Msambweni Beach House
Accommodation overlooking the pool Seating around the fire pit
Accommodation overlooking the pool
Seating around the fire pit

Msambweni Beach House

Msambweni House is set on a 40 feet high cliff in a quiet, unspoilt setting on the beach along a four mile coastline. Family owned and run, Msambweni House consists of the main house, with three spacious rooms, one ocean suite, and three totally private villas.

Country

Kenya

Highlights

‘Beach Bliss’, a hedonistic escape that makes a perfect follow-on to bush adventures. With a private beach, infinity pool, complimentary massages, and a verandah for sunset cocktails, it’s pure relaxation.

Need to Know

The celebrated Belgian chef creates top-notch cuisine with Swahili, Belgian and French influences. Private beach picnics can be arranged and there is plenty to occupy: snorkelling, fishing and kite-surfing, and spa treatments and massages for the less athletic. Suites and villas have chic, Swahili-style déco


SafarisSafaris


Driving, walking, diving, canoe, cycling, fishing. Excursions to Kisite Marine Park, a great place for snorkelling and diving with turtles, swimming with dolphins (well-trained divers on a private boat) and lunch on Wasini Island.

Wildlife HighlightsWildlife Highlights

Msambweni means ‘The Land of Sable Antelope’ but the main safari focus now is on an abundance of marine wildlife, including whales, dolphins and turtles. Game drives to Shimba Hills National Park and Tsavo National Park.

Local ActivitiesLocal Activities

Private boat for nearby fishing
Snorkeling
Diving
Deep sea fishing
Swimming with dolphins
Shimba Hills National Park
Kisite Marine Park
Village Walks

FacilitiesFacilities

Pool, bar, library, internet access, mobile phone access, spa, room service, laundry, electricity, air con bedrooms, massages

AccommodationAccommodation

Accommodates 24 people in 12 rooms – Msambweni Main House, Msambweni Luxury Ocean Suite and 3 Villas

AccoladesAccolades

The Independent Magazine 2008: “…If you’re after isolation, then press on south to Msambweni, where the upscale Msambweni House is the only hotel of note.”
Marie Claire February 2009: “Thirty miles south of Mombasa, Msambweni House is a hedonistic escape that makes a perfect follow-on to bush adventures.”

SeasonSeason

Low Season: 5th January to 15th July;
16th October to 20th December
Mid Season: Easter Weekend;
16th July to 15th October
High Season: 21st December to 4th January

Average StayAverage Stay

7 nights

Average PriceAverage Room Prices

(per person per night unless otherwise stated)

US$500

Children PolicyChild Policy

Children under 16 allowed in Main House when booked exclusively
Private Villas – 12 years and older allowed

Contact and Social Media

To find out more call us on +44 (0)1865 982290 or email us at enquiries at safariawards.com.

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