Known for its abundant greenery, tea-clad landscapes, steep gorges, unbridled forests and gushing waterfalls, spanned by arched bridges inspired by the Scottish Highlands, Hatton is fast becoming a unique holiday destination for tourists around the world.
Founded during the British Colonial Era to serve as a surrogate for tea and coffee plantations, the town was named after a small village in Aberdeen shire, Scotland. Most often, the mornings are veiled in a mist that slowly dissipates to reveal the hillside brightly overlaid with neatly trimmed tea bushes, the primary occupation of the rural community.
With its envious attributes of nature, Kuda Oya is surrounded by azure mountains that shimmer in the distance during the day, only to be shrouded by the gentle cover of the mist as dusk draws near. Renowned for its lush greenery, cool climate, breathtaking vistas and tea-drinking culture resembling life in the Scottish Highlands, Kuda Oya is an undeniably popular travel destination, and the home of The Argyle.
Located 3.7km from the Hatton Town and 36km to Nuwara Eliya, The Argyle, nestled on a scenic elevation to offer the best views of Adam's Peak. It is currently the only small luxury hotel within a 10 minutes’ from Hatton Town.
For a quintessential highland experience, come to The Argyle.
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