Villa Tumbili (Monkey in Swahili) is an exclusive private owned holiday residence, located approx 10 mins walk to the beautiful white sandy secluded Diani beach.
Villa Tumbili is in an ideal location for anyone seeking a relaxing sunshine beach holiday. Excellent value for families, couples and groups of friends who wants to enjoy the peaceful, serene and tranquil gardens that surround the villa.
Villa Tumbili is built in African style and is very spacious (approx. 350 sqm), well ventilated with a traditional Makuti roof, which gives a constant cool temperature without need of air conditioning.
Downstairs are two very large separate en-suite bedrooms, equipped with air conditioning (at an additional cost if required), and a fully equipped kitchen. The dining area is on a spacious terrace, with table & chairs, Funzi sofas and hammocks. A baby cot is available.
Upstairs is a very big open space with a living area with two large sofas, flatscreen TV, film library and pool table. Another double bed is also available for additional guests. Two outside balconies offer additional relaxing areas with hammocks. The front balcony offers views over the adjacent bush filled with Baobab and palm trees and the sunset over the Shimba Hills.
Villa Tumbili has its own private garage within the grounds.
There is a communal swimming pool set in beautiful gardens, less than 1 minute walk from Villa Tumbili.
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Villa Tumbili is based on a self catering holiday but a chef could be arranged for the duration of your stay for an extra cost.
A full time daily house keeper who would be available to do all daily cleaning, washing and ironing.
Internet Wi-Fi connection is provided for free for stays of at least a week.
A mobile phone with Kenyan sim-card can be provided to foreign guests if needed.
Badmington rackets, camping equipment, various board games, snorkeling equipment are available.
Restaurants & bars are a short taxi ride away from Villa Tumbili, well known restaurants such as The Sands at Nomads and Forty Thieves are well worth a visit.