We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
My friends and I made Macushla House our home base for our three weeks in Kenya, returning there after each week of safari. While the staff is friendly and eager to please and the public areas are charming and eclectically appointed, the quality of the...More
We were very happy with the accommodations and service at Machushla House. It is approximately in the Karen District pretty far to the west and south of downtown, so if you are going to Wilson Airport or Kenyatta, you don't have to battle with the...More
We stayed only for one night and the staff made this short visit a perfect end of a nice holiday.
Upon arrival we asked for a small breakfast witch was made with a smile. After a day of small excursions we had some time to...More
This is a very quiet and comfortable guest house. The staff are friendly and helpful and the environment is extremely relaxing. The rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable. You feel a bit like you are 'in the wild' as the monkeys and other animals are...More
I had such a lovely time at Macushla House. My party came and went from there several times during our stay in Kenya. I was able to store a suitcase of donated school supplies there, so I didn't have to carry 50 extra pounds of...More
Response from MichiganLaurena | Reviewed this property |
I arrived into NBO at night and it was about 10pm when we headed to Macushla House. I was met by drivers from the tour company. It is quite a drive from the airport (40 minutes) but in the dark seems longer. Also, on... More
I arrived into NBO at night and it was about 10pm when we headed to Macushla House. I was met by drivers from the tour company. It is quite a drive from the airport (40 minutes) but in the dark seems longer. Also, on arrival to the house, there was an area power outage which made it really dark. The drivers were familiar with the area, but the roads were hard to choose. But they found it in the pitch blackness. When we pulled up, a woman from the house happily greeted us with a lantern and took me to my room (which was totally dark so she left the lantern). It was good enough to take a quick shower and unpack a few things until morning. You're very close to the orphanage. I'm sure they can get a driver for you. The company I was working with sent someone for me, my guide, who spent the day taking me to Nakumatt, public ellie visits, Kazuri, Utmanduni Crafts, back to the adoptive parent elephant time, then back to Macushla. Hopes this helps.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"All three times we stayed in rooms in the main house. Choose these."