Spacious, cozy, modern & private! This is Inshallah, which offers loads of character & is a happy place. Set in a beautiful garden with giant Baobab Trees. Private access to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Ideal for singles & couples. Perfect to recharge! Or If you are looking for a private pool stay at our luxurious Azhari Beach Suite, located on the same property, footsteps from the ocean. Walking distance by beach/road to Restaurants,Bars,Shops & Watersports. Lay back- Relax.
“The cottage is in a fantastic location with private access to the dream beach of Diani Beach. The entire property with the large garden is stylishly designed with great attention to detail (eg at the fireplace). In this environment you literally feel like in paradise. The accommodation itself is just as stylish and is cleaned daily by the staff. The private outdoor area with shower is an absolute highlight, like everything else. The air conditioning in the bedroom was very comfortable, so that you could sleep comfortably in January despite the enormous heat. Nicole's hospitality deserves a special mention. She gave us comprehensive advice before, during and after our stay and gave us a mega ingenious safari and organized further details such as taxi transfers etc. So everything was always organized without us having a lot of work with it. The great restaurants (nomads on the beach, Ali Barbour Cave etc) complete the already perfect location. Thanks to tuk tuk, it was not far to go shopping, about 5 minutes away. Overall, we were able to enjoy an incredibly adventurous, varied, wonderful and unforgettable time, which also inspired our 5 year old son. Highly Recommended. We thank Nicole and everyone else for the great time in Kenya.”
The Cave is a romantic secluded holiday home on Champagne Ridge exclusively for couples. Hidden away, nestled against natural rock, The Cave offers the ultimate feel in warmth and coziness with uninterrupted views across the Great Rift Valley. The perfect place to spend some quality time with your loved one. The Cave in addition to The Castle and Fawlty Tower is one of 3 holiday homes spread across 10 acres of African bush. The Cave is located 12kms from Kona Baridi (the map is incorrect).
“This place is like a little juvel in Kenya! The scenery is amazing and fantastic to observe the unspoiled nature from the terrace or in the morning from the bed. It gives a unique feeling that one side of the room is the actual rock where it's built and the other side is only windows making you feel in your own little romantic cave. Deborah is a warm and helpful person that made our stay super comfortable:)”
Olomayiana is a private self-catering bush camp about 90 minutes from Nairobi Airport and 1.5 hours from Amboseli National Park. It's our home, but work means we often have to be in Nairobi, so we offer it out on Airbnb when we are not there. Bedrooms are either en-suite tents or en-suite cottages. There are staff at the camp to help you with cleaning and washing-up.
“Yolande's place is the perfect retreat away from the city. It is located in a serene location allowing you peace and quiet while enjoying nature. There are enough things around to keep you entertained - horseback riding, pool, nature walk/trek, lovely spots for sundowners, books and boardgames, volleyball net, hammocks, etc. Much thought went into the construction of this retreat with a multitude of accomodation options, including cottage (glass house), dirt/clay hut, and tents. The open kitchen, dining and lounge areas are all well thought out with considerate design elements like using colored glass to allow natural light to enter a room. We also appreciate simple but meaningful touches such as hot water bottles under the bed cover, hot water in a large kettle to make tea, soap/shampoo/conditioner, pool towels, etc. All in all, a wonderful bush/hill retreat that is approximately 2-3 hours from Nairobi (depending on traffic). I highly recommend staying here whether as an individual, couple, group of friends or perhaps even for a small team retreat. Thank you, Yolande!”