I enjoyed the warm welcome to my family, which never changed during our stay. We had the choice to select the room we wanted to live in. All bedrooms had their own bathroom and all rooms looked different.
Loresho house is placed in a wonderful secured area close to the city centre, wherefore we could reach all sights worth seeing by Matatu ro taxi.
The most impressive day was when the owner invited us to a tour for his tea plantage, about two driving hours away in Mount Kenis.
The food was always excellent and there is nothing to complain about this lodge.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A homely and STYLISH bungalow located in the leafy UPMARKET suburb of Loresho in Northern Nairobi. Loresho House is set in its own ¾-acre (33'000 sq-ft) compound and surrounded by LUSH GARDENS, enclosed by a 2.5m/8ft-high chain-link fence and thick kei-apple HEDGE.Our family-owned home boasts: 1) in the main house: FOUR cosy, individually decorated and furnished rooms*, each with a PRIVATE ENTRANCE and PATIO, all EN SUITE; 2) in the Annexe: one apartment, featuring a bedroom, a living room (convertible into an extra bedroom, bathroom and kitchen; All come in tasteful colour schemes.We provide a delicious CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST including indigenous fruits, home grown tea and coffee. Sumptuous home-cooked meals, both Kenyan an international cuisine are readily available on request.Loresho House comes with 24-hour SECURITY, security alarms and smoke detectors. It is ideal for holiday makers, business travelers, summit/conference participants, development co-operation workers, volunteers, interns, exchange students and honeymooners.Located 15Km/9mi from Nairobi's Central Business District (CBD) and in close PROXIMITY to the hype Westlands shopping quarter, we are well served by public transport and taxi services. If you shall be working at the United Nations (UN) or in the Gigiri suburb, you will find Loresho House ideal, as you would not need to travel through the traffic of the city centre. Incidentally, Loresho suburb is listed by the United Nations and the World Bank as a safe and recommended residential area. ... more less