Baitil Aman Guest House
Baitil Aman house was built in the eighteenth century by Hajj Abdalla on the Shela village on the island of Lamu. Aman is a simple yet elegant guesthouse offering self contained and spacious rooms and is based on the history of the Shela clan. Baitil Aman Guest House serves traditional meals and most of the activities are carried out traditionally.
Baitil Aman Guest House Accommodation
Baitil Aman has eight self contained rooms with comfortable seating areas outside. All rooms at Baitil Aman Guest House have overhead fans, mosquito nets and fresh flowers. There is a small bar with non alcoholic drinks. Breakfast is served at 7am to 10am in the Hajibik restaurant, on the terrace or in the room. Lunch is served from twelve to four pm. A Swahili menu offers the chance to experience local dishes served in the traditional way, seated on the Swahili mats on the rooftop under a beautiful sky full of stars while enjoying the sound of gentle breezes whispering through the palms.