Mennonite Guesthouse

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The Mennonite Guesthouse truly is one of the most relaxing locations you will find in Nairobi. The Guest House has a very unique feel to it. It is secluded, beautifully landscaped, and is managed by a very friendly staff.

I have had the privilege of staying at the guest house multiple times and in all my travels across Kenya, returning to the Mennonite Guest house is always a good time to "refuel" before heading off again".

One very interesting thing I can observe through my multiple visits is that there is progress in this place.

Most Kenyan hotels are only getting worse over time as different features break down and the management, for who knows what reason, does not invest in fixing the issue.

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And as most hotels follow this trend the Guest House shows progress. In my first visit in March meals were being served under a tent.

When I returned in May guest were now enjoying their meals in a beautifully constructed dinning hall.

Another note on the meals. They are excellent every time. All you can eat American style dishes and tea and coffee served twice a day between meals. Highly recommended. You'll enjoy your stay.

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