Welcome to the Adisham

A four km drive from Haputale will lead you to Adisham, a monastery run by Benedictine Monks. Wrapped in the tranquility of the misty hills

History of Adisham

It was built by British noble man and a planter Sir. Thomas Lister Villiers, a British governor in 1931

Tudor and Jacobean Style

The bungalow is made of vigorous granite stone walls and long, narrowed windows and chimneys. Obviously it’s a luxury house

Beauty of the Adisham

Hundreds of varieties of Orchids, Roses are planted in the Garden. The bungalow upsides to a bird sanctuary,.

Night View

Feel the experience with adisham night

Open for Visitors only Weekends,Poya Days & Everyday of School Vacation

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About Adisham

A four km drive from Haputale will lead you to Adisham, a monastery run by Benedictine Monks. Wrapped in the tranquility of the misty hills...
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Visit Adisham

We Show only portion of Adisham Only on Saturdays, Sundays, Poya days and All Days of School Vacation on 9.00 a.m to 4.30 p.m Excluding Christmas Days and Good Friday
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Holly Mass

Time of the Holy Mass 7.00 a.m (Week days) 7.15 a.m (Sundays) Time of the community prayers: 6.00 a. m - 7.30 p. m
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History of Adisham

Build on 1931 The house was designed in the Tudor style, on the lines of Leeds Castle in Kent, with stout granite walls of locally quarried stone…
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Golden Jubilee

1962-2012 We proudly celebrated our Golden Jubilee On 19th July 2012 at 10.00 a.m at St. Benedict’s Monastery, Adisham, Haputhale, Sri Lanka.
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Beauty of Adisham

Adisham is the ideal place, surrounded by birds’ sanctuary and thick forest cover you are in to enjoy nature’s beauty.
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Image Gallery

Varies kind of Images including this image gallery and you can watch it through selected topics.
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Adisham Products

Adisham community also maintains the orchards surrounding the monastery. The Monks with the help of a few village workers cultivate …

Come as a Guest..Leave as a Friend..Stay at Adisham

Welcome to Adisham guest house. If you need a real rest from your busy schedule, relax a bit...

Facilities

Don’t expect hotel facilities but hot water, blanket, bed-sheets and towels are provided.

Charges

At present we charge Rs 3000/= per head for a day with meals.

For children the charge is Rs 1500/=. For a day.

Make a Reservation

Please Contact +94 057-2268030

Book the place at least three weeks ahead and on confirmation you will have to make an advance

Deposit which will not be refunded.

For Your Kind Attention

It should be emphasized that however Adisham is not a commercial guest house and guests should not expect hotel amusements and are expected to be considerate of the rules of the community and No liquor or smoking is allowed in public places, parlor or dining room. Maintain silence as much as possible.

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Adisham Products Are Natural

fruitsAdisham community also maintains the orchards surrounding the monastery. The Monks with the help of a few village workers cultivate strawberries, guavas, Seville oranges and other vegetables.

The fruit of the orchards is used to produce natural jams, cordials and jellies for which Adisham has made itself famous in every nook and corner in the island. The income gained through the sales is used for the maintenance of the place. Adisham Products are natural, We produce natural jams, cordials, jellies , Chutney, In Syrup, Sauce and you can buy from Adisham Shop Situated at Adisham Bungalow Premises and other outlets are situated at Haputale, Colombo Main Road and Sacred Heart Church, Rajagiriya (077-6745516).

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Adisham Documentary DVD

dvdFull HD Movie of Adisham Documentary with English and Sinhala Languages Voices, You can Buy from Adisham Shop for Rs 200/=

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