Red Pepper House
The Red Pepper House on Lamu Island in Kenya is a brand new boutique beach hotel which provides and great combination of African culture and a laid back beach lifestyle.
Lamu Island is a world heritage site located within an archipelago off the coast of Kenya and is home to Swahili tribes who have perfectly preserved the area. The House is situated close to the historial Lamu town centre where guests can soak up the local African culture.
Comprising of only five beautiful and spacious Nyumbas, the Swahili for home, The Red Pepper House is perfectly integrated into its natural surroundings and covered by a Makuti thatched roof.
Local artists and builders took part in the construction of the property using techniques passed down from their ancestors.
Each Nyumba comes complete with a spacious and luxurious bedroom and bathroom area finished in the traditional Swahili manner. Wooden beams adjoin the ceilings of the living room which leads outside to a private beach enclosure equipped with an open air African shower and sun loungers.
Guests have their very own personal butler who is on hand to bring refreshing cocktails and delicious food to the Nyumba’s at any time of day.
The Red Pepper House believes that tourism should make a positive contribution to the local community and they consider it their obligation to help those around them. They have recently built a new house for orphan girls and they collaborate in the cleaning and waste collection tasks as well as providing water in nearby villages.
For more information about this exquisite property, please call our expert advisors at 0207 622 5114, or contact them by e-mail. With some of us having been based in Kenya for the past years, we definitely have plenty of experience, and can offer a precious first-hand advice.
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