Rangala House
Rangala House
Rangala House

Rangala House


  • Atemberaubende natürliche Szenerie von Teeplantagen und der Knuckles-Forest-Region
  • Kühles Klima und dunstiges Hochland
  • Gemütliche und rustikale Atmosphäre

Über Rangala House

Das Rangala House befindet sich hoch oben in den diesigen Hochländern in 1000m Höhe, mit Blick auf die sich ausbreitenden Teeplantagen, die eine atemberaubende Aussicht garantieren. Das Rangala House ist ein umgebauter Teeplantagen-Bungalow am Rande der Knackles-Forest-Region, die auf der Liste der UNESCO-Weltkulturerbestätten steht. Die klaren Nachthimmel, kühlen Temperaturen und die Aussichten auf hügelige Anhöhen machen das Rangala House mit Sicherheit zu einem friedvollen und großartigen Rückzugsort.

In der Hauptvilla gibt es drei Schlafzimmer, und im benachbarten Gebäude "The Studio" ist noch ein weiteres Schlafzimmer untergebracht. Jedes der drei Schlafräume des Haupthauses ist mit einem Doppelbett oder zwei Einzelbetten, die ohne Lücke zu einem Doppelbett zusammengefügt werden können, ausgestattet. Jedes Zimmer hat sein eigenes Badezimmer mit solarbeheiztem Wasser. Das erste Badezimmer besitzt eine eigene Badewanne.

"The Studio" ist gleich neben dem Haupthaus und punktet mit einem eigenen Balkon mit Panoramablick auf die Berge. Es kann bis zu 4 Personen beherbergen, wobei die Anordnung des Zimmers einzigartig ist. Es gibt ein großes Himmelbett und ein weiteres Doppelbett auf einer erhöhten Plattform, das mit einer Dachbodenleiter zu erreichen ist.

Ein Wohnraum mit französischen Fenstern sowie ein steiniger Feuerplatz geben dem Rangala House eine warme und heimelige Atmosphäre. Die Veranda ist ebenfalls ein beliebter Aufenthaltsort, da von dort die kühle Luft und die atemberaubende Aussicht am besten zu genießen ist.

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Kundenbewertungen

10/10 (Durchschnittliche Bewertung auf 9 Bewertungen basierend)
10/10

We had 7 continuous days of rain and white-outs, and yet we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Rangala, thanks to the wonderful setting (even when you can't see it), all the staff and Anthony, the perfectly warm and homey and cozy vibe. The setting and the set-up are simply unbeatable. (This was our 5th or 6th year at Rangala, and every year it gets better, is never boring, and is always fantastic!)

TT (Hong Kong) war in der Rangala House mit seiner Familie vom 15/12/2015 bis zum %to %
10/10

We came here on a visit to the knuckles range organized by our hotel. Staff couldn't have been more helpful in organizing a walk we could do that took into account my limited mobility( as I have two artificial knees).we set off on a gloriously fabulous but gentle walk and got caught in one of the very typical short but torrential rain falls. We got back drenched to the skin and were promptly offered towels. .hairdryer etc to dry of. We then had the most fabulous home cooked lunch of pasta with the freshest tomato sauce I have ever tasted, beautiful local salads and freshly baked bread . This place is so beautifully maintained and planted it was an absolute pleasure to visit and I only wish we could have stayed .

Lynda B (Australia) genossen einen romantischen Aufenthalt in der Rangala House vom 03/08/2015 bis zum %to %
10/10

We stayed here for 2 nights during a 2 week tour around Sri Lanka. Set in a magical setting overlooking the Knuckles mountain range, this place is extremely special. Small boutique hotel with lots of charm. We did "Charlies walk" from the hotel. A 3 hour walk around the local hills and villages. The views are stunning and the locals are so friendly. Also well worth walking down the road for 10 minutes to the local cloth making factory. A few ladies making cloth on traditional looms. We had so much fun with them. They are happy for you to take photos and let you have a go on the looms. You can also buy their products such as sorongs, table napkins etc. which are lovely authentic souvenirs. This place is also excellent for doing a day trip to Knuckles mountains. It is a bit over priced at USD 40 pp for half a day but that seems to be the going rate. The highlight though must have been the food. The chef there is professionally trained and the food was the best we had on the whole trip. Do not hesitate to choose this place, it is extra special.

Rosanna (Bahrain) genossen einen romantischen Aufenthalt in der Rangala House vom 01/08/2015 bis zum %to %
10/10

Our family of 7 stayed here for 4 nights. The views were truly amazing even if the surrounding hills drifted in and out of clouds while we were there. The staff led by Amila made our stay perfect, nothing was a problem. Sebastian the chef gave us some of the finest breakfasts and dinners we have had and he was able to cater to our youngest children just as well. His 'apprentices' Chalika and Nyuen were SO polite and helpful. We hiked the 3 hr trek and were rewarded with stunning views throughout the local tea plantations.....if you stay here you should try this walk, it is a bit taxing but we'll worth it. Also, if you are up for a bit of rock scrambling get the boys to take you down to the local river where you trek into hills to find a beautiful river/waterfall. Our kids thought this was amazing. All in all this was a perfect spot to rest and unwind on our trip through Sri Lanka. One hint if you are just looking for a simple lunch, the shops across from e Ducktari Tea Factory make great snacks.

Tony G (Australia) war in Rangala House mit einer Gruppe von Freunden und ihren Familien vom 27/05/2015 bis zum 31/05/2015
10/10

Situated about an hour out of Kandy, this is an alternative to the day-long trip to Newara Elia to see tea plantations and enjoy some mountain air. It is an old house that has been converted to a small hotel with fairly basic rooms, but an astonishingly beautiful outlook. They provide lunch on request (need to book ahead to ensure there is space) and what we had was superb - a large and very tasty quiche, plus several dishes of vegetables and salad (enough to feed several people) plus a delightful ice cream and rhubarb dish for desert and coffee, all for about AUD20 per head. We would have paid that for the view alone, sitting on the broad terrace looking out over the expansive valley in the cool of the shaded verandah.

JR (Australia) genossen einen romantischen Aufenthalt in der Rangala House vom 13/04/2015 bis zum %to %
10/10

Situated about an hour out of Kandy, this is an alternative to the day-long trip to Newara Elia to see tea plantations and enjoy some mountain air. It is an old house that has been converted to a small hotel with fairly basic rooms, but an astonishingly beautiful outlook. They provide lunch on request (need to book ahead to ensure there is space) and what we had was superb - a large and very tasty quiche, plus several dishes of vegetables and salad (enough to feed several people) plus a delightful ice cream and rhubarb dish for desert and coffee, all for about AUD20 per head. We would have paid that for the view alone, sitting on the broad terrace looking out over the expansive valley in the cool of the shaded verandah.

Chris G (Hong Kong) war in der Rangala House mit seiner Familie vom 07/04/2015 bis zum %to %
10/10

We stayed at Rangala for two nights and loved it. Our room was simple but very comfortable, and opened onto the wonderful deck with views forever. Sam and his staff were friendly, very natural and eager to help at all times. A delight. The recommended walks through the tea plantations were excellent, the best we had in Sri Lanka. We will remember them for a long time. Eating on the deck with the other guests was very enjoyable. Sebastian's food was top-class, with the wild boar casserole a highlight of my husband's trip. A great escape among the tea plantations, and great value for money. We would love to go back.

RB (Australia) genossen einen romantischen Aufenthalt in der Rangala House vom 08/02/2015 bis zum %to %
10/10

My two friends and I spent two nights here and enjoyed every moment. We shared one room and found the bedroom spacious and very comfortable. Everything about our stay was perfect. We had spent the previous two weeks travelling round Sri Lanka so wanted some peace, quiet and comfort before we flew back to Ireland and Rangala House provided all of these in spades. The location is spectacular and the view from the veranda just amazing. The house has been beautifully restored with great taste shown in every aspect of the decor ( there are well-stocked bookshelves as well). The final cherry on the cake was the swimming pool where we were able to cool down after our walks. The garden is a delight as well - beautifully maintained and carefully planted and full of bird life! Walking through the tea estates was one of the highlights of our stay here and Sam gave us great printed directions which made getting lost impossible, We liked to get up really early and go for a walk ranging from 1 1/2 to 3 hours before it got too hot - then we would come back to a gorgeous breakfast on the veranda. We spotted some very unusual birds on these walks - but had to keep an eye out for leeches in the long grass! No mosquitoes though at this altitude. Sam and his staff were courteous, charming and helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for them. The cook in particular was first class and we enjoyed all of our delicious meals eaten on the veranda. All in all, Rangala House was everything we had hoped it would be and I just hope some day I can go back and sample its delights all over again!

HW (Ireland) waren in der Rangala House mit einer Gruppe von Freunden vom 04/02/2015 bis zum %to %
10/10

We spent 2 nights here. Unbelievable views form the verandah. Anthony, the owner was always interested in us and gave great advice on where to walk and what to see. Did 2 great walks into the tea plantations which were almost our SL highlight. My only gripe is that this was the only place in SL where we didn't get a Queen bed but 2 singles pushed together. Even in other Asian hotels we quite often get the two beds pushed together but at least they give us Queen sheets over the top. At Rangala the beds were even made up as singles. For the money we are paying I think they could perhaps have King sheets to go over the top. A small hassle but other places manage to get it right. Sebastian and Charlie were fantastic in the kitchen.

Rossa (Australia) genossen einen romantischen Aufenthalt in der Rangala House vom 08/01/2015 bis zum %to %

Service & ausstattungen

  • Mahlzeiten:

    • Abendessen (Zusätzliche Kosten) (20 USD/Person)
    • Koch (Zusätzliche Kosten) (Kontakt)
    • Tägliches Frühstück (Zusätzliche Kosten) (14 USD/Person)
    • Voll ausgestattete Küche
    • Mittagessen (Zusätzliche Kosten) (14 USD/Person)
  • Einrichtungen:

    • Zusätzliches Bett (Zusätzliche Kosten)
    • Reservegenerator
    • Haustiere erlaubt
    • Swimmingpool
    • Terrasse
    • Wlan
  • Nahverkehr:

    • Flughafen-Transfer (Zusätzliche Kosten) (Kontakt)
    • Fahrer (Zusätzliche Kosten)
  • Unterhaltung:

    • CD-Player
    • DVD-player
    • Fernseher
    • Satellitenfernsehen
    • Stereoanlage
    • Tischtennis
  • Dienstleistungen:

    • Haushaltspersonal
  • Mehr Informationen:

    • Pers. max.: 13
    • Personal:
  • Geschäftsbedingungen:

Gebühren

Mindestaufenhaltsdauer 3 Schlafzimmer 5 Schlafzimmer
vom 01/11/2017 bis 20/12/2017 Nebensaison 2 Nächte EUR € 359 EUR € 496
vom 20/12/2017 bis 02/01/2018 Hochsaison 3 Nächte EUR € 395 EUR € 545
vom 02/01/2018 bis 01/05/2018 Nebensaison 2 Nächte EUR € 359 EUR € 496
vom 01/05/2018 bis 20/12/2018 Nebensaison 2 Nächte EUR € 359 EUR € 496