House and arrived after 20h00. My room was ready and waiting and so was dinner. The room was spacious with a gorgeous bathroom…. “

“We stayed at the Kandy House as our first stop traveling around Sri Lanka for our honeymoon and it absolutely surpassed all expectations. I used to produce travel films so am very picky about where I stay and we did our research thoroughly. We got to the Kandy House after a long and very hot journey and it was like… “

“We booked through They have been excellent in arranging everything. Highly recommended. Kandy House was like a dream in the middle of the Forest. Decoration interior of the house was breath taking. Staff was friendly happy and accomandating. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Everything was very tastefully decorated. The forest is your garden with a great pool in the… “

“The Kandy House is set in the hills in Kandy and is a beautiful colonial house. There is no air conditioning but I do think this would detract from the overall feel of the place if it were there. The fan in the room above the bed should be enough to keep you cool and in the early morning we… “

“The Kandy House was our first stop after our arrival in Sri Lanka. The curry dinner was tremendous as was all the food we enjoyed here. We stayed in a Sunbeam Deluxe Room at the back of the house (about nine rooms total here). Mosquitoes flock to my husband despite the mosquito nets over the beds throughout Sri Lanka which… “

“This may be a perfect hotel. Charming intimate comfortable areas to read a wonderful (and happy) staff extraordinary attention to detail and comfort–excellent food (a rare thing in Sri Lanka)….a lovely pool….but there is not much in Kandy itself–so look on your stay here as a charming retreat and enjoy it for what it is. more “

“We made the journey from Colombo to Kandy at the beginning of our 2 week trip to Sri Lanka. After the 3 and a half hour journey arriving at Kandy house was delightful. The building is a converted Colonial House with 5 rooms built around a central courtyard. The rooms are all tastefully decorated with lots of dark wood and… “

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