The Adisham Bungalow or Adisham Hall is located about 3km away from Haputale town, Badulla district. It is a monastery run by Benedictine Monks. The bungalow attracts every eye that falls on it. This place was created by Sir Thomas Lister Villiers, came to Ceylon as a trainee on Elbedde Estate, Bogawantalawa.
Visit http://www.adisham.org for more information.
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