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Meru Guest House is located in the heart of Meru National Park, 22 km from the Murera Gate. The house is approximately 348 kilometers from Nairobi and 35 kilometers from Meru. The guest house has 3 bedrooms and accommodates up to 5 guests.
Each guestroom features a mosquito net. There are also blankets, pillows, and bed linen provided in each bedroom to make the guests more comfortable. There is a furnished sitting room that has a satellite TV, air conditioning, and floor mats. The guesthouse is on a self-catering basis and guests are welcome to prepare their own meals.
The well-equipped kitchen has a fridge, 4-burner gas cooker, tea/coffee maker, crockery, and cutlery. Guests have the option of enjoying their meals outside in the fresh air or in the dining area. The well-equipped kitchen has a fridge, 4-burner gas cooker, tea/coffee maker, deep fryer, crockery, and cutlery.
While in the Meru Guest House, guests can enjoy game viewing, fishing, and picnics.
Meru National Park occupies 870km² (870,000 hectares) of central Kenya, some 220 miles/ 300 km northeast of Nairobi and offering views of snow-capped Mount Kenya on the distant western horizon.
The Park lies at an altitude of between 1,000-3,400 Ft above sea level and is located in Meru Country in Kenya’s Eastern Province below the eastern slopes of Nyambene Hills. Meru National Park lies 85 km east of Meru town. It is managed by the Kenya wildlife service on behalf of the Central Government.
This park is home to big herds of lions, wild dogs, buffalos, crocodiles, and hippos near and in the river. Besides buffalos and lions, also two other members of the famous Big Five do live in Meru National Park: the African bush elephant and African leopard.
You also have a chance to find cheetahs, Bohor reedbucks, reticulated giraffes (Endangered), eastern black rhinoceros, eland, southern white rhinoceros, Grevy’s zebra (Endangered), and different species of antelopes, like the Kude, Oryx, Grant’s gazelles (though not Thomson’s) and Impalas.
The park is also home to Somali ostrich, Günther’s and Kirk’s dik-diks, Beisa oryx, gerenuk, common zebra, reticulated giraffe, gerenuks, and both greater and lesser kudu.