An excellent, eco-friendly accommodation. It was cold at night and in the morning and our bed came equipped with a wonderful hot water bottle! The fellowship around the fireplace was a very nice prelude to dinner with almost all of the guests coming from different countries of origin. The Masai guides/drivers into the preserve were absolutely excellent. For two of the three days, our guide was John. He was very patient and persevering. We would find lions, elephants, cheetahs, etc., and he would wait with us as a "story" unfolded. Other lodges guides would drive up, the people would take their photos and off they would go. We stayed and thereby got to see the drama unfold. For example, we came across a treed lion (actually several, but one was plainly visible). The cape buffalo had the tree and area surrounded. We took our photos as did others who drove up. They left. We stayed. Eventually other lions did a flanking action and the cape buffalo moved off to intimidate these newcomers. The treed lions got free. We also had wonderful lunches out on the preserve. An incredible experience!!!!