Sin­gita Serengeti House

Hong Kong Tatler - - Life -

This house will trans­port you to another era. We’ve all heard tales of priv­i­leged colo­nial life in East Africa in the 1920s and ’30s, and Serengeti House is the clos­est you’ll get to ex­pe­ri­enc­ing that rar­i­fied world in the mod­ern era. Just 10 years ago it was a di­lap­i­dated for­mer man­ager’s home on the 140,000-hectare Grumeti con­ces­sion. How things have changed. To­day it’s one of the most ex­tra­or­di­nary prop­er­ties in the world—a two- bed­room house flanked by two guest vil­las with vast sit­ting and din­ing rooms, and open fires in ev­ery room (it gets cold at night due to the al­ti­tude). Each space is plusher than the last, filled with huge African art­works, raf­fia lights, and deeply com­fort­able so­fas and beds. At­ten­tive mem­bers of staff are on hand all hours of the day and are happy to cater all meals to your per­sonal pref­er­ences. sin­gita.com

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