Loldia House

Nestled in the Great Rift Valley and with fantastic views of the impressive Lake Naivasha, Loldia House and Cottages holds excellent positioning and is ideal as a base from which to explore the surrounding area and for those wishing to take it easy amidst beautiful scenery. Found within its own 6,000 acre ranch, guests can enjoy a relaxed pace of life at the property and enjoy the various activities on offer in the area. Guests can treat themselves to a delicious picnic lunch on Crescent Island and climb Mount Longonot if feeling up to it. Lake Naivasha is famous for its flamingo population and bird watchers will revel in the spectacle.

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  • Emergency medical care

Originally built in 1930, the house has a wonderful charm, derived from its long history and the impeccable service on offer from staff. The communal area offers comfortable sofas and a fireplace to keep guests warm in the winter. A dining room is also provided, where guests can indulge in delicious cuisine and relive the memories and experiences of the day.

The main house boasts 4 well-appointed rooms, with colonial styling and en-suite bathrooms, featuring a bath, shower and flush toilet. There are also 2 cottages in the grounds, one of which is situated on the lake shore and is perfect for honeymooners. Boasting 3 double rooms and panoramic lake views guests can also choose the Loldia Cottage, which is suitable for larger parties.

Getting There

A 2 hour drive from Nairobi or a 25 minute flight.


Boat trips, night game drives, guided walks, Lake Nakuru excursions, cultural interaction, climbing Mount Longonot and trips to Lake Bogoria.

Read what our previous clients thought of Loldia House

Review of Loldia House

Brittney Savino

Excellent staff, would have used their airstrip looking back.

01/01/2021 Read full trip review

Review of Loldia House


Lovely atmosphere, shame that the lake has retreated so far from house as boat trips are no longer practical but overall a lovely place.

01/01/2012 Read full trip review

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