Centrally located on the 240km² Lewa Conservancy, with fine views of the surrounding hilly savannahs and south to Mount Kenya, Lewa House is a luxury farm stay on a 7-acre plot, now entirely dependent on visitors. It recently opened its doors to regular guests, having previously been rented only to groups on an exclusive-use basis. The property is owner-run by a Kenyan-Scots couple, who live here with their two young children.
Our view of Lewa House
We were quite smitten by Lewa House. The grounds and views are delightful, the activities diverse, the hosts charming and fun to be with, and the food some of the best we’ve had anywhere in Kenya. The location is superb, with the Lewa Conservancy’s many impressive assets easily accessible. We would highly recommend staying in one of the cottages. And with a small boost of internal refitting, the earth pods could be made very desirable too.
Lewa House, in the heart of the Lewa Conservancy, has great wildlife-watching opportunities.