The Manor at Ngorongoro
Reminiscent of a country farm with quaint Cape Dutch-style architecture, The Manor at Ngorongoro Crater lies within the Shangri-La estate, surrounded by lovely gardens amidst the natural splendour of Tanzania.
Sumptuous cottages boast ensuite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor fireplaces and private decks. Meals are sumptuous affairs to be savoured in the formal dining room, the dining conservatory or privately in the guest cottages. African-inspired fare is complemented with a selection of fine wine from the manor's own cellar.
Guests can relax and unwind in the sauna and steam room, try their hand in the snooker room or read one of the many books from the library whilst lounging in front of a cosy fireplace. Adventures include excursions to Lake Manyara and Olduvai Gorge, visits to a Masai Market, guided estate walks and bicycle trails along the Ngorongoro crater.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Ask your hosts to organize one of their fantastic crater picnics for you.
- Visit a local Maasai village and experience the bustle of the lively markets.
- Spend an afternoon sampling some of the finest Tanzanian coffee on a guided estate walk
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