Location is actually called Andrews Lodge. No signs leading to the location, so be sure to have a map or directions for your driver from the train station. Peaceful and more quiet location away from city center, but only a short 10-15 minute downhill walk into town. It is much colder in Nuwara Eliya, bring a jacket! Accomodation was basic and good value for backpackers considering how expensive the town of Nuwara Eliya can be. Shower was hot, tea kettle and cups provided in the limited kitchen. Not much food directly nearby, closest 5 minute option is Restaurant Guru, located at the King Fern Lodge, down the hill. The listing says $2 breakfast option available, but this is not correct. The bare bulbs in the rooms gave me a headache and the towels were stinky, old, and stale. The bedding could also use an update. I think this place could use a big update in the decor considering all of the young backpackers passing through.. Owner was nice and offered us transportation to Horton Planes for a fee, but we decided it was not worth it due to all the hefty entrance fees including a driver entrance fee. Overall I would recommend this place for a short one night stay if your on a budget.