Loldia House offers it's guests a magical heritage feel from a bygone era. It has charm and character with sophisticated luxury. Highly recommended.
Set on the north-western shores of Lake Naivasha with spectacular views, Loldia House is a peaceful farmhouse retreat with a rich heritage, offering glimpses into a bygone era. Loldia House was completely refurbished in 2018 to refresh the classic elegance of a place steeped in history. A new infinity pool positioned on a rocky outcrop between two ancient fig trees has beautiful views out to the lake. Loldia House sits in a conservancy of 6500 acres that stretches from the shores of Lake Naivasha back to the edges of the lush and beautiful Eburru Forest. Set in flower filled gardens and soft lawns, the greenery surrounding Loldia House is grazed daily and nightly by the conservancy’s resident wildlife – hippos, impala, waterbuck, giraffe and warthog. Loldia is perfectly located to enjoy a multitude of different activities, discovering the varying landscapes and wildlife areas of the Great Rift Valley.
Loldia House offers a wonderful selection of double or twin cottages, as well as a family cottage which is perfect for travelling groups or families.
Double & Twin Cottages
Loldia House offers comfortable rooms with en-suite bathrooms in both the main house, garden cottages, and top cottage. All rooms enjoy views over the pretty green gardens and Lake Naivasha.
Loldia House boasts one Family Cottage, situated atop a hill with spectacular views over the lake. The Family Cottage combines an en-suite double room, an en-suite twin room, and a double "loft" room. The rooms surround a common sitting room and verandah, making this the perfect accommodation for traveling groups and families. A driver is on hand to transport guests from The Family Cottage to the Main House and back, as needed.
Credit Card Facilities
Hot/Cold Running Water
Day Game Drives
Guided Bush Walks
Guided Farm Walks
Guided Forest Walks
Excursions to Hells Gate
Excursions to Lake Nakuru
RECOMMENDED & ENDORSEDLEADING LODGE OWNERS IN AFRICA