Situated on a 50 acre piece of land along the Ngobit River, Laikipia District, adjacent to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, the Lodge was originally built in the early 1960’s as a Club and has now been carefully restored maintaining its original character.
The landscape is a combination of dry forest and relics of riverine forest trees with views of Mt. Kenya and the Aberdares. Paths have been cleared along the riverbank for walking and bird watching. There are two resident groups of colobus monkeys.
The Lodge has 6 charming twin cottages each with en-suite showers. The lounge, dining room and kitchen are part of the old clubhouse which is centrally located and easily accessed from the cottages.
The cottages are supplied with linen and towels. If you want children/ babies sleeping in the room with you please bring camp bed/travel cot and bedding. For lighting, there is a generator for use at night though you will need to bring your own petrol – approximately 5 litres per night on the basis of use from 6.30-10.30 p.m.
The Lodge is offered on a self-catering basis for up to 12 guests with a gas cooker. There is no fridge.