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Elsa’s Kopje Meru, Kenya

Mugwangho Hill, Meru National Park

8 en-suite open-plan cottages –
7 doubles and 1 twin room.

1 Honeymoon Suite – 1 double room.
A large open-faced cottage with private sitting room, en-suite bathroom and small private deck.

Elsa’s Private House – 1 double and 1 twin room both en suite,
with a shared sitting room, verandah and private swimming pool.

4 rooms can fit one extra bed, to accommodate children under the age of 16yrs only.

The Honeymoon suite and Room 3 can each accommodate 2 extra beds for children under 16.

The Private house can fit two extra beds.

A maximum of 4 extra beds in camp at any one time

Elsa’s Kopje is named after Elsa the lioness, made famous by George and Joy Adamson’s biographical book and film “Born Free”. Elsa’s Kopje remains one of the most elegant lodges in Africa, with one of the most spectacular settings.

It is the best upmarket location to view rhino in their natural habitat in Kenya.

Elsa’s Kopje is almost invisible to the eye as you approach its home on Mughwango Hill. It blends into the rocky crags of the “kopje” (small hill), built above the site of George Adamson’s original campsite.

Every cottage is the ultimate ‘room-with-a-view’, uniquely designed and crafted, incorporating the natural features of the rocky hillside.

Each cottage has spacious double or twin beds with en suite, elegantly appointed bathrooms.

There is an open bar, lounge and dining room with an exceptionally inviting infinity pool overlooking the Meru plains.

Elsa’s Private House is a spacious, stylish, exclusive hideaway set slightly apart from the main lodge. It has 1 double room and 1 twin, both with their own en suite bathrooms.

There is a large private living and dining area, leading seamlessly outdoors into a private garden and swimming pool.
Elsa’s Honeymoon Suite is a triple level room, with a sitting room, double bedroom and en suite bathroom. With its breathtaking views, this latest addition is definitely Elsa’s ‘pride’!