A striking 06 bed roomed modern hotel located within 05 minutes walk to the centre of town. The hotel offer great views across the city towards Kikiliyamana range in the distance with Pedro range in front. It's located on the old Udupusellawe road, Nuwara ELiya, offering the comforts of a modern hotel at an affordable price. Enjoy the chilly climate of the "Little Engalnd" at Cottage 42 in Nuwara Eliya.


Relax and enjoy,
Chill out,
Great food & hot water
Mist drifts in
Misty trails of tea!


Cottage 42 is comprised of 06 modern rooms that are set in two different levels to ensure privacy, and offers the best view from the rooms towards the misty hills of Nuwara Eliya clad in tea. All rooms come standard with modern en-suite with hot & cold running water and room service. Comfortable beds with clean sheets and down comforters are great to snuggle in the night and keep you warm and cozy during the chilly nights. Room heaters are available on request from the reception. Enjoy a cup of local tea overlooking the busy street below as dusk falls, while the clouds drift in and out against the far away hills drawing the curtain close to another glorious day. Take a walk to the town and savour the delicacies on offer or order from the menu and enjoy a quiet evening. The ideal honeymoon getaway, ensuring a memorable holiday in the misty hills of Sri Lanka to last a life time of memories!


A hot meal after a day of walking
A hot cup of hot tea,
Feast your eyes and drift
The night falls


The in house cook would be glad to rustle whatever you might want to have, of course the choice is yours to either be on pension basis or set menu. The food comes without the additives in these parts of Sri Lanka, where the cooks love to show their prowess in whatever they cook rather than get outside help to do it.

This is tea country, so best you enjoy in their freshest form, visit the local tea trail's on your visit or organize one through the hotel.

In the area  

Never ending walk at Horton plains
Never ending vegetable plots
Uphill and downhill
Through culture and tradition
The dusky maidens plucks tea


Lake Gregory's walk : (20 minutes ) The newly furbished bicycle path and walkway with food on the go is one of the most relaxing walks you'll find in Nuwara Eliya. Ideal time to walk or cycle is dusk, as darkness falls watch the sky change colours and the mountains far away be covered in misty clouds as the day draws to a close.

Victoria park & Town : (10 minutes ) The park was named after the monarch with the same name who was the colonial master of this tiny island off India for nearly one and a half centuries. The climate being very close to temperate, the British enjoyed Nuwara Eliya as their "little England". Most of the architecture would be influenced by the British Tudor style as you look around. Barnes Hall (Grand Hotel), Hill Club, Royal golf course are some of the places that you should visit.

Horton Plains : (1 ½ hours ) Be here at the break of dawn to witness the beginnings of a glorious day at the Horton Plains. A little pond marks the entrance to the park, start early as possible and dress to avoid the morning chill, but you’ll need to cover your head by afternoon from the burning blue skies. An very hard track awaits you, often covered in mist and drenched in dew, the places to see are bakers’ falls, the chimney pool done by a long forgotten colonial planter and the mini world’s end and world’s end.

The plains, which is the identical to a African savannah, is frequented by Elk, Deer, Giant Squirrel, Wild Boar, Wild Hare , Porcupine, and a variety of Migratory birds unique to this region. According to a recent count there are 16 Leopards in Horton Plains. If you are very lucky you may get a glimpse of a Leopard during your stay in the Horton Plains.