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Laragai House

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Originally built as a country retreat by Lords Valentine and Michael Cecil, Laragai offers unparalleled seclusion and comfort in a breathtaking setting. This private home, owned by George and Lucilla Stephenson, is only booked on an exclusive-use basis.

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Lewa House

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Lewa House is a stunningly attractive residence set on top of a hill on Lewa Wildlife Conservancy with an engaging panoramic view of rolling landscape, luggas and hills. On the horizon lies the Mathews Range and the sacred mountain of the Samburu, Ol Lolokwe.

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Kifaru - rhinoceros in Swahili - is the most prestigious of the houses on the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and provides fully inclusive accommodations for a maximum of 12 people. It sits perched on top of a hill with an endless panorama of the surrounding countryside and distant views of the snow-capped peak of Mount Kenya.

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Sandai Homestay & Cottages

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In the vicinity of the Aberdares National park, is Petra Allmendingers comfortable farm house and guest cottages where one side looks out at the Aberdares and the other faces Mt Kenya, Kenya’s two amazing water towers and mountains. The Samburu word for beautiful is sandai.

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Mutamaiyu House

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Mutamaiyu House is perched on a hilltop with panoramic views of the savannah. Described by a visitor as "Heaven on a Hill" this magnificent family-owned house is named after the ancient grove of twisting olive trees that grow around it.

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Ol Pejeta House

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One of Mt Kenya region’s best kept secrets and originally the home of famed multi-millionaire, Adnan Khashoggi, Ol Pejeta House is a beautiful private house set within the pristine calm of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

If one of your ambitions is to retreat back to history, to the bygone traditions of Kenya’s farmhouse hospitality, then Ol Pejeta House is the place to stay.

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Pelican House

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Pelican House is a self catering thatched upcountry cottage. It has an open plan living and dining room with a huge fireplace, and a separate equipped kitchen. The bedrooms open onto the covered veranda and a wooden deck extends out towards the dam and extensive views. The grounds are maintained, a lawn and colourful gardens, but the natural bush habitat surrounds it all.

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Mukima House

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Mukima House is an old cedar wood farmhouse built during the early 1900’s, when the farm was used for cattle ranching. The grand old farmhouse, uninhabited for several years has been restored to its original glory and fitted with attractive furniture and striking décor in African / Far Eastern style.

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