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Acacia Camp

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Acacia Camp: picture gallery


Acacia Camp feels surprisingly remote and in the bush, despite being close to the Mombasa Highway.
En route from the highway you pass a small dam, with good birdlife.
The garden is a welcome haven, reminiscent of an English pub garden…
…with water features…
…that make use of the stream that flows through the property.
The main dining room area is where most people eat…
…but you can always eat in the garden.
Although the food and drink here are relatively simple, the staff ensure everything is available…
…with a bar and a selection of wine to hand.
There's a small TV and games room for evenings and rainy days.
The cottages at Acacia Camp are thatched and quite rustic…
…with simple furniture…
…
…and something of the farm hostel…
…about the overall design.
It all works, however, from the bedside lamps and power sockets…
…to the mosquito nets…
…and clean, functional bathrooms…
…with walk-in showers with hit-and-miss hot water…
…and small soap bars, left (local-lodging-style) on your bedside table.
We thought the bathrooms – and every other aspect of Acacia Camp – were fine, but it's not fancy.
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Acacia Camp feels surprisingly remote and in the bush, despite being close to the Mombasa Highway.
Acacia Camp feels surprisingly remote and in the bush, despite being close to the Mombasa Highway.
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En route from the highway you pass a small dam, with good birdlife.
En route from the highway you pass a small dam, with good birdlife.
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The garden is a welcome haven, reminiscent of an English pub garden…
The garden is a welcome haven, reminiscent of an English pub garden…
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…with water features…
…with water features…
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…that make use of the stream that flows through the property.
…that make use of the stream that flows through the property.
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The main dining room area is where most people eat…
The main dining room area is where most people eat…
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…but you can always eat in the garden.
…but you can always eat in the garden.
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Although the food and drink here are relatively simple, the staff ensure everything is available…
Although the food and drink here are relatively simple, the staff ensure everything is available…
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…with a bar and a selection of wine to hand.
…with a bar and a selection of wine to hand.
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There's a small TV and games room for evenings and rainy days.
There's a small TV and games room for evenings and rainy days.
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The cottages at Acacia Camp are thatched and quite rustic…
The cottages at Acacia Camp are thatched and quite rustic…
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…with simple furniture…
…with simple furniture…
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…and something of the farm hostel…
…and something of the farm hostel…
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…about the overall design.
…about the overall design.
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It all works, however, from the bedside lamps and power sockets…
It all works, however, from the bedside lamps and power sockets…
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…to the mosquito nets…
…to the mosquito nets…
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…and clean, functional bathrooms…
…and clean, functional bathrooms…
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…with walk-in showers with hit-and-miss hot water…
…with walk-in showers with hit-and-miss hot water…
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…and small soap bars, left (local-lodging-style) on your bedside table.
…and small soap bars, left (local-lodging-style) on your bedside table.
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We thought the bathrooms – and every other aspect of Acacia Camp – were fine, but it's not fancy.
We thought the bathrooms – and every other aspect of Acacia Camp – were fine, but it's not fancy.

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