Lewa House is an intimate, owner-run property, born from a five-generation heritage of Kenyan hospitality. Sophie and Calum McFarlane and their two children have made their home here and invite you to share their love of the surrounding area when you visit. Calum will personally lead your walking safaris and Sophie will share stories of her time growing up, painting you a picture of the history of this magical place.
The three charming family cottages are spread along the hillside and constructed from parts of the original house. You’ll have two bedrooms and bathrooms complete with rustic hardwood furniture and swathed in natural hued linen. On the shared veranda you will begin and end your days watching the sun rise and set over the golden savannah beyond.
Meals are the heart of Lewa House, taken together in the main lodge’s dining room and served by Calum and Sophie. They’re hearty fusions of local ingredients and worldly styles, reflecting on the heritage of the owners themselves. You’ll depart into the conservancy in open-sided safari jeeps, perfect for photographing the Big Five, cheetah, wild dog, and other rare animals that reside here. For an exciting and unforgettable vantage point, why not take to the skies in the helicopter for a bird’s eye view? Horseback and camel safaris offer options for even the youngest riders to join the zebra herds that grace the plains, allowing you to experience wildlife in the closest possible way.