Tranquillity, Beauty, silence and the world’s most sought after commodity- Peace, describes Chatsworth Best. Chatsworth, a real British country house built in the colonial style is a creation of Lord Blackler. A 20 Acre working Tea Estate, in the little town of Pupuressa, Chatsworth is a little island of tea surrounded by thousands of Acres of Tea Plantations, waterfalls and breath taking views.
With uninterrupted views of mountains and valleys a hundred kilometres and beyond, simply sit on the huge terrace and watch the play of the weather, or take a walk through the Estate and watch how tea pluckers engage in their centuries old trade.
- BEDROOMS: 6
- OCCUPANCY: 10
- VIEW: Mountains
- RATES FROM: USD 200
With uninterrupted views of mountains and valleys a hundred kilometres and beyond, simply sit on the huge terrace and watch the play of the weather, or take a walk through the Estate and watch how tea pickers engage in their centuries old trade.more info
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Pluck your own vegetables from Chatsworth’s Organic vegetable plot, who our expert Chefs would be happy to turn into any dish of your choice. For those who are more adventurous we recommend a trek along the bridal path which leads into the forest above, where frequent sightings of Deer, and wild boar and some rare sightings of leopard have been reported. Chatsworth is also well centred which opens the doors to many activities for the discerning visitor.
A visit to The Orange Tree Factory at Panwilatenna, just minutes away, or a 34 kilometer drive to Galaha which takes one through miles and miles of tea estates, and Waterfalls is almost a must.
For those who wish to explore further, visits to The Ambuluwawa Monument at Gampola, The Historic Gampola Railway Station, the ancient Gampola Magistrates Courts, The knox memorial built in honour of Robert Knox who was a captive of the King of Kandy, The St Andrews Church at Gampola built in 1852, the commonwealth war graves in Kandy, The Garrison Cemetery, and The Trinity College Chapel are sure to be rewarding. A visit to The Ancient Temple of the tooth relic which also happens to be the Palace of the last King of Kandy and a leisurely boat trip down the Kandy lake is not something to be missed. A few days in Chatsworth is truly an experience that no one should miss.