Peponi Hotel

  • Located in the south-east corner of Lamu Island
  • 29 rooms, all with ocean views and fresh flowers
  • Enjoy lunch on the roof terrace, dine under the stars or in the more formal dining room
  • A legendary bar, lush tropical gardens and freshwater swimming pool under two giant baobabs

Peponi Hotel offers an intimate but laidback setting with excellent facilities and cuisine.

*We are not selling this area at present. Please speak to our consultants for more up to date information.

OVERVIEW:
Yellow Zebra love the Peponi Hotel for its intimate beach-side vibe! It is still run by the family that opened it in 1967 and retains its original charm.

ACCESS & LOCATION:
Peponi Hotel is located in Shela village, which is 2 miles from Lamu Town – a World Heritage Site in the south-east corner of Lamu Island – and at one end of the 12km white-sand Shela beach. 

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
This is a small and personal property, but with a choice of many spectacular settings for eating and drinking – the roof terrace or veranda, beautiful gardens, formal dining room, or cocktails at the locally popular bar. The freshwater swimming pool, with its hammocks and sunbeds, shelters in the lush gardens but is right on the beach. The hotel provides excellent service in a laidback setting – the food is exceptional, with fresh seafood, including giant prawns and sushi, and traditional Swahili-style cooking.

There are 29 en-suite rooms, all with an ocean view as well as overhead fans, mosquito nets and showers (rather than baths). The rooms are divided into suites, superior and standard rooms. Suites are larger and have a private outside area with swing bed.

ACTIVITIES:
Explore Lamu Town, enjoy the water sports, or just relax and take in the beautiful ocean views. Explore the islands and coastline in a traditional dhow – visit the ruins at Takwa or enjoy a sunset cruise. Deep-sea, ocean or hand-line fishing is also possible and there are spectacular opportunities for snorkelling at local coral reefs and the chance of seeing turtles and dolphins. Instructors and equipment are available for a multitude of watersports, from windsurfing, kayaking and sailing to wakeboarding, water skiing and kite surfing. Alternatively, sit back, relax and watch the dhows sail by.

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