It’s a quaint little building at the waning of the town. Pedro Hotel, Nuwara Eliya established in 1896 still exists as of old with its unpretentious facade and its old fashioned wooden interior. Some of the furniture and pictures that adorn the walls correspond to that time.
The wide entrance with its broad teak framed glass doors open in welcome into the parlour. The old Ceylon wooden furniture, Victorian hat and coat stands and old fashioned wicker reclining chairs lend a subtle charm and a sense of rest.
The wide dining room has a high ceiling. Seven round tables are widely spaced in readiness to seat a foursome at each, they stand on a red carpet that if able to talk, would speak of diners of long ago.
The walls of the bedrooms have a varnished wood paneling with comfortable beds, single or double and other essential facilities together with that-all-important factor “Cleanliness” that go to make an enjoyable stay.
There is enough water... hot or cold to drown or poach an egg. Aha! And there is that most important liqueur bar.
Foreign and local brands - you ask it they have it and a clean wide area where you can sit at a mini table and sip away to “Kingdom Come”.
from Berlin, Germany