Set in lush tropical gardens on a working coffee farm just outside Arusha, the Legendary Lodge features six beautiful garden cottages, each with an inspiring view of Mount Meru from its own private veranda.
Designed with a unique blend of African arts and crafts, combined with old, colonial-style luxury, the cottages offer king sized beds, a separate lounge with fireplace and ensuite bathrooms with deep tubs and refreshing showers. The two-bedroom Kahawa cottage is ideal for families, while two cosy ensuite rooms are available in The Old Farmhouse for those who prefer to be closer to the dining room and guest lounge.
Mouth watering gourmet meals are served in the gracious environment of The Old Farmhouse, while the Legendary Therapies Spa offers rejuvenating treatments in the elegant therapy room or in the privacy of the guest cottages. A selection of fascinating coffee farm tours, shopping expeditions and interesting day tours is available at the lodge.
Why &Beyond Recommends this Property
- Personalised service & great facilities (Live in manager)
- Luxurious (Very spacious rooms)
- Location: Own genuine coffee plantation with views of Mount Meru and only 5 minutes from Arusha Airport
- Great for families: Family cottage with 2 inter leading rooms, allowing for couple privacy at night
- Fully Inclusive, including transfers to/from Arusha Airport
- Free access to the recreational centre - Gym, Salon, Tennis court, boutique shop etc
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