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Lewa Wilderness
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Lewa Wilderness
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Lewa Wilderness: gallery


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Lewa Wilderness: picture gallery


Lewa Wilderness is a family owned lodge, which was once a private ranch house.
The homely and welcoming feel is evident throughout...
...with comfortable sofas...
...a small library...
...and a communal and sociable atmosphere.
The rooms are all different...
...but all are spacious...
...meaning they're a good option...
...for families.
Ensuite bathrooms are well equipped...
...with huge showers...
...and there is ample storage.
All rooms have a very rustic...
...and natural feel to them...
...with colourful touches...
...log burning stoves...
...and quirky woodwork.
There are private verandas...
...to enjoy secluded views.
There are plenty of cosy spaces to chill out...
...amongst the eclectic collection of artwork and artefacts.
While not on safari - you can lounge and relax...
...have a potter in the curios shop...
...to purchase some souvenirs....
...take in the awe-inspiring view...
...take a walk round the impressive vegetable patch...
...cool off in the pool...
...challenge someone to ping pong...
...or tennis...
...take a horse ride to see wildlife in a new way...
...or try something completely different...
...and see things from a different angle!
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Lewa Wilderness is a family owned lodge, which was once a private ranch house.
Lewa Wilderness is a family owned lodge, which was once a private ranch house.
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The homely and welcoming feel is evident throughout...
The homely and welcoming feel is evident throughout...
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...with comfortable sofas...
...with comfortable sofas...
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...a small library...
...a small library...
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...and a communal and sociable atmosphere.
...and a communal and sociable atmosphere.
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The rooms are all different...
The rooms are all different...
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...but all are spacious...
...but all are spacious...
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...meaning they're a good option...
...meaning they're a good option...
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...for families.
...for families.
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Ensuite bathrooms are well equipped...
Ensuite bathrooms are well equipped...
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...with huge showers...
...with huge showers...
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...and there is ample storage.
...and there is ample storage.
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All rooms have a very rustic...
All rooms have a very rustic...
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...and natural feel to them...
...and natural feel to them...
15 of 32
...with colourful touches...
...with colourful touches...
16 of 32
...log burning stoves...
...log burning stoves...
17 of 32
...and quirky woodwork.
...and quirky woodwork.
18 of 32
There are private verandas...
There are private verandas...
19 of 32
...to enjoy secluded views.
...to enjoy secluded views.
20 of 32
There are plenty of cosy spaces to chill out...
There are plenty of cosy spaces to chill out...
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...amongst the eclectic collection of artwork and artefacts.
...amongst the eclectic collection of artwork and artefacts.
22 of 32
While not on safari - you can lounge and relax...
While not on safari - you can lounge and relax...
23 of 32
...have a potter in the curios shop...
...have a potter in the curios shop...
24 of 32
...to purchase some souvenirs....
...to purchase some souvenirs....
25 of 32
...take in the awe-inspiring view...
...take in the awe-inspiring view...
26 of 32
...take a walk round the impressive vegetable patch...
...take a walk round the impressive vegetable patch...
27 of 32
...cool off in the pool...
...cool off in the pool...
28 of 32
...challenge someone to ping pong...
...challenge someone to ping pong...
29 of 32
...or tennis...
...or tennis...
30 of 32
...take a horse ride to see wildlife in a new way...
...take a horse ride to see wildlife in a new way...
31 of 32
...or try something completely different...
...or try something completely different...
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...and see things from a different angle!
...and see things from a different angle!

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