Ajabu House, Naivasha

Ajabu house is located on the Gilgil and Malewa delta of lake Naivasha on Loldia Farm which has been in the JD Hopcraft family for over 100 years. There is a large master bedroom with an antique bath offering stunning views across to Lake Naivasha. The bird room is perfect for children with bunk beds and one queen bed. Siriane guest house, nestled among the fig trees, was initially constructed by Italian Prisoners of War during the mid 1930’s and has two spacious en-suite rooms.

Kimana House, Amboseli

This is a beautiful self-catering four-bedroom home set on the banks of a river, and can comfortably sleep eight people. Surrounded by Yellow Fever trees, this secluded area of the sanctuary is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday in the bush.  It has a wonderful on-site manager who can help with housekeeping and washing-up. Kimana Sanctuary is yours to explore by vehicle from the house, and for those wanting to venture further afield, Amboseli National Park is only a forty five minute drive away.

Cozy Point Homes, Malindi

In this charming, owner-run villa, there is a striking painting by the artist Giampaolo Tomasi who portrays the head of the Mijikenda tribe, seats made from traditional dhows, Armando Tanzini sculptures, Indian fabrics and objects, the Italian taste of Lalla Spagnoll’s decor, and more. Six guests can occupy the main house which has three spacious rooms. There are two spacious verandahs and a big swimming pool coupled with a pool deck which would be great for practising yoga.

Pelican House, Nanyuki

Overlooking the serene Pelican Dam, this cosy self-catering cottage sleeps eight, but can sleep 12 on request. Located in the east of the conservancy, it is within easy reach of some of Ol Pejeta’s best wild experiences including the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary. The Pelican Dam is frequently visited by a variety of wildlife, especially in the dry season. The verandah looks out over the tranquil water and is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast with the dawn chorus, or a well-deserved sundowner after a day’s safari.

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