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About Nakuru Milimani Guest House

Nakuru Milimani Guest House is a luxury guest house offering well priced accommodation to local and international clients.

The guest house which is located in Nakuru’s upper Milimani residential area sits on one acre surrounded by a mature garden with well tendered trees with sets of birds and overlooks a unique scenery which includes Lake Nakuru National Park and Nakuru Town.

Nakuru Milimani Guest House has been developed with highest standards in guest house industry. The Guest House provides a high class quality accommodation, everything is finished to the highest standards. All rooms are en-suite and spacious with contemporary furniture and plush furnishings.

All the rooms are individually colour schemed, Fitted with LCD screens together with DVD players and DStv. Wireless internet is also available.

Nakuru Milimani Guest House also provides home cooked quality lunches and evening meals. We have the best chef in town.

The Guest House is located within easy distance from the Menengai Crater, Hyrax Hill Prehistoric site and Lake Nakuru National Park which is famous for its Pink Flamingos. Its many shopping outlets include the new Naivas Mall and Westside mall which houses the Nakumatt. Milimani House is a stone throw away from Nakuru Golf Club.

There are many fine restaurants in Nakuru town and night life is well supported with clubs such as Oyster Shell, Rafikiz, Samba, Naxvegas, Platinum 7D, Taidy’s and not forgeting Dimples the 24 hour entertainment spot.

Nakuru in the recent years has grown massively with many more entertainment options now available. Nakuru has always been a very popular weekend getaway for visitors from all parts of the country and still retains its holiday feel and natural beauty. It is this beauty that draws people here.

If you are looking for that quiet place away from the noise, pollution and large concrete resort complexes –just looking for a place to escape from all that craze and want to retire to nature while you are not far away from civilization, milimani house is what you are looking for. Come sample life in the fastest growing town in East Africa.

Conference Venues: We have two medium Seminar rooms with a capacity of up to 30 people each and a small meeting room for 10 people. Please enquire for more information.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 49 hours
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 14
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 1 Reviews

Facilities

  • Satellite TV*
  • Wi-Fi
  • Conference Venues
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
* Please enquire for further details.

Nakuru Milimani Guest House Rooms

Reviews for Nakuru Milimani Guest House

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MARRIAM MAINA, Kenya
09 June 2014

Well catered for in all areas of service. Keep it up!

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Nakuru Milimani Guest House is 0.5km from the centre of Milimani Estate , the nearest airport 120.9km (Eldoret International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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