We have just spent our second weekend at Danforth. It is a beautiful location on Lake Malawi. You could easily just sit with a book and look at the view all day. The hotel is small and intimate, and the hosts take a very hands on role in making guests feel welcome. The food is great, fresh and plentiful. Rooms are very comfortable, great beds and bathrooms. The highlight though, and the reason to stay here, is the water activities - sailing, kayaking, snorkelling. There is plenty of equipment available, and all of a high quality with people ready to take you out on the lake whenever you like and at a moment's notice. We travelled as a family with 3 children, and the reason we came back was because our children loved it so much. Despite being (for Malawi) an upmarket resort, the atmosphere is relaxed and very welcoming.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Danforth Yachting, situated on the beach at Cape Maclear bordering the Lake Malawi National Park, offers superb lakeside accommodation. Danforth is both a luxury lodge and a Malawi yacht charter company. The Lodge has eight spacious, en-suite rooms, tastefully decorated in cool, nautical colours and all opening onto a large patio. All rooms have spectacular lake views. Swimming pool, watersports, scuba diving and sailing. Double, twin and family en-suite, air conditioned rooms. Great hosting. Excellent meals. Full board. Bar with DSTV. The live-aboard catamaran yacht Mufasa, a 10 berth luxury yacht, is available for crewed yacht charters to the far corners of Lake Malawi. ... more less