Kifaru House provides a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of Nairobi. Nestled in a pristine, native forest, intentionally preserved as it naturally existed before development, Kifaru is a place of retreat, hospitality, and delicious food. Rooms are clean and comfortable, with modern bathrooms. Chef Morris will delight your palate with his fresh juice creations and delightful meals.
The perfect quiet hillside sanctuary. With easy access to the airport and city, Kifaru has a way of making everyone feel at home. Inspired meals, authored by chef Moris, are accompanied by mouthwatering fruit jucies and you are supported by an incredbly friendly, accomodating staff. Your stay at Kifaru house will be met with joy and laughter.
Kifaru Guest House is a comfy upscale stay in Nairobi's Karen burbs. Morris’ meals are to yearn for. You know it’s meal time when he announces “Karibu chakula” (Welcome to breakfast/lunch/supper) in his Darth Vader-like voice (It has been requested of him to say, “Luke, I am your father.” on few occasions.)
The five flawless elegant rooms – Care, Comfort, Content, Co-existence and Natural - are themed on the five freedoms of animal welfare: Freedom from hunger and thirst (Care), discomfort (Comfort), pain, injury and disease (Co-existence), to express normal behavior (Natural) and from fear and distress (Content). I was pleased to learn that all proceeds go to animal welfare work done by Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW).
Fast Wifi at the lounge with the view of the Ngong Hills make the best evenings for the business community. Just a-ways down Karen Blixen Museum, Giraffe Centre, Utamaduni Crafts Center and Karen Shopping Centre accessible by taxi.
The location of the guesthouse in that green suburb is really amazing. The birds chirping in the night and at the day break, crowned it all... The chief chef, Morris, ensures you've got everything you need. His food leaves asking for more!!!!
Delightful scenery around Kifaru Guest house enveloped by a forest of indigenous trees and growth and a peaceful flowing shallow river at end of the walk through forest. Staff were warm and welcoming and food was sumptuous not to mention the pleasant rooms, named after animal freedoms. I can not help the the urge to visit again!