ACK Guest House Nairobi

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First visit at ACK Guest House Nairobi, I had been warned not to expect too much, However the staff were very friendly and efficient, the rooms perfectly adequate and self contained.

I was in a single room, and there are twins in adjacent blocks.

The rooms are en-suite. There is a dining room and it is buffet service. Food was hot with a small choice.

This guest house is run by the Anglican Church of Kenya and is ideally suited as a base for Christian visitors to Nairobi - we stopped for one night to allow us to make an early morning transfer to the airport.

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Breakfast was provided for us at 5am. However it is not 'in your face' Christian in its operation, so it should be suitable for most folk prepared to be considerate to other guests. It is an alcohol free area.

There is 24 hour security on the gate and we had a quiet nights sleep (unlike some previous stays in Nairobi!).

I'd definitely stop here again for a stop over in Nairobi -

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