Miti Mbili, Champagne Ridge
Ksh. 10,000 for 2 people
Miti Mbili (Two Trees) House, on Champagne Ridge, is 1.5 hours away from Nairobi and one of the favourites from our repeat clients. The plot lies right on the edge of the Great Rift Valley, overlooking Africa in all her glory, and this colonial style cottage is set back from the Rift edge. The large open-plan layout has a spacious living room with a fireplace for cosy evenings, a dining area and well-equipped kitchen, and a large veranda for meals and relaxing. Two double bedrooms and 1 twin room (all en suite) comfortably sleeps 6 people, with an extra outside loo that has stunning views for you to contemplate the meaning of life.
The lawn at the front of the house is the perfect place for the kids to run around and play, or to put down picnic blankets and bask in the sun. Take advantage of the large acreage of the plot to enjoy spectacular views by walking or cycling, or just soak in the peace and tranquillity with a cold beer or glass of wine and watch Africa go by. In the evening, head down to the sundowner spot and watch the sun slip over the Western edge of the Rift Valley and be at peace.
This amazing house can be rented out for two, four or six people. You have the whole house to yourself, either on a self-catering basis or with a cook (at Ksh.3000 a night).
Champagne Ridge lies right at the edge of the Great Rift Valley, with breath-taking views, stunning skies and unrivalled sunset views across the Rift. Less than two hours from Nairobi (depending on traffic in Ngong and Ongata Rongai towns), these amazing houses are the perfect weekend getaways, whether you’re walking and cycling or just stopping to breathe and get some space. Whether you’re looking to get away for a weekend, or a retreat when you need some privacy and space, Champagne Ridge is the place for you… welcome home.
Ksh.10,000 per night up to 2 pax
Ksh.14,000 per night up to 4 pax
Ksh.17,000 per night up to 6 pax
Ksh.18,750 per night (23 – 26 Dec, 30 Dec – 2 Jan)
Cook, if available, Ksh.3,000 per day.