About Ngong House
Ngong House is a unique experience. Although you will be staying in ‘treehouses’ you will enjoy a very high degree of luxury. Four poster beds,crisp linen and exquisite, gourmet food are just the beginning. The main house and each treehouse have fully stocked bars.
The evenings start with sundowners on your verandah at tree level, from where you can watch the breathtaking sunsets over the Ngongs Hills. Nature lovers can enjoy a large variety of birds feeding from the birdfeeder hanging in front of each treehouse. After sunset, before dinner, drinks will continue with the other guests around the camp fire under an acacia tree nearby the swimming pool.
Ngong House ideally situated to visit many of Kenya’s best attractions :
Nairobi National Park, Karen Blixen Museum, wonderful golf courses and the exciting market in down town Nairobi,etc.
We have four wheel drive vehicles to take you there
Nature walks are a must, especially to visit the Giraffe Center ( home of the endangered Rothchild Giraffe), a twenty minute walk from Ngong House..
Built entirely from wood the treehouses are on two levels with a bedroom area upstairs and a living area on the lower floor. They are raised 15 ft from the ground to gain an uninterrupted view of the Ngong Hills over unspoiled bush. They have grass roofs made in the traditional African way.
Large four poster beds grace the upper-level bedroom area, promising a luxurious nights sleep.
The front of the treehouse is given over to glass and a verandah. Here you can eat, sleep, sunbathe or just enjoy the view
Luxury accommodation in cottages with fire places, elegant stone bathrooms, satellite televison and internet connections, minibar and private pool with private bar.
About Karen Blixen Cottages
The Historic Swedo House at the Karen Blixen Coffee Garden and Cottages, Ltd. was the original hunting lodge/farm house which was built around 1906 to 1908. It is located approximately a half mile from the Karen Blixen (Bogani House) museum, and is 15 minutes from downtown Nairobi. When the house was built, it was surrounded by indigenous forest (bush and grasslands), most which was cleared for use as agriculture, particularly coffee in the first quarter of the 20th century.
The old historic house has been renovated as a lounge where you can come enjoy breakfast or lunch, afternoon tea and cocktails and candlelight dinner or after dinner cocktails. Enjoy the historic, copper plated fire place and music playing on the old Gramophone while you listen to talks by “safari guides of golden days in Africa” and internationally known wildlife experts. Formal group “Out of Africa” dinners or receptions can be arranged by reservation. Cottage” facilities have now been completed to house as many as 30 guests. The cottages have also been designed after the historic Swedo House. All elegantly appointed cottages have hi-beam ceilings with fireplaces, wood and mazeras stone floors. Each bedroom has a large bathroom with its own shower and bath and also contain robes, slippers and hairdryers. Satellite televison, internet connections and telephones are available in all rooms.
- Cottage facilities house as many as 30 guests. Eight of the cottages have individual suites and three have two bedroom suites with a common large sitting room. The honeymoon cottage has a large bedroom and sitting room each with a fireplace.
- All well appointed cottages have hi-beam ceilings with fireplaces, wood and mazeras stone floors. Mini bars, satellite TVs and internet connections have also been installed.
- Each bedroom has a large bathroom with its own shower and bath. Internet connections and phones are available in all rooms. Three cottages have two private suites with a separate dressing room.
- All cottages have a verandah for relaxing while enjoying the birds, butterflies and flowers of the garden. We provide feeders to attract a wide variety of birds.