Singita Serengeti House

Details

Details of Singita Serengeti House

Up to eight guests can feel at home at Serengeti House, with two suites in the main house and one garden suites situated on either side. The property enjoys picturesque views of a watering hole from its perch on the south-east slopes of the hill. Inside, a décor blended of European country designs and African artifacts create a comfortable and unpretentious style.

Accommodation

  • 2 x suites located in the main house
  • 2 x suites located on either side of the main house

Amenities and Services

  • There is a 25m infinity swimming pool in front of the main house
  • In-room spa facilities at the house or at nearby Singita Sasakwa Lodge Spa
  • The Singita Boutique & Gallery at nearby Singita Sasakwa Lodge
  • Each suite has a television
  • Dependent upon area coverage, there is mobile phone signal
  • There is complimentary internet (WiFi) access, however due to the remote location of the lodge, the wireless connection can be slow and intermittent
  • Electricity/power available: 220V. Converters are also available and hair dryers are supplied in each suite
  • Children of all ages are welcome. There are baby-sitting services available and tailormade activities to suit each family. Children’s participation in game activities is at the discretion of your guide
  • Please note that there are no Kosher or Halaal facilities available at Singita Serengeti House

Short Overview

Singita Serengeti House, located on the slopes of Sasakwa Hill in the expansive 350,000 acre Grumeti Reserves, is an exclusive-use retreat. The property is specifically designed to welcome families and friends and create an environment of total relaxation for a carefree stay.
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