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Go Back in Time By Spending The Night in One of Nairobi’s Oldest Homes

Built in 1919, Rosslyn is one of Nairobi’s oldest and most special surviving homes. Set in 2 acres of private gardens they are close to UN, Village Market and Westlands. They have 2 singles, 1 double & 1 bathroom.

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They offer bed and breakfast in a cosy single bedroom, ‘Elizabeth’s Room’, in their historic home.

Next to the bedroom is the shared bathroom with original claw foot bath, hand held shower, toilet and basin.

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Full English breakfast is a house specialty, fresh fruit, tea or freshly brewed fine Kenya coffee, cooked breakfast with eggs, toast, muesli/oats/porridge are all available. 

Among the amenities, WiFi is also included.

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Rosslyn was also used as the home and garden of ‘The Constant Gardener’ 2005 drama thriller film starring Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz who won an Oscar for her role.

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Costs for one night are about Kshs 4000 per person. To book or find out more information, click here.

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