Jetwing St. Andrew’s sits 6,182 feet (1’884 meters) above sea level cradled amidst the mist-covered mountains of Sri Lanka. This stately Georgian style mansion, which was converted into a Scots Club in 1875, still preserves the charm of the colonial era with its distinctive English country ambience. Steeped in charm and history Jetwing St. Andrew’s stands an icon of the Sri Lankan highlands.
The drive up to the hotel is a scenic one, with lush greenery, waterfalls, tea estates and majestic mountains. It is approximately 170 Km (5 hours) from the Bandaranaike International Airport. Land and the surrounding area of the hotel is set in 6 acres.
The rooms at Jetwing St. Andrew’s reflect the old world colonial charm of its architecture. Discover the charms of traditional bedchambers, four-poster beds and other quaint facilities.