Adjacent to the famous Ngorongoro conservation area, the Manor at Ngorongoro’s luxurious cottage and Dutch-style manor house offers East African hospitality with old-world Afro-European architecture and décor.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of nine luxury cottages for a total of eighteen suites and the spacious Stable Cottage, perfect for families. Each of the eighteen suites has its own private entrance and adjoining private sun terrace. The large en suite bath and shower room features a Victorian-style claw-footed bath, as well as twin vanity basins, and large rainfall shower. Guests can sleep comfortably after a long adventure on a comfortable king-size bed. The Stable Cottage affords families extra privacy as its separate from the manor house just to the rear of the stables. It has a small separate dining area, with a lounge and fireplace. Divided into two floors, the ground floor houses the master bedroom and a twin Bedroom, each with their own individual bathrooms, as well as the family lounge. Upstairs is the children’s area made up of a Twin Room, a toddler’s bathroom, and a satellite T.V. playroom.
The Manor at Ngorongoro is perfectly situated next to the Ngorongoro Conservation area, home to an ancient crater, a large, unbroken, non-flooded volcanic caldera formed three million years ago and now home to large populations of zebra and wildebeest, as well as lions and endangered black rhino. The crater has often been called the eighth wonder of the world. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is also the location of the Olduvai Gorge, known as the cradle of humanity, it’s the place where Mary Leakey discovered the first homo-sapien remains. The area is one of the oldest sites of hominoid habitation in the world.