The house comprises three thatched cottages, each with a distinct rustic-luxury feel, as well as a main dining area and comfortable lounge. Each cottage has a charming twin and double room plus ensuite facilities and a private veranda, from which guests have the opportunity to gaze at the starlit African skies each evening. After a thrilling day spent exploring the bush with an expert guide, the large swimming pool, overlooking a waterhole, also offers a chance to unwind whilst providing a more relaxing way to witness game. In addition to superb accommodation, a stay at Lewa House also ensures a wonderful level of service, with a dedicated team on hand to make each guest’s visit as enjoyable as possible.
Guests are able to participate in a huge variety of exciting activities during their stay at Lewa House. As well as the traditional vehicle based day and night game drives, guests can also enjoy fascinating guided bush walks, horse riding, and even unique trips through the conservancy on a camel. Educational talks explaining the history of the Lewa Conservancy and how it is run on a day to day basis can also be arranged, as can visits to a nearby pre-historic archaeological site and an orphan rhino sanctuary.
If you’re interested in staying in Lewa House as part of a safari holiday in Kenya, give our African experts a call. We regularly visit the lodges and camps we recommend and are ready to offer great advice on constructing your perfect holiday.