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The house is best described as ‘African Baronial’ with a palm fringed thatched roof, and filled with an exquisite collection of furnishings and decor. Custom-made ebony furniture, dark-wood antiques, grand bronzes of rhino and elephant, antique swords mounted on the walls, charming family photographs, all dominated by large 19th-century gold mirrors and wildlife paintings from all over Africa. The extensive games room can keep the whole family entertained with table tennis, croquet and boules. There is also a clay tennis court with racquets and balls provided.
Laragai House has eight bedrooms, and can comfortably sleep 16 guests in complete luxury, while remaining fully inclusive. Each room is unique in its own way, allowing for guests to see the best of the conservancy from every view.
At Laragai House, we want you to feel at home – the house was built as a home nearly thirty years ago by the Cecil brothers, and it remains a home of the current owners, George and Lucilla, whose family photos can be found around the Drawing Room.
Laragai House maintains the feel of classic yet comfortable luxury. Since the house was bought by George and Lucilla Stephenson, these traditions have continued on; lords, ladies, royalty, presidents, rockstars, celebrities and every other guest who has stayed with us have continued to enjoy this way of life.
Safari is, of course, about exploring the wild expanses of Africa. But we know that, for our guests, a huge part of their trip to Laragai House will be to make sure they come back from their adventure feeling rested and relaxed. Learn more about the wellness activities that are available to Laragai House to leave you feeling rejuvenated.
To enjoy your stay at Laragai House, we suggest your visit is no shorter than three nights allowing you to fully experience the wonders of Kenya, and the average stay of our guests is four or five nights. This will allow you to make the most of your time on Borana Conservancy and see what northern Kenya has to offer.
Laragai House can be found in the heart of the Borana Conservancy – the 32,000 acre private wildlife conservancy and working cattle ranch that is looked over by Mount Kenya; Africa’s second biggest mountain.