Jahazi House Kizingoni Beach Lamu Island is set in a large garden of frangipani, fruit trees and shrubs on the Kizingoni beach, on the edge of the Indian Ocean in Lamu Island off the North Kenyan coast.
The beach is only accessible by boat and hence is free of the normal traffic of other beaches. Kizingoni Beach is 2 kilometers from Kipungani village.
The house has 4 double rooms and 1 twin room which comfortably accommodate 10 guests.
The four ground-floor guest bedrooms are all accessed from the inner courtyard and are stylishly furnished with en-suite shower rooms and their own private verandas.
The verandas feature writing desks, occasional tables, chairs and a traditional Lamu day bed. There is a covered baraza area behind the pool that can also be used for sleeping.
It also leads through an ancient carved door onto a wooden deck with two swinging beds overlooking the garden.
The rooftop terrace, partially covered with makuti to provide a shaded bar, eating and sitting area. There are each side terraces with sofas, tables and chairs.
The house features a well equipped kitchen that serves meals prepared from the freshest local produce and sea food.
Up on the roof, overlooking simply everything, is a wonderfully cool and spacious master wing, with its private salon, en suite dressing room and bathroom.
Jahazi House Kizingoni Beach Lamu Island has a separate small covered massage room with trellised walls at the back of the building where guests enjoy massage services.
Jahazi House has a very private pool in the courtyard just next to the beach. There is also a private speed boat with boat captain to use for a variety of water sports, fishing or visiting Lamu Town.
Activities in Jahazi House include excursions, waterskiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, kayaking, sup boarding, creek fishing, deep sea fishing, beach walks and snorkeling.