The room is home to a portrait of a Maasai Moran (Warrior) by local artist, Phillipa Marrion. As the
Maasai term for home is Manyatta, it is only fitting therefore that the room is so named.
Safari, from the Arabic ‘safa’, means a long journey in Swahili. It was first used in the English language by
Sir Richard Burton, the famous explorer. To us, Safari refers to our room that with its décor pays tribute to past and present
explorers such as you.
Ziwa, the Swahili word for Lake, aptly describes this room where the abundance of turquoise reflects a shimmering lake.
It is said that an elephant never forgets. Astay in Tembo (elephant in Swahili), will be an unforgettable experience
with its different hues and textures reflecting of the elephant hide and its natural habitat.
Victoria the quaint room and the only one with a working fireplace is reminiscent of the Victorian era. The main feature of
the room is our wrought iron four poster bed and the elegant claw foot tub.
Kanini, our smallest room, is child friendly and interconnects with Makan.
Makan, our Indian themed room is filled with warm shades of the red chili pepper and omate fabrics. Makan pays homage to a
community that has had and continues to have a pivotal role in the development of our multicultural country.
Our coastal themed room with its calming sea blues and greens invites you to rest, relax and rejuvenate before and after your journey.
Our garden room, Bustani, invites the outside in, through its fabrics and with its direct access to our expansive gardens.
The golden sands of the Sahara are captured in the objects d’arts, artwork and the fabrics of this room.
Malaika is the grand dame of the house. Designed by an equally grand dame, our mother, who was
known for her grace and elegance and her love for the colour black which is evident in all the furnishings in this room.