Giraffe Manor Accommodation
You are transported from Nairobi into the nearby countryside where grand estates used to flourish. One such place still exists - The Giraffe Manor - which exudes a strong colonial feel.
Arriving like a guest invited for a country weekend, you are graciously met by the owners and hosts of the manor, making Giraffe Manor one of the most hospitable and inviting hotels in Kenya. You are also likely to be met by several rather tall and curious residents of the park - rare and endangered Rothschild's Giraffe. Luckily the door is not large enough for them to enter otherwise they surely would!
Each of the six bedrooms in the manor house are tastefully decorated with rich furnishings of a bygone era. One bedroom is furnished with all of Karen Blixen's ('Out of Africa') furniture, which she gave to Jock Leslie-Melville owner of the house in the 'Happy Valley' days. The upstairs hall has the bookcases that Denys Finch-Hatton made for her. Every room exudes class and comfort with a sense history around each corner. The breakfast morning room is light and airy with large windows, through which the giraffes stare hungrily.
Dinner is usually hosted at one long table laid for silver service and waited on by white-jacketed butlers. It is a friendly affair where you mingle with the other guests and quickly make new friends.