Bwindi Inn & Chalet Village
About Bwindi Inn & Chalet Village
Entebbe is a quiet town on the northern shores of the stunning Lake Victoria. It is also home to Uganda’s international airport, which is many visitors reason for staying here, however the town is worth visiting in it’s own right!Located just 6 kilometers from Entebbe International Airport and public transportation terminals, we proves true one of the many admirable values among Ugandan and foreigners - close and strong family ties. Our budget-friendly accomodation in Entebbe, Uganda brings you that warm feeling of belonging and contentment throughout your stay.Designed to lend a very distinct homey feel, we have contemporary amenities and hint of a tradition-rich charm that will make you lower your defenses. For example, all of our rooms exude a blend of simplicity and class. They boast practical furnishings, such as cozy bedding and spacious baths, and complimentary treats like a full-plated breakfast and Wi-Fi access.Then there’s also the facilities and services, which make us an ideal setting not only for holidaymakers but even for business executives in transit. With these suitable offers, it is certain that you’ll feel instantly right at home here.We are located in a residential area that caters for guests who enjoy homely, comfortable accommodation at a reasonable price. We are for many, “the last homely house before the wilds”!. The local minibus service or Matatu as they are known, is 4 minutes walk from us and can take you into the nearby town, Entebbe town centre or even to Kampala, the capital city which is one hour awayWe are 8 minutes drive from Entebbe International Airport and do arrange both pick-up and drop-off service to the airport which is always a reassuring service when arriving in a new country.Our emphasis is on friendly hospitality and helpfulness, whether it be reserving a table, organising a day trip, finding a rental car, booking a safari or planning a full self-drive itinerary. Families are welcome and a cot with bedding can be provided on requestThe small nearby town of Kitoro has plenty of supermarkets, restaurants and bars and Barclays bank which makes it a closer alternative to Entebbe for all the small necessities. Entebbe Town is slightly larger with a shopping mall, night clubs, restaurants, botanic garden and Wildlife Centre.There are various garden rooms to choose from with something to suit everyone! We have: single, double, twin, triple and family rooms. More so, we offer thatched room accommodation.The rooms are clean, with comfortable beds with mosquito nets, with hot water shower and a sofa. The veranda just outside these rooms provides a great place to chill in the afternoon and enjoy the sunset or chat to fellow travelers.All rooms include free WI-FI and complimentary breakfast which is served up in the restaurant. The onsite restaurant has a good menu of continental as well as local dishes as stews, grilled meats and fried fish and the bar is well stocked with a selection of various Ugandan cold beers and soft drinks.The property is filled with charming sitting areas to relax and read a book or enjoy a cold beer. From the bar and restaurant area, to the cool shade of the beautiful big mango tree, Gorilla African Guesthouse is surrounded by immaculately maintained gardens giving it a relaxing homey atmosphere.The staff at Gorilla African Guesthouse are friendly and helpful. A laundry service is also available at a fee and the staff can also arrange private tours to various National Parks and attractions around the country.A high level of security includes a CCTV system that operates throughout all communal areas, and the night-security attendant ensures further security 24/7.We welcome a truly mixed clientele, all here with the sole purpose of having a great holiday. Whether straight, gay or undecided, we'll do everything we can to help you have a wonderful time while you're with us.
Golf: With in a 5 minutes drive to tropical lawn golf course.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling