In keeping with the local landscape and artisans of typical Kenya hotels, the accommodation consists of ten cottages constructed from local materials. Five rooms are set right on the seafront and five are set in-between and slightly behind on higher ground. With five doubles and five twins, families can also utilize two of these rooms adapting them to a comfortable triple layout.
All the rooms have large ceiling fans and en-suite bathrooms. There is a central dining room and bar area featuring locally crafted Lamu furniture and overlooking the bay a separate secluded lounge area perfect for unwinding over an ocean sundowner.
Having its own private, fully fitted 60 foot traditional dhow (Utamaduni) its possible by arrangement to organize longer 2 / 3 cruises exploring the uninhabited islands of this fascinating archipelago.
More often than not with the owners in residence, the personal attention to detail and clients is both discreet and attentive. Cuisine naturally features a marine flavour - freshly caught Tuna, Mangrove Crab or prawns are the order of the day, but individual needs and flexible mealtimes are designed to fit in with guests requirements.