Aberdare Cottages and Fishing Lodge is a private Eco Resort and Outdoor Centre occupying a pristine natural location on the slopes of the Aberdare Ranges, 2.5 hours from Nairobi and 1hr drive away from Aberdare National Park.
It is a Romantic Country side retreat with 15 tastefully and spacious Chalets with spectacular views, Mouthwatering food, great service, nature walks, biking and Trout Fishing.
Aberdare Cottages is traditionally constructed using reclaimed hard woods, sustainable & recycled materials and local skills. The Aberdare Cottages is available for exclusive group bookings to ensure absolute privacy.
Superb Accommodation. Sumptuous Meals. Grill and Chill. Outdoor Fun
Aberdare Cottages and Fishing Lodge is Kid friendly
Unplug and Unwind, with Wi-Fi connection at the Lodge
We are also Pet friendly
Our conference facilities are fully outfitted, budget friendly and are ideal for indoor meetings, conferences, banquets or cocktail parties.
We host a series of diverse events at the lush Aberdare Cottages & Fishing Lodge.
The area is perfect for your meditation sessions, bonding sessions and camping. The sites and sounds of the rivers, ponds and the Aberdare mountains are mesmerizing and intoxicating in equal measure.
River Mathioya which greatly cuts across this region is a reputable venue for sports tourism; You can engage in boat riding, kayaking, canoeing and majorly, fly fishing.
Aberdare Cottages and Fishing Lodge is a getaway that any nature lover out there would yearn to experience. I would advise anyone wishing to experience this hidden gem to forget/leave luxury wherever they are coming from.
This is a countryside facility that gives you a break from hustle and bustle of the city life and its noise pollution.
Make a plan and go explore Murang’a County!
I began to venture into the highlands of central Kenya in 2013 with the hope that its rivers might exert their transformative power upon me, smoothing my edges as they have, over time, polished the stones in their path.
And as the fish began to take my flies, I came to know that the rivers had given me more than I’d asked. I’d arrived in search of peace and a pastime, a counterweight to the stresses in my life.