The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is a boutique hotel in the African wilderness, only 75 kilometres north of Mount Kenya and located within a 20,000 acre private conservancy.
Perched on the flanks of a wooded rock Kopje, in the heart of this private conservation area, the Sanctuary is situated at the community-owned Kijabe Group Ranch, on the far northern escarpment of the Laikipia Plateau, with enormous views to the craggy peak of Mt Kenya, the Samburu sacred mountain Ol Olokwe, the Matthews Range and the Karisia Hills.
This private conservation area, known as The Ol Lentille Conservancy, is 14,500 acres of grassy hills and deep valleys, heavily wooded with many acacia species and African olives. The Conservancy is home to the endangered African wild dog, greater kudu, leopard, striped, spotted hyena, and klipspringer.
Ol Lentille comprises four extremely luxurious, fully-staffed, full-service houses. The houses are available either individually or via exclusive use of the whole property. Each architect-designed house echoes a Voice of Africa and is located to ensure your privacy. All the Houses have an abundant mixture of unique courtyards, decks, gardens, and lawns. Some have plunge pools. Each bedrooms has it's own bathroom.
Great food is tailored to your tastes served wherever and whenever you want by an international chef. Choose from a specialized wine list of twelve great red and twelve great white wines from the southern hemisphere.
The staff are always available and nothing is too much trouble for them. They will give you as much, or as little, help with all your needs as you desire. If you want your butler to fix your drink, he will. But you should feel completely free to do it yourself if you like.