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About Leleshwa Getaway

Leleshwa Getaway is an intimate getaway in Kitengela, Kenya, perched on a cliff overlooking the Nairobi National Park. The hotel is an addictive getaway for a couple, a group of friends or a family and a home away from home for those who require a highly personalized experience.

Leleshwa Getaway is open year round, accommodating guests in a uniquely designed cottage known as the “bush house”. The bush house is set amidst a grove of acacia trees and is furnished with flushing toilets, showers with running hot and cold water, and the sitting room is decorated with African art.
Self-catering facilities are available within the cottages. The getaway has its own kitchen fitted with a refrigerator, cooking gas kitchen cabinets, cutlery and crockery ideal for guests to prepare their own meals.

Guests can relax in the cosy lounge while enjoying meals and drinks. Guided nature walks, horse riding, visits to Nairobi National Park, cultural visits, bush breakfast and picnic lunches on the banks of Mbagathi River are some of the recreational activities guests can enjoy at Leleshwa Getaway.

Airport pickup, car-hire, laundry and babysitting services can be arranged upon request. Onsite parking space is available. Leleshwa Getaway is situated in close proximity to Nani's Kitengela Glass and Kitengela Glass Cottages.
Guided nature walks, horse riding, a visit to Nairobi national park, cultural visits, bush breakfast and picnic lunches on the banks of Mbagathi River are some of the unique activities awaiting you at Leleshwa Getaway.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Type: Hotel
  • Sleeps: 20
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM

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Leleshwa Getaway is 19km from the centre of Athi River , the nearest airport 7.9km (Wilson Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling