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Namirembe Guest Ltd is a Christian establishment owned by the Anglican Church of Uganda and managed by Church Commissioners holding company ltd. Her vision is “to become an ideal home away from home” to all visitors. Namirembe Guest House is an entity established to provide accommodation, food and beverage services to a cross section of guests ranging from missionaries, church workers, businessmen, tourists and other individuals. Corporate clients include Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Private Companies and Associations and Government organizations. It is located approximately one and half kilometers from the city centre and right next to the famous Namirembe Cathedral and Church of Uganda Provincial Secretariat Headquarters and commands a magnificent view of Kampala city which was dubbed by one of the guests as “A million dollar view.”
A nice little place with a Christian heart, containing just about all you need away from the city business. There is an art gallery, hairdresser, coffee shop, masseuse, cloths washing service and a small shop. The view is great, the staff are friendly, and the...More
Our team of 3 stayed here for 10 days in August. Staff were friendly; the complimentary breakfasts were good; view is amazing, and you can walk down the hill 1/2 mile to get to some western-style restaurants with good food and internet. The beds and...More
The million dollar view might be a little bit of an exaggeration: trees are blocking the view which is far better at the top of the Gaddafi mosk's minaret. Anyway we ate there and this the good nice and traditional ol'grandma's buffet, surprisingly okay. Don't...More
A good stopping off point on a beautiful hillside with great views of Kampala. Rooms clean and adequate with hot water for showers. Great breakfast and Excellent value food available in the evening too.
Our group of 7 stayed in 4 rooms during a week in August. Compared to other guest houses we have stayed in while in Africa, this one had lots of things going for it. Because of its size, it feels more like a hotel than...More