We stayed at this eco-camp for five nights, using it as a base for one day trips in our own hire car, before moving on. We loved the quiet seclusion of the place and the big garden, where all the tents are, is full of flowers, interesting plants and trees, and wild birds. The service was always friendly and helpful (especially when we wanted dinner saved because our car had broken down); the staff liked to chat and get to know you. Breakfast was a bit thin; we thought fresh fruit could be included instead of an extra dish you pay for, and something more could have been served with the cooked egg dish. But the dinners were excellent; tasty and varied. We especially liked the long dining table on the terrace for all the guests, as it got us chatting to other travellers; but there are several other tables if you want to be separate. The site is very secure and you can park the car inside. Some guests found the barking dogs distubed them at night, but on our side of the camp we were not troubled. The camp is well positioned for trips to Lake Magadi, to Nairobi National Park and to the south-east, but you have a slow drive through the suburbs if you want to go towards Naivasha and Nakuru or towards Mt Kenya. The immediate area around the camp is leafy suburb; large houses in their own grounds and we took several short walks in the district without any problems. There's an excellent shopping centre nearby. We would definitely stay again if we ever returned to Nairobi.