Aberdare Country Club
Marasa Africa Kenya

Aberdare Country Club



Heritage property in Kenya
1,300-acre wildlife sanctuary
Leisurely and gentle pace

About the Property

The Aberdare Country Club, set amidst the Aberdare Highlands and part of the Great Rift Valley, is a heritage property that combines the charm of a private home with the comforts of a country inn. Located on Mweiga Hill, a mere two and a half hours' drive northeast from Nairobi, the Club is enveloped in a 1,300-acre wildlife sanctuary. It offers guests a serene retreat from the fast-paced outside world, maintaining a leisurely and gentle pace reminiscent of a bygone era. With its rich history, lush gardens, and abundant wildlife including zebras, giraffes, and leopards, it provides an idyllic haven for relaxation and adventure.


Lounge & BarLounge & Bar
Gift ShopGift Shop
Swimming PoolSwimming Pool
Laundry ServiceLaundry Service
Fitness CenterFitness Center

Food & Drink

While specific details about the food and drink offerings at The Aberdare Country Club are not provided, guests can expect the dining experience to reflect the property's commitment to charm and comfort. Typically, such heritage properties pride themselves on offering a selection of local and international cuisine, prepared with fresh ingredients, often sourced from their own gardens or local suppliers. Dining areas likely boast views of the stunning natural surroundings, enhancing the overall dining experience.

Getting There



The Aberdare Country Club offers a range of accommodation options including 36 Classic Rooms, 1 Signature Room, and a selection of cottages divided into Classic, Superior, and Signature categories. Each room and cottage is designed to offer stunning views of the Kenya Highlands, equipped with modern comforts such as self-served coffee, fans or air conditioning. The unique configurations and personal touches ensure a comfortable and memorable stay, catering to a variety of guest needs.


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