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The staff members were warm and the service was efficient. The grounds were okay. The views and the trees were amazing!
The rooms (and especially bathrooms) need urgent make over.
The owner of this hotel should get an equity investor with deep pockets to restore...More
Picked this hotel for two reasons. Historic old British hotel, and reasonable rate. After checking in, discovered out suite did not have Wi-Fi, nor DStv. Next day, the staff went above expectations and installed a new DStv disk and installed a booster for the WiFi....More
Tea Hotel Kericho had gone through a rough patch some time back. I was worried that I may experience a nasty stay there, but to my great surprise, the place is undergoing excellent make over and the lawns are neat. the rooms have new linen...More
We camped here as a group but we used some rooms for showers and toilets as the ones for the campsite were really bad. The rooms are less than luxurious to say the least and I would have put this as two stars if it...More
We camped in the grounds of the hotel and enjoyed the ambience and view of the surrounding tea plantations. We were given access to a room for showering and it was as if nothing much had been done since the 70's. The hotel itself is...More
I am travelling through Kericho in Sept with family who have not been to Kenya before.Please can you give me an indication of costs for afternoon tea / food.
2 March 2016|
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I don't know the cost of afternoon tea because I was staying there and we made our own. The dinner is a set menu, hors d'heurve, first course, choice of second course (fish or beef) desert, tea or coffee. The cost was... More
I don't know the cost of afternoon tea because I was staying there and we made our own. The dinner is a set menu, hors d'heurve, first course, choice of second course (fish or beef) desert, tea or coffee. The cost was reasonable, around KSH 3000 for us both.