Deloraine House, Lake Nakuru, Kenya
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Lake Nakuru, Kenya
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Deloraine House was built in the 1920’s by Lord Francis Scott, a prominent early settler. Deloraine has to be one of the grandest examples of colonial architecture in the country, and is a unique hosted property with half of Kenya’s history bottled up in it. The farm is set on the lower slopes of Londiani Mountain, which is a forest and bamboo shrouded extinct volcano, on the western edge of the Great Rift Valley. The house is run by the Voorspuy family who are well known for their Offbeat Riding Safaris. Deloraine is their home and base for their safaris.
The beautiful main house has a large dining room, drawing room, hall and veranda. There are 3 large double rooms with their own bathrooms and 2 extra rooms for families with shared bathrooms. There are also 3 double rooms with their own bathrooms in the cottage adjacent to the house. All meals are taken in the dining room, on the veranda, or by the swimming pool, and guests become part of the family atmosphere.
WHY CHOOSE DELORAINE HOUSE?
- Just 45 minutes from Lake Nakuru National Park, famous for its flamingo and rhino populations.
- A grand example of colonial architecture and visited by many British Royalty.
- Over 60 horses based at Deloraine, mountain riding, cross country jumping and a full size polo pitch, this is an equestrian’s heaven!
Deloraine House Rates, Activities & Amenities
|2021||01 Jan - 31 Dec||Standard Room (main house)||US $ 460|
|2021||01 Jan - 31 Dec||Cottage Room||US $ 360|
|2022||01 Jan - 31 Dec||Standard Room (main house)||US $ 475|
|2022||01 Jan - 31 Dec||Cottage Room||US $ 370|
Rates are Per Person Per Night unless otherwise specified.
Deloraine House rates include:
- Full board accommodation
- All drinks (except Champagne)
- Horse riding & friendly polo
- Walking on the farm and forest
- Swimming pool
- GOGAR airstrip transfers
Children of all ages are welcome at Deloraine House.
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Deloraine House, Nakuru County, Kenya
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