Loldia House

Loldia House is an old farmhouse on the north western part of Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley, highest and purest Lake in Kenya. The house is set in lawns, which are grazed at night by hippos from the lake, and ideally situated to visit the flamingo lakes of Nakuru, Elementaita and Bogoria, one of the great spectacles of Africa.It’s 2 hour by road from Nairobi, or 25 minute by a chartered or scheduled flight.

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Accommodation at Loldia House

Loldia House has four rooms in the main house with two separate cottages in the gardens, one has 3 rooms and the other has 2, making a total of 9 twin or double rooms. All the accommodation is in the old colonial English style creating a homely and friendly atmosphere for guests.
Loldia House offers a choice of accommodation either in the old family house or in cottages in the grounds. In the main house, four en-suite double rooms are furnished in the original colonial style. Close by is an original guest cottage surrounded by lush flowers, with a further two en-suite rooms. A newly-built cottage on the lakeshore, which is ideal for honeymooners, has two independent en-suite double rooms with breathtaking views across the lake to the extinct volcano, Mount Longonot. Up on the hill is the specially built Loldia cottage, which has its own sitting room with open log fire and panoramic views across the lake, and three double rooms, making it ideal for families or groups of friends.

Activities at Loldia House

At Loldia House there is plenty to keep you busy,

  • horse riding on the ranch,
  • game drives
  • Tennis
  • Bird watching
  • Fishing
  • Nature walks
  • Boat safari around L.Naivasha and to Crescent Island
  • Excursion to climb Mount Longonot
  • Visits to Hell’s Gate National Park
  • Night game drives

AMENITIES & SERVICES at Loldia House

  • Lounge with original room with fire place in colonial style.
  • Laundry service
  • Swimming pool
  • Sun beds in the garden
  • Meals are served under Acacia trees or in the dining room

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