I had heard of Mayfield Guest house in Nairobi City over the years from several travels who had enjoyed its hospitality.
I was not disappointed at all when I had the pleasure of staying there in May.
The rooms are clean and comfortable, the facilities met all my needs and the food and friendship in the dining room was wonderful. The grounds provided a quiet place to read and re-focus.
I thank G'd often for the treatment, the rest and care I had there. I was welcomed and taken care of after my tour trip to Kenya.
The food was wonderfully prepared and there was ample supply. There was protein sources, which lacked in the "bush".
It was comfort food leaving out the "junk". I needed to get there to recover from the "bush". A friend needed to recover from working in the Kibera slum, full time.
She came for a weekend respite. Hot showers are there, friendly co mission people, praying and conversing, sharing experiences.
This is like a youth hostile, except that born-again beleivers come with service to Jesus in mind and a mission work to do.
Doing mission work is taxing on the body, so I wholly recommend Mayfield for the retreat it is especially after or during service to the 'least of these".
There is no lack of work to do, only the caring amenities available at Mayfield guest house Nairobi.