Kiangazi House is a small extremely comfortable lodge run by a small number of Kenyans!
It is run well , the staff are friendly helpful !
The rooms are well decorated. Simple but very comfortable with large baths for those that like a hot tub.
It was an excellent experience compounded by Chris ,our guide for the game drives ,managing to show us the the solitary resident male lion in the Oserian reserve .
The highlight of the trip was the sundowners they served around a campfire within the reserve.
It was an almost spiritual experience to watch the herds of game on the plain with the mountains in the background as dusk set in while sipping a decent glass of red.
The food served at all meals was excellent. The Chef discussed what we would like to eat at dinner just after we completed lunch.
He made kid friendly meals like spaghetti for our younger one while we had more elaborate 4 course meals.
The staff was very friendly and efficient. The house itself has a very relaxed feel and dollops of colonial charm .We'll definitely be going back for a longer stay soon.
If you are visiting with kids I would recommend that you take the garden rooms which are slightly apart from the main house and have attached verandas with a great view
Kiangazi House is a luxurious and spacious country home overlooking Lake Naivasha Olaidien Bay in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya. With delightful lush and colourful gardens, rolling lawns and a view to compliment the beautiful setting, it’s ironic that “Kiangazi” is the Swahili word meaning “hot and dry season”.
A salt lick and water hole is excellently located at the bottom of the garden for animals to congregate at. A swimming pool is creatively blended into the surrounding garden. Accommodation consists of 5 rooms each of which has its own distinctive character and en-suite bathroom.
Kiangazi Lodge is approximately 100 km from Nairobi by road and around 27 km from turnoff onto Moi South Lake, Lake Naivasha.Kiangazi has its own airstrip nearby and charter flights from Nairobi take around 20 minutes.
Kiangazi Lodge has 5 rooms. Each room has its own distinctive character with en-suite bathroom.
Three of the rooms (1 twin, 2 doubles) are inside the main house, one of these being the Ibis suite which has its own fireplace and mini-bar.
2 new garden rooms are situated outside the main house and have their own private verandas. (3 smaller annex rooms can be made available for larger groups).
Sitting room, dining room
Dining room with satellite TV
Guided bush walks
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