Eildon Hall Estate
 

Eildon Hall Estate is situated in the Nuwara Eliya district in Lindula. From Talawakelle, the Estate is approximately 11Km. The Estate covers an area of nearly 160 hectares (395 acres) and lies at an elevation of 4430 feet. The principal crop on the Estate is tea, of which most are mature plants. Eildon Hall Estate’s factory has a production capacity of 18,000Kg of green leaf per day and produces approximately 866,000 Kgs per annum. The factory has the capability of producing both Rotorvane and Black tea.

Originally Eildon Hall was owned by Lunuva (Ceylon) Tea & Rubber Estates Ltd and managed by Harrisons & Crossfields Ltd. Following the Reform Commission Act, the Estate was managed by the Janatha Estate Development Board. Subsequent to privatisation in 1992, the Estate was taken over by Horana Plantations and is currently managed by Ceytea Plantation Management Ltd.

Estate Mark: Eildon Hall
Principal Crop: Tea
Acreage: 160 hectares (395 acres)
Production Capacity: 866,000 Kgs per annum
Awards/Achievements: Highest yield record of 2706kg YPH (2002/2003), Highest profit per hectare (2004/2005)
Number of employees: 436

 
 
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No.100, Deans Road, Colombo 10, Sri Lanka.
Telephone: +94-11-2627318, +94-11-262-7000 (Hunting) . Facsimile: +94-11-262-7323
E-Mail: horanap@hplnet.com
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