Majestically set on the lower slopes of the Landlanl Mountains, Deloraine House offers not only luxury accommodations but a unique historical experience in this 1920s-colonial farmhouse.
Built in the 1920’s by Lord Francis Scott, the house is a prime example of charming colonial architecture in Kenya. Now owned by the Voorspuy family, elegant accommodations at the farm now consist of three large double rooms and two extra rooms for families with shared bathrooms in the beautiful, main stone house. Plus, there are three double rooms available in the cottage adjacent to the house. The double rooms come with their own en suite bathroom. The upper floor bedrooms in the main house enjoy their own private balconies overlooking the lawns and well-manicured gardens.
A farm house with a glamorous past, Deloraine House is situated on a 3.500-acre farm on the western edge of the Great Rift Valley. It sits on the lower slopes of Landlanl Mountain, an extinct volcano now covered in rich forest and bamboo fed by the fertile soil. It conveniently lays just forty-five minutes away from Lake Nakuru National Park. An area of diverse flora and fauna, it is most known for its flamingoes. Though it also is home to fifty-six different species of mammals including lion, leopard, white rhino, and buffaloes. With nearly 450 species of bird life, it’s an ideal spot for bird watchers.