About Diani House
Diani House is located approximately 30 km south of Mombasa Island, on Diani Beach. The house is set in 12 acres of forested garden with 150 m of beach frontage and sleeps up to 12 guests.
Each bedroom features its own veranda and direct access to the garden and beach. The garden is a haven for small animals, including three types of monkeys, baboons, the tiny suni antelope, bush babies, monitor lizards and many bird species.
Food is a special feature of a Diani House, with the emphasis on seafood and fresh local produce. Meals are usually taken al fresco on the main veranda or in the garden.
Diani House comprises three twin rooms and one double room with an en-suite bathroom, a two-bedroom cottage with a bathroom and one single room with a shared bathroom. The house has a communal living room and front veranda, and there are ceiling and floor fans in all of the rooms.
Rooms are booked on a 24 hour basis. Day rooms will be charged at 50% of the full rate.
Diani House Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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