Eco Point Ella, Ella
About Eco Point Ella, Ella
Explore your inner voice amid the misty silence and serenity of nature. Drown yourself with the mountainous fresh air.. EcoPoint is a piece of heaven snuggled into tea plantations, in the highlands of central Lanka. It si located within easy distance to famous natural and historic sites, and is a wonderful location for nature walks, relaxation, or learning folk lifestyle significant with Sri Lankan hospitality.
We offer four lovely comfortable rooms with bathrooms, spacious living area for a wonderful family or gang getaway. Serving both local and foreign cuisine as per request, with healthy gourmet to nourish you from the inside, with variety to ensure that you never get bored. Entertainment, transportation, drivers, WiFi and many more facilities are available.
An Economical and Eco-friendly location for all travelers alike, here lays the beauty and relaxation you were looking to getaway to.. Please book prior to your arrival.
Location of Eco Point Ella, Ella
Ella Rock is 3.5 km from Eco Point Ella.
Accommodation at Eco Point Ella, Ella
Located in the ground and upper floor, trendy furnishing, polished tile floors offer a certain rustic element to the rooms that is truly Sri Lankan. Spacious Bathrooms with shower, provided with hot & cold water. Beautiful Mountain view over the windows. Wi-Fi Hotspot to cover all your online requirements. Cable TV facility available to select channels based on your need .
Facilities at Eco Point Ella, Ella
Offering a garden, Eco Point Ella offers accommodation in Ella. Demodara Nine Arch Bridge is 3.1 km from the property. Free private parking is available on site.
Due to the lack of Iron during 1st world war, this construction was built without iron or steel, in 1921 the longest viaduct in the east at the time. At an altitude of 3100feet, this arch design was a result of ingenuity by the English, heeded by a local village head.
Only a short walk from Ella town, this is well worth the effort! Great views from the top of the surrounding mountain ranges and tea plantations. Hike to the adjacent peak from the view point for the best view and most memorable camera captures.
These tunnels prove beyond doubt the architectural brilliance of legendary King Ravana. The tunnel is said to have served as a quick means of transport through the hills, a passage said to be 11km long, running behind the Dowa temple.
The house was built in Colonial days by an English aristocrat and planter Sir Thomas Villiers, former Chairman of George Steuart Co, a trading and estate agency based in Colombo.
Horton Plains in Sri Lanka, is the coldest and windiest wilderness in the country. It consists of ecosystems such as Montane evergreen forests, cloud forest, grass lands, marshy lands and aquatic ecosystem.
The Dowa rock temple could be considered as a Mahayana Sculpture with a huge unfinished huge Buddha image carved into the bare rock face. The temple dates back to the 1st century BC, to the time of king Walagamba with paitings and architecture preserved from the era.