Beryl’s Cottage was the childhood home of infamous early aviator Beryl Markham. This quaint wooden home, originally built in 1914, was relocated & restored for its centenary as a live-in shrine to this spirited lady. It consists of a double bedroom, a twin bedroom (both en suite) with an open plan lounge with fireplace, kitchen and dining room. A lovely verandah overlooks stunning views of the Great Rift Valley.
“Thank you so much for giving us a home away from home. It’s given us a togetherness that we would never experience in a hotel.” – Rufus & Rachael
“Another lovely, lazy visit to your legendary place, thank you.” – Peter & Clare