Samundra is a spacious and airy Swahili-style house has been newly-built in a stunning location on Watamu’s Mida Creek. Accommodating up to 8 guests, the double-storey home comprises four bedrooms (three doubles, one triple, all en suite), a fully equipped kitchen, second floor covered balcony and an open plan dining room and lounge opening out to a private swimming pool with a poolside bar.
With plenty of local activities available, it is an ideal location for a family holiday, as well as a sociable getaway for a group of friends. A caretaker can look after your needs during your stay and a cook is available on request. Samundra may not be on the beachfront, but it is quiet, private, gorgeously furnished and 5 minutes from the beach.
In bustling Watamu the question is more what can’t you do from your doorstep? The KWS marine park that stretches the length of Watamu beach offers snorkelling, kite surfing and stand-up paddleboarding, or you can visit the amazing team at Local Ocean Conservation Trust to find out how they are protecting turtles or check out the whale shark migration. On land, it’s a short hop to the amazing Gede ruins, or learn more about smaller spectacular members of Kenya’s wildlife at Mida Creek, Butterfly Farm or BioKen Snake Centre, both hubs of conservation excellence. A short drive away, Arabuko Sokoke Forest is home to the amazing birdlife and some secretive elephants. Keep yourself fortified with endless meal options at Pili Pan, Medina Palms, Ocean Sports or the Crab Shack. If you fancy yourself as a serious fisherman, or you want to learn, Ocean Sports has some of the best deep-sea fishing boats on the coast. Malindi is half an hour away from Watamu, with stunning shopping and restaurants in the town, as well as the Driftwood Club. Whatever your coastal dream, we have a house for you.
|All other months||KSH 21,000 per night|
|20th Dec. – 5th Jan.||KSH 35,000 per night|