Hotel Tree of Life standing tall in its antique splendour it has a glorious history since its conception in the year 1900. Thereby passing the 100th mile stone, Tree Of Life recalls the glory days situated at Yahalatenna surrounded by 700 acres of Tea plantations, playing home to the British soldiers who owned the surrounding estate area as well as being the perfect hideout for Lord Mount Barren during the dark period of Second World War.It has also been one of the resting places during the Sinhala Kandyan era, where people from different parts of Sri Lanka visited this area on their way to hill capital, or during their journey to other parts of Central province.Situated in an area of great ancient atmosphere the area not only is valued for its antiquity but also for the treasures hidden beneath the earth such as silicon, amethyst and crystal clear spring water, which adds indescribable value to the whole picture combining values of unearthed surprises, surrounding beauty and the great history.
Located 14 km away from Kandy Town, the property is also 12 km from Peradeniya Botanical Garden. Bandaranaike International Airport is a 3-hour drive away.
Due to the exotic location of the Hotel Tree of Life in Kandy, guests have the privilege of visiting some of the most important venues in the island. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a must visit with hundreds of pilgrims seen worshipping on a daily basis. The magnificent yet calm Kandy Lake sits in the centre of the city where you can enjoy evening walks or even boat rides. Further away in Peradeniya, the Royal Botanical Gardens is a fine place for the nature lover and horticulturist with a range of fern and flora displayed. There are many cultural locations, museums and old temples that you can visit while the cool climes of Nuwara Eliya is approximately an hour away.