Highlights were the spectactular scenery, amazing animals and warm welcome from staff at all our accomodation.
After a long flight and car journey, it was lovely to be welcomed by smiling staff with a cold drink and towels to freshen us.Beautiful gardens and pool. Good food.
Kati kati camp was our favourite place to stay. The staff were fantastic and the food was the best we had. When we sat round the fire at night before dinner, looking at the stars and having a drink, it was magical Being escorted to our tents at night by staff showing us hyenas by torchlight was a new experience. The vastness of the place combined with the animals around the camp takes your breath away.
A beautiful farm and gardens. We did the coffee tour which was interesting and of course the coffee tasted great.
We had great views from our room at the back over the hills. Each night before dinner a fire was lit outside the dining room and entertainment was laid on.
This is a very unique hotel with probably the biggest bath we'd ever seen. The rooms and furnishings are very distinctive. Reception staff were very helpful. Mona actually walked with us to The Spice House that.eve so we didn' get lost. Excellant breakfast.
This hotel is in a idyllic setting. Staff again were friendly and helpful. The food varied from being very good to average on occasion.
Claire was very prompt replying to any questions we raised and always helpful.
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