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.The Cedar Cottage is a spaciously designed holiday home set in its own private garden. It consists of a double bedroom, a twin bedroom (both en suite), an open plan social area including kitchen, dining area and lounge with brick fireplace. The cottage’s elevated and spacious verandah overlooks an expansive private garden that drops away affording stunning views of the farm and Great Rift Valley. The large social area in Cedar Cottage makes this unit an ideal choice for larger family groups using it in conjunction with another cottage. Maximum 2 extra beds for children allowed.