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The rustic stone walled Aigburth Villa is situated at 3,000 ft above sea level in the cool hills of Rakwana, Suriyakanda surrounded by vistas of the Udawalawe Valley on one side and bounded by the world heritage, Man & Biosphere reserve Sinharaja rainforest.
The Aigburth Villa was built during the British Raj by an English Tea Planter by the name James T. Allan in 1925. It has now been fully refurbished, retaining its old world charm. It has five spacious bedrooms with four attached bathrooms with hot and cold water.
A total of 14 adults with a few Children can be comfortably accommodated based on the bed composition. The larger bedrooms (2) boast of two queen sized beds in each whilst the smaller ones (2) have twin single beds. The largest of the rooms (1) has a double and a single bed. The large lounge overlooking the famous Buluthota Pass, is ideal for relaxing and enjoying the quiet and tranquility of the area. During the day one can take a plunge in the swimming pool, which is filled by the natural springs of the Sinharaja rain forest.