It was a good stay, Comfy bed and a fresh water showers. Some places near by used Filtered saline water, thats a real bore.ly sticky and even the sheets were washed in salt so having fresh sheets and pure water was a big plus. Hey and we drank the water too,
Edith who managers the place was a real sweetheart. She able to do your washing and pressing as well.
Just a short walk to the beach down the lane to 40 Thieves Bar. You need sandals for this as there are a few stones. Internet is difficult to get and not cheap if you need it.
if you want surf its a little way away. The beach there is good . Lots of good restaurants $5 by cab away.
A nice private place. Also if you wanted a bigger place or a second group there's a larger house in the same compound.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kitu Kidogo is an exclusive holiday retreat tucked away in a coastal indigenous forest that has been around for centuries. It comprises of two beautiful cottages made out of coral, sandstone and wood showing off the various textures of the ancient Swahili coastline. Each cottage is dressed with intricately hand carved Lamu furniture, Rajhastani and South African soft furnishings and Afghani and Ethiopian wool Rugs. The walls reflect our travels around the globe. Each wall piece has been carefully selected to fit in with the theme of the cottage giving the spaces an exotic but at the same time a harmonious look. The palm lamp shades highlight the beauty of each piece with its soft glow. What the cottage evokes is memories of the old Africa influenced by the spice trade route! Kitu Kidogo is ideal for families, groups and couples. If you are looking for comfort, style, privacy and personalized service then this is the perfect holiday home for you! ... more less