About Bilashaka Lodge
The Bilashaka Lodge is situated on one of the most beautiful spots on Lake Naivasha, only a two hour drive from Nairobi. This lodge is not only a little paradise for you as a visitor, it’s also the paradise for more than 400 species of birds. During the night the lodge is a paradise for the hippos grazing at the green lawns around the lodge.
The lodge contains 5 double rooms, each with their own bathroom with a bath and shower. Each room is decorated in a unique style and has a private veranda overlooking the grasslands and acacia trees. During the day guests can enjoy the peaceful environment, watch the birds or take a dive in the swimming pool.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the dining room or at the veranda. In the evening a fire is lit, so guests can read a book in the living room, have a drink in the small but intimate bar or sit outside on the veranda and look out for hippos and buffaloes.
The lodge is located at the ground of Bilashaka Flowers. A rose farm owned by a Dutch family. A tour around the farm gives you an excellent view on how roses are grown here.
Rates displayed are on a full board basis. Half board rates are available on request. Drinks are not included, but can be paid for on the day of departure.
It is also possible to book the whole lodge on self-catering base.
Unfortunately we do not accept credit cards.
Bilashaka Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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