The palm dotted quaint little town of Seruwawila in Tricomalee is famous for the ruins of Mihintale Stupa, considered is a cradle of Buddhism in Sri Lankadagaba, built in the 3rd century B.C. by King Kavantissa, father of Duttha Gamini, to enshrine the Frontal Bone Relic of the Buddha. . You can still see the remains of medical spas and the ancient stone carvings. There are many tourists attractions like the Dambulla cave temples listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List that are accessible from Seruwaeila.
There are not many hotels in Seruwawila and Trincomalee would be a good choice to stay. To find out more on the accommodation options in and around Seruwawila, refer our cheap list of hotels.