Sungura Folly, Naivasha
An absolute cracking property on the Moi South Lake road, Sungura Folly is set on a wildlife sanctuary with an abundance of animals and birdlife. Originally a water tank tower, the incredible design of the Folly consists of a double room and two pull-out futons, a living room, deck and fully equipped kitchenette, making it the perfect spot for a couple or a family of 4 looking to get away from the city.
Sungura Folly offers access to Longonot, Hells Gate National Park, Carnelleys and the Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary. And if you’re not keen on heading out there is an upstairs lounge area with incredible views of the Rift Valley, Longonot and surrounding area. The Folly offers a perfect retreat so if you’re needing a secluded spot to develop that project, or to work on your book, this could be your perfect seclusion. Sungura Folly is very popular, so we urge early booking so you don’t miss out.
If you don’t know what happens in Naivasha, you’re missing one of Kenya’s highlights. On the south of Lake Naivasha, you can go horse riding or boating, or venture into Hells Gate National Park and go rock climbing, hiking and cycling. For the super fit, why not take on the climb up Mount Longonot or (for the less fit) go walking on the Crescent Island Conservancy? Alternatively, set the pace a little slower and take the family out to lunch under huge acacia trees at Carnelley’s or The Ranch House Bistro. On the north side of the lake, the Great Rift Valley Club provides golf, tennis and swimming facilities. Once you’re in the area, it’s a short run-up to Elementaita Conservancy and Nakuru National Park. Altogether, Naivasha offers a great collection of activities for everyone, and we have a great collection of houses to make your stay memorable.
Ksh.10,000 per night