Giraffes live in the extensive grounds of this manor house and stick their heads through the windows in the hope of being fed. This charming old estate is renowned as a sanctuary for this endangered species and the animals have become so tame they try and enter the manor with you!
You are likely to see the giraffes staring into your second floor bedroom window early in the morning and at breakfast they stretch their entire head and neck through the breakfast room windows, and expect you to feed them some pellets.
This owner-run stately Scottish manor house built in 1932, has six bedrooms and is a most dignified way to start and / or end your East African safari. You feel like a weekend guest at a country estate.