A stunning beach house by the warm Indian Ocean

A stunning beach house by the warm Indian Ocean

Nury

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Burudani House lies at the end of the Watamu Beach Road, overlooking the entrance to Mida Creek. With unrivalled sea views from its roof terrace and tastefully designed interiors throughout, this is a place of beauty and comfort combined, where you can unwind with friends and loved ones. The stunning home has two on-suite bedrooms in the main house, sleeping up to four adults, and there is an outhouse "La Casucha" with twin beds, its own private balcony and bathroom. The outdoor pool is the perfect place to cool off from the coastal heat. With a makuti thatched cabaña to shade yourself from the sun or a choice of sunbeds to lounge at the water's edge, there is plenty of space to relax. Lunch times can be spent in the cabaña by the pool where your choice of light lunches (fish cakes, seafood salads or crab mayonnaise) are served. As the sun begins to dip, you could be on the roof watching the sky change colour while sipping a chilled glass of wine. The food at Burudani House is exceptional. Shaban the cook creates dishes from freshly caught seafood and local produce. From fried coconut and crispy calamari to homemade pizzas and Swahili fish soup, there is an array of culinary delights that await. The team at Burudani includes Shaban, Chai and Amos. Shaban is the resident cook whilst Amos is in charge of the pool and gardens and, as housekeeper, Chai looks after the interiors. They will welcome you to Burudani with warm smiles and ensure you are well looked after during your stay.
-Cots, toddler bed and high chair available on request.

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More about us

  1. We are a family living between Kenya and the UK. We have two boys aged 3 and 1

  2. Paul works in Security and Nury is a Home Stylist and decluttering expert

  3. We love family time and traveling with the kids and grandparents. Our beach home reflects this and it truly is a place of pure relaxation and comfort

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Watamu is a small peaceful village on the Kenya coast about a hundred kilometres north of Mombasa. Situated on a peninsula marking the entrance of Mida Creek, the village lies between pristine beaches and tropical rainforest and is surrounded by numerous bays and lagoons. The coastline here is fringed with coral reef which keeps our waters calm and beautifully clear.

From snorkelling in the Watamu Marine National Park to wildlife watching in the Arabuko Sokoke forest, visiting the Gede Ruins or canoeing through the mangroves, there is so much to see and do on these shores.

For more information about Watamu, what activities are on offer, how to get to the village and so on, please visit the Wonders of Watamu http://www.wondersofwatamu.com/

Buzzy restaurants
Pili Pan, Medina Palms, Hemingways Hotel, Kobe, Papa Remos, Non Solo Gelato
Cool bars
Pili Pan, Ocean Sports Bar, Papa Remo beach bar
Cozy cafés
Non Solo Gelato
Retail therapy
Watamu Village has many great shops with vibrant traditional Kenyan artwork and designs
Bit of culture
Gedi Ruins
Walks in the park
Arabuko Sokoke Forest
Spot of exercise
Water sports, beach walks/runs, Pilates, Yoga
Day tripping
Bio-Ken Snake Farm, Local Ocean Trust, Mida Creek Dhow cruises

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