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Lady Hill

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Nestled atop the highest point in the ancient port-city of Galle, at the Lady Hill you have a bird's eye view of the lush green tea plantations stretching down the mountains to meet the brilliant blue Indian Ocean. Close to some of the best beaches in the island and to the heart of Galle city but secluded enough to be relaxing and rejuvenating the Lady Hill is just what the discerning tourist and business traveler is looking for.

Originally built more than a hundred years ago as a Vicarage of the Church of England this restored colonial building still retains its old world charm. The large open verandah, high ceiling and staircase, floor and ceiling of teak are all part of the architectural heritage of colonial Sri Lanka. Subtly blended with these features are all the modern comforts which a traveler looks for giving you the best of both worlds.

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The neighbouring Bhavana Centre provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about Theravada Buddhism in the very country which, legend tells us, was chosen by the Buddha himself as its home. Familiarize yourself with the art of meditation and free yourself of worldly stresses.
Spend a lazy afternoon in the swimming pool with the entire Galle Harbour spread out below you and know what it feels like to be on top of the world. And for those who really feel like getting active the tennis courts will keep you trim.
They say you can never truly know a country till you have tasted its food. Here at the Lady Hill you will be served up with the best of Sri Lankan cuisine always leaving you wanting more. To add spice to the pot there is also a mouth watering selection of Chinese and other international specialties. The pizzas baked in original wood-fired stoves are a must for those with a weakness for Italian cuisine. The health conscious can relax at the Lady Hill sure in the knowledge that the food is prepared using the fresh ingredients – sea food straight out of the Indian Ocean and fruits and vegetables from growers and market gardens within the local communities.