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LAKE NAIVASHA COUNTRY CLUB:
Lake Naivasha Country Club, Lake Naivasha, Kenya:
Just over an hour's drive from Nairobi, one of the
Great Rift Valley's jewels, reflecting the tranquil
beauty of an African sky and the surrounding
mountains, is temporarily distorted as flocks of
graceful flamingoes and pink-backed pelicans settle of
the water. This fresh water lake, some 13 kms across
is a haven for bird watchers, nature lovers, artists
and for those seeking a peaceful scenic retreat.
Previously known as Lake Naivasha Hotel, this
attractive Country Club, sited in 55 acres of lake
side gardens, began life in the 1930s as papyrus
thatched chalets. Although the current accommodation
is a far cry from the original structure, the Club has
certainly not lost any of its charm. There is a choice
of rooms, cottages or suites all furnished with their
own individual theme. Number of rooms: 46 twin rooms,
5 cottage rooms, 1 executive lake cottage.
Room Décor: The old comfortable
architecture is solid and comfortable with a variety
of accommodation in rooms and cottages facing the
rolling lawns and the lake.
Lunch most days is al freco, beneath the shade of some
magnificent acacia and pepper trees. And the evenings
have their own special charm too. After a day in the
fresh air, a Naivasha cocktail beside the roaring log
fire in the residents lounge sets the pace for an
enjoyable evening. Guests can look forward to a
"home-grown" dinner prepared only from the freshest
lake side ingredients.
One of the country's leading horticultural and
agricultural areas, Naivasha produces world-class
fruit, vegetables and flowers for export to Europe.
And between the Club's legendary meals, there is
plenty to do to build up an appetite - walking amongst
the game on nearby Crescent Island, fishing for bass
and tilapia, bird watching by boat with one of our
knowledgeable guides, climbing Mt Longonot, trekking
through the gorges of Hell's Gate National Park, and
visiting 'Elsamere', once home of the famous
authoress, Joy Adamson and her beloved 'Born Free'
lion. Then, of course there is always the swimming
pool for catching up on a tan, a novel and a few
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