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Situated on a big land of forested land just 30 minutes drive from Nairobi’s City Centre.

NUMBER OF ROOMS: 6 double bedrooms

Room Ammenities:

Each of the six bedrooms in the manor house is tastefully decorated with rich furnishings of a bygone era. One bedroom is furnished with all of Karen Blixen\'s (\'Out of Africa\') furniture, which she gave to Jock Leslie-Melville owner of the house in the \'Happy Valley\' days. The upstairs hall has the bookcases that Denys Finch-Hatton made for her. Every room exudes class and comfort with a sense history around each corner.

Room Amenities:

There are four double rooms with bath, as well as one double room with shower (which is suitable for children traveling with parents).

Special features:

You are likely to see the giraffes staring into your second floor bedroom window early in the morning and at breakfast they stretch their entire head and neck through the breakfast room windows, and expect you to feed them some pellets.


   1. Dinner is usually hosted at one long table laid for silver service and waited on by white-jacketed butlers. It is a friendly affair where you mingle with the other guests and quickly make new friends. all meals (prepared by a gourmet chef), tea, wine and cocktails.
   2. Lunches, teas, cocktails and dinners are also available to groups of fifteen or more. The breakfast morning room is light and airy with large windows, through which you can View the giraffes staring hungrily.

GENERAL FACILITIES: all inclusive, personal attention, giraffes on grounds

   1. Guests can feed and photograph the giraffe and the Warthogs at the Manor, and also wander through the adjoining primeval forest to view the bushbuck, dik dik, and more than 180 species of birds.
   2. Nature walks, feed and photo graph the giraffes, Learn more about wildlife and the conservation of nature next door at the AFEW giraffe center. The manor is a short giraffe-step from several of Nairobi’s other natural attractions, including Karen Blixen’s farmhouse and Daphne Sheldrick’s famous elephant orphanage.
   3. Guests can also visit the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (AFEW) educational center and sanctuary.

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