Leinmach Guest House
Leinmach House is a family and business leisure haven of excellence with the aim of serving the middle market with quality home style accommodation. Located in the tranquility of Nyali, next to Nakumatt Mega shopping centre, our vision has been to make our clients feel not in a hotel but just a “hideout” away from their home with less congestion as like in a hotel.
We believe our clients are here to vacation, enjoy and relax while we attend to their attention with a 24 hours room service. With years of experience, our staff prides themselves of our top class customer service while we strive to provide our local and international clientele with an experience that exceeds their expectations.
We provide a continental breakfast, an open kitchen and a living room to sit back and enjoy the serene Indian Ocean breeze. We are 20 minutes away from Moi International Airport and next to Nyali Golf club. All our rooms have a private shower and bathroom.
Come experience the very pinnacle of all-inclusive excellence in East Africa. Leinmach delights couples in love with supremely luxurious accommodations, gorgeous tropical settings and some of the world's most exquisite beaches on the East Coast of Africa. Relax, renew, and rejuvenate in our sparkling outdoor swimming pool. If you are planning a wedding, Leinmach is a leader in honeymoon packages.
Places of Interest
Jumba la Mtwana is a former slave port on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, lying on the Mtwapa Creek, and north of Mombasa. Mostly dating from the fifteenth century, its features include the Mosque by the Sea.
Haller Park is a nature park in Bamburi, Mombasa, on the Kenyan Coast. It is the transformation of a quarry wasteland into an ecological paradise. Haller Park holds a variety of plant and animal species which serve as a recreation hot spot to tourists and locals.
Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve is a marine park and national reserve in Mombasa, Kenya.
The Shimba Hills National Reserve is a small National Park in the Coast Province of Kenya, 33 km from Mombasa and 15 km from the coast.
Fort Jesus is a Portuguese fort built in 1593 by order of King Philip I of Portugal (King Philip II of Spain), then ruler of the joint Portuguese and Spanish Kingdoms, located on Mombasa Island to guard the Old Port of Mombasa, Kenya. It was built in the shape of a man (viewed from the air), and was given the name of Jesus. In 2011, the fort was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
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