Location: Lake Naivasha
Style: Luxury Lodge
Nestling under the acacia and wild fig trees on the western shores of Lake Naivasha, Loldia House was constructed by Italian prisoners of war from stone quarried on the farm. Built around a courtyard, its main archway frames a stunning view of the dormant volcano Mount Longonot. The house is set in lawns which are grazed at night by hippos from the lake.
It offers you a choice of accommodation either in the old family house or in cottages in the grounds. In the main house, 4 en suite double rooms are furnished in the original colonial style.
Close by is an original guest cottage with a further 2 en suite rooms. All bathrooms come with bath, shower, basin, flush toilet and hot and cold running water.
A cottage on the lakeshore has 2 independent en suite double rooms with views across the lake.
Up on the hill is the specially built Loldia cottage which has its own sitting room with open log fire and 3 double rooms, making it ideal for families or groups of friends.
Breakfast and lunch are served under a spreading fig tree in the garden.
Some of the many activities on offer are day and night game drives, boat rides, game walks, fishing, picnic walks to nearby mountains, bird watching, golf, tennis and cultural visits.