Sirai House is a magnificent private home located in the Borana Conservancy at the foot of Mount Kenya, enjoying staggering views in every direction. Built by local craftsmen from indigenous
materials, the house reflects the owners’ love of architecture, design and art, and has been created with privacy and pure comfort in mind.
The house sleeps 12 guests in six suites spread across four cottages and available for exclusive use only. The minimum stay is 3 nights.
The Master Suite has its own heated plunge pool. Suite 2 stands alone while Suites 3 and 4 are linked by a sitting room, as are Suites 5 and 6, making them ideal for families. Four of the rooms can be configured as a double or a twin.
The private cellar houses over 3,000 bottles of wine and Champagne from many of the world’s most prestigious vineyards, available at additional cost to complement the excellent house wines available to guests throughout their stay.
Amongst the recreational facilities on offer you’ll find a fabulous pool area with heated infinity pool and loggia, a clay tennis court, croquet lawn, boules pitch, table tennis and billiards tables, secluded and peaceful yoga retreat and a luxurious spa retreat for moments of contemplation and relaxation. To stay connected to the outside world, there is a cinema with a vast array of new release and classic films, Apple TV and local cable TV, Sonos sound system in every room and a fibre optic communications system with wi-fi available throughout. Sirai is also home to a stable of beautiful horses and operates as a working stud.
Additional activities include flying safaris (helicopter, light aircraft or bi-plane),trout fishing; forest walkway and platform viewing at Ngare Ndare Forest; visits to the adjacent Lewa Downs Wildlife Conservancy; community enterprise and cultural Maasai village visits.
Guests can enjoy game drives in 4×4 open-sided Land Rovers and walking safaris with experienced guides. Riding safaris and specialist birding guides can be arranged.
Sirai House is served by team of 40 staff, including an accomplished chef who makes a point of understanding and anticipating guests’ preferences, creating mouthwatering meals using ingredients sourced locally or grown in the house shamba (kitchen garden). The ethos underpinning the house is one of conservation, with a focus on supporting the local communities through employment and sustainable tourism.