Treetops Lodge was originally built in 1932 on an ancient elephant migratory route, high in the Aberdare Mountains. Designed exclusively for comfortable game viewing, the stilted lodge overlooks a permanent, well-frequented waterhole and a natural salt lick, which are floodlit at night. Rooms and suites are small and cosy, and guests can watch the nocturnal spectacle from the lounge's large picture windows or from the rooftop terrace. Visiting wildlife regularly includes rhinos, lions, leopards, large herds of elephants, and the rare chestnut-coated bongo antelope. Guests who don't want to miss a sighting can be alerted by an optional buzzer system when new wildlife arrives. Treetops is famous for being the place where Queen Elizabeth II was staying in February 1952 when she first heard news of the death of her father, King George VI, and ascended the throne.
Features: 32 rooms & 3 suites, restaurant, bar, lounge, photography hides, rooftop viewing deck.
Room amenities: En suite facilities, desk.
Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.