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Sta wat vroeger op en maak te paard een ochtendrit over het landgoed. Een goed begin van de dag.

Ulagalla Resort

In een voormalige villa,in vroegere tijden het eigendom van een dorpshoofd, is tegenwoordig het prachtige Ulagalla Resort te vinden. Een kleinschalig resort waar klantvriendelijkheid hoog in het vaandel staat.

Vanaf € 186,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info


Over Ulagalla Resort


  • romantiek
  • kleinschalig
  • wifi
  • gourmet en wellness

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Ulagalla Resort
v.a. € 186 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Ulagalla Chalet
Airco, TV, DVD-speler, WiFi, minibar, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche, jacuzzi, privé-terras met zwembad en tuinzicht.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Bar
• Lounge
• Bibliotheek
• Fitnesscentrum
• Spa
• WiFi
• Oppasservice
• Laundry-service
• Businesscentrum


• Wandelen
• Kajakvaren
• Fietsexcursie
• Paardrijden
• Yoga
• Diverse watersporten

Anuradhapura werd in 437 voor Christus gesticht door koning Anuradha en was eeuwenlang de hoofdstad van Sri Lanka en het centrum van het Boeddhisme op het eiland.

"Beautiful rooms in a beautiful setting; food needs a little work"

The rooms - or chalets or bungalows or whatever you want to call them - are breathtaking. Huge suites nestled in the jungle, with enormous living rooms, cozy bedroom, beautiful bathrooms and lovely decks with plunge pools. Everything was exquisite. A/C worked great, plenty of plugs, light in the bathroom, etc. Only quibble is that as the plunge pools are in the shade and not heated, you may not make much use of them. Banks are provided with every villa and are a great way to get around the property - I enjoyed exploring a bit to see birds and water buffalo. Service is extremely attentive - only quibble there was that I could never get a coffee cup in my room (becuase they are "supposed to be there", staff wouldn't bring with room service... this kept happening for all 3 days of my stay, and meant I could never have a hot cup of coffee, which wasn't much of a loss because the coffee was dreadful!). Otherwise, everyone was responsive and kind (as they are throughout Sri Lanka). The pool area was beautiful - wish we'd had more time to enjoy it. We used Ulagalla as a base for exploring Dambulla, Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Sigiriya), it is a bit of a drive to each, but to me beats moving hotels each night. The hotel was great about providing box breakfasts etc for early departures. Only quibble was the food at dinner (I enjoyed my morning egg hoppers no end). The Sri Lankan food, which I had 2 nights, was very skimpy (and one night was cold) and lacking in variety compared to the feasts of rice and curry, with multiple dishes of vegetables (here just potatoes and dal) that I ate at other hotels and road side joints throughout Sri Lanka. I didn't eat the Western food as that's not what I travel for! The service was a bit fussy too - I can't stand when waiters are always hovering and touching and rearranging. Do however pay the $30 or whatever it is for a table by the pool (interestingly that wasn't 'the night my food was cold), the setting is lovely. Spa treatments were great. Both therapists we encountered were Aman alumnae from Southeast Asia (as is the general manager). Be warned that there's not a real wall between the two spa rooms - it stops before the ceiling - and if you have a treatment at the same time as some one else, you'll be able to hear everything in their room. Apart from that though, the spa is a gorgeous setting and the therapists are great - even though I think it would be better to train local people than to bring in women from the Philippines or Indonesia on multi-year contracts. A luxurious and comforting base from which to explore the cultural triangle.

"Enough of Temples? Go horse riding!!"

Uga Ulagalla, is a great place to unwind. If I did it again I'd fly from Colombo to Anuradhapura, and drive from there to Uga Ulagalla, if you arrive in the morning you could visit the ruins of the old city then head to the hotel. Beyond that, in my opinion the only visit's really not to be missed are the climb up Sigiriya Rock, and perhaps the Dambulla cave temple. All the rest are just more of the same, by the coffee table book! So if you're not into endless temple ruins avoid the frenetic Sri Lankan roads and just hangout at the hotel there's plenty to do. The highlight, at Uga Ulagalla for me were 'Rolex' and 'Atlas' the beautiful horses we rode at sunrise one morning, just spectacular! I could have done that every morning rather than you know what...lol

"wonderful restaurant staff, peacful, serene place, wildlife outside the bungalow - NEVER STAYED ANYWHERE LIKE THIS"

we really loved staying here. we were here for almost a week and absolutely loved it. waking up with the monkeys playing outside the bedroom window, birds dipping in our own, private pool, peacocks wandering around in the fields, the food and service in the restaurant was tremendous. the guys are incredible friendly, chatty and helpful. we especially enjoyed talking to Sam and Indika the food and bev managers and assistant manager about wines and food. also there is a good selection on vegetarian food and the rice and curry as well as the cottu we can highly recommend. the grounds are beautiful, the pool is wonderful, the spa is very good. every bungalow has two bikes which can be used to go for a little trip outside the hotel or within the grounds and to get you from your bungalow to the restaurant/pool. the bungalows are massive and there is a lovely surprise which awaits you when you come back from your dinner and the turn down service was done :-) why i have given only a very good rating: the internet in the room was almost non-existing. most of the time it did not work the reception when you arrive is ridiculous. when you get there and no-one is waiting you don't know where the reception is as you can't see it. also if it is raining you have to walk a few meters to get to some cover. pretty much all the staff at the reception were very full of themselves and not really very helpful most of the time. we tried changing money for about 3 days until they finally gave us the change we requested (and this is not what we expect from a luxury hotel). the tours they offer are ridiculously overpriced. get a tuck tuck into town (they go up and down outside the hotel infrequently and there is also a little stall just outside the hotel or a bit further up the road for water and drinks at a fraction of the price) or get a local driver-company to pick you up and take you to Anuradhapura for example. the road to get to the hotel is very bad (we were told they are in the process of doing it) and there was no sign outside the gate so if you don't know where it is ... the GPS was not much help to us, the driver had to keep on asking people on the street. there is no shuttle service to the city as we have seen in other hotels which are a bit outside. the location is pretty remote, you need a driver/tuk tuk would we stay there again? yes, definitely, the really friendly restaurant staff and our own little plunge pool made it for us.


Absolutely amazing hotel, best Sri Lankan food! The hotel has absolutely everything you can possibly need, fantastic swimming pool, personal plunge pool, bikes to ride around the property. And you can't miss the peacocks!!

"Peaceful luxury - if there is such a thing!"

We spent two nights here in December and cherished every minute of it. 20 private villas set over a huge land - totally private and romantic. The service was impeccable and consistent. We really enjoyed the bike rides around the water tanks and watching peacocks around the villa. Each villa has its own plunge/jacuzzi pool and wasn't that appealing. Food was fine and of good standard. Deserves the current top spot in SLH! Definitely will go there again.

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