Adisham Bungalow Entry Fee.

Adisham Bungalow Entry Fee.

What is the ticket cost to enter Adisham Bungalow?

Adisham Bungalow Entry fee

Multiple names - same place.

Similar to other tourist sights in Sri Lanka, Adisham Bungalow is know under a variety of names.

Adisham Bungalow is also known as Adisham Hall.

It also hosts St Benedict’s Monastery.

What is Adisham Bungalow?

Adisham Bungalow was once the country house of Sir Thomas Lester Villiers (31 October 1869 – 21 December 1959).  

Today it houses the Adisham Monastery of the St. Benedict.

The Hall and gardens are a picturesque sight were worth visiting when you are visiting Haputale and the surrounding area.

The entrance fee is economical and therefore is a good experience if you are on a budget.

Why is it called Adisham Bungalow?

The building of Adisham Hall started in 1927 and was completed in 1931. You can see the date on the entrance to the main building.

It was named “Adisham” after Thomas Listers’ hometown in Kent, UK.

Adisham Bungalow was sold in 1949 (ten years before Listers death). 

In 1960, the Adisham bungalow was bought and is now used as a  theological training centre for the Benedictine Fathers of the Roman Catholic Church. 

The front part of the bungalow is open to tourists (two rooms) and the back part is retained as the monastery.

The 10-acre Adisham Estate is full of flowers as well as well-grown fruit trees. Jams, cordials, chutneys, syrups etc. Produced in the Adisham bungalow using these fruits.

Adisham Bungalow has been used as a holiday home by the elite since the time of Thomas Lister. Even if you don’t have

Adisham Bungalow is located just outside Haputale on the B48 Road between Haputale and Boralanda.

GlenMyu Estate is a twenty five minute drive from Adisham Bungalow.

What are the entry costs to Adisham Bungalow?

The entry fee to Adisham Bungalow is very economical at LKR 500.

At December 2023 this is around
GBP £1.30
Euros €1.50

A copy of the ticket provides by our guests in December 2023.

You can read our BlogPost about our experience with Ru’s parents to Adisham Bungalow “Our day trip to Adisham Bungalow”.

The gardens at Adisham Bungalow.

The gardens are a highlight of visiting Adisham Bungalow.

The gardens at Adisham Bungalow.
The gardens at Adisham Bungalow.
The gardens at Adisham Bungalow.

Viewing the rooms at Adisham Hall.

There are only two rooms to view at Adisham Hall. 
It’s an interesting experience, especially if you are used to seeing well funded museums in Europe. 
The rooms are a little dusty and not messy, however, this adds to the experience.

The guide is enthusiatic and fantastic and makes this a special experience.

The gift shop - Jams and Cordials.

You can further support the enterprise by buying some homemade jams and cordials from the shop. Maybe a jam would be a good gift to take home to for your family to sample.

Stay at GlenMyu Estate and visit Adisham Bungalow.

If you want to stay in a peaceful part of the Sri Lankan Hill Country whilst you visit Horton Plains, Ella Town Nine Arch bridge, Diyaluma Falls and more Glenmyu Estate is an ideal place for your holiday. 

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