General

Explore the gateway to Kenya’s Northern frontier with a Nanyuki getaway at Sweet Waters Serena Camp, Falcon Heights, Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club or Ol Pejeta House.

This resort town is 0° 01′ north of the equator where the Coriolis Force works it magic – draining water swirls in a circular motion to the amazement of onlookers.

A Nanyuki getaway not only provides you with spirit-lifting views of Mount Kenya and the Rift Valley, it exposes the influence of the British on this market town.

Thanks to the railway line that links the town to Nairobi, Nanyuki is a cosmopolitan destination sporting British, Indians and Kenyans from different tribes.

Rates include:

  • Rates are per double room per night
  • Rates apply to East African residents only

Accommodation basis:

  • Bed and Breakfast: Buffet breakfast only
  • Half Board: Breakfast and lunch/dinner
  • Full Board: Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • All Inclusive: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and select local alcoholic and soft drinks

 

Hotel

Rate per Double Room(KSH)

Accommodation Basis
Low Season High Season Peak Season
Falcon Heights 17,550 17,550 17,550 Full Board
Soames Hotel & Jack’s Bar 13,000 17,280 17,280 Bed and Breakfast
Serena Mountain Lodge 16,700 17,250 Email for rates Full Board
Sweet Waters Serena Camp 17,250 19,400 Email for rates Full Board
Fairmont Mt Kenya Safari Club

 

24,500 28,910 28,910 Full Board
Ol Pejeta House & Morani Wing (Serena)

 

21,560 24,500 Email for rates Full Board
Maiyan 20,480 20,480 20,480 Full Board

Find season dates below (may vary by hotel)

 

Low Season 01 April – 30 June
High Season 03 Jan – 31 March, 01 November – 15 Dec
Peak Season 01 July – 31 October, 16 Dec – 02 Jan

 

*Supplements may apply during Christmas, New and Easter period

Different people go for a Nanyuki getaway for different reasons.

Some stop over here on their way to conquer Mount Kenya, others come to take photographs at the equator, others visit the Nanyuki Spinners and Weavers while others just want a taste of the nightlife.

Whatever motivations you may have for a Nanyuki getaway, make sure you try the fish at Trout Tree Restaurant or nyama choma at any of the numerous eateries.

After a busy day, you can find suitable accommodation at any of these resorts listed below.

Falcon Heights

This boutique hotel has 16 luxurious rooms and an executive 2 bedroom cottage.

Rooms have key card locks, flat screen TV, WiFi, hairdryers and shaving units, lounge chairs and tea and coffee making facilities.

Conference facilities found at Falcon Heights are suitable for team building and can host up to 50 indoor and 500 outdoor guests.

Make a splash at the pool or take nature walks and excursions to the Mau Caves, Mount Kenya National Park, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, El Karama Game Reserve and Aberdare National Park.

 

Serena Mountain Lodge

This lodge, entirely made of wood, has a penchant for drama what with awe-inspiring slopes of Mount Kenya, views of elephant and buffalo herds and the swaying of dense rainforest.

The panoramas are to die for and all rooms, which are cabin style, overlook the watering hole where animals congregate.

During the day, you can take a walk through the forest or the high moorlands or better still fish some trout at the mountain stream.

Serena Mountain Lodge offers a full Irish or English or kosher breakfast which may be enjoyed in the bush, on the rooftop or breakfast area.

Make sure you have a taste of elephant milk during your Nanyuki getaway.

 

Soames Hotel & Jack’s Bar

Located 7km from Nanyuki town Soames Hotel & Jack’s Bar overlooks Mount Kenya and is named after a European settler which explains its classic contemporary style.

Its ensuite rooms and cottages are fitted with flat screen TV, free WiFi, bathroom and dressing room, work space as well as tea and coffee making facilities.

Freshly brewed Ethiopian coffee, drinks, cocktails, and snacks can be enjoyed at Jack’s Bar and a full English or Irish breakfast is served daily.

 

Sweet Waters Serena Camp

Luxurious tented accommodation awaits you at Sweet Waters Serena Camp.

These tents have free WiFi, ensuite bathrooms and a private balcony that delivers stunning views of the watering hole and Mount Kenya.

Spend your day having spa treatments, swimming at the pool and going for exciting game drives and end your day with delicious meals from the onsite restaurant.

 

Fairmont Mt Kenya Safari Club

The WiFi at Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club has been lauded by travelers on TripAdvisor for being one of the best in Kenya’s resorts.

But the Fairmont is known for much more. Like its heated outdoor pool, its 9 hole golf course and its Sunday barbecue.

All its rooms have a wood burning fireplace with exposed brick walls which add to the charm of this beautiful lodge.

Horse riding, cycling, camel trekking, white water rafting and fishing may be enjoyed during your stay.

Maiyan Villas

Loldaiga hills and Mount Kenya can both be seen from this country resort.

Rooms have cable TV, free WiFi, fireplace, jacuzzi, tea and coffee making facilities and private bathrooms.

Guests may enjoy the shared plunge pool and rooftop jacuzzi or go boat riding, fishing, and bird watching and kids can play on the playground or be taken care of by a minder. (available on request)

 

Ol Pejeta House & Morani Wing (Serena)

Ol Pejeta House is situated at the center of Ol Pejeta Conservancy and consists of only 4 rooms and a guest cottage.

Rooms have a dedicated room steward, full valet and laundry service and 24-hour room service.

Guests are served by a dedicated chef at the private dining room and use the grounds and two swimming pools exclusively.

The Morani Wing offers 17 tents with WiFi, bathrooms, two hand wash basins and glass doors as well as private balconies which offer views of Mount Kenya.

 

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