This is a beautifully convenient location within minutes from Entebbe International Airport.
This guest house is located on our small Permaculture farm in a quiet and secure residential neighborhood of Entebbe. The rooms are fairly basic but are clean and comfortable with soft sheets, nice cotton muslin mosquito nets and fans. The bathroom is clean and well functioning, shower has plenty of hot water and good water pressure.
There are two bedrooms available for rent, one wtih a single bed and one with a double bed. Guests will share the bathroom and living room which is quite cute but small. You will also share a small kitchen which is equipped with gas cooker, refrigerator and everything you need to make tea and coffee. Breakfast is included, served on the flower-filled terrace and will include fresh baked banana bread, organic free-range eggs from our own chickens, fresh tropical fruits and Ugandan organic coffee or tea.
Reliable wireless Internet is available.
Situated in a safe neighborhood for walking and from this location visits can be made to local markets and beaches, the Entebbe Botanic Gardens, and the downtown Entebbe 'beer belt'. Upon request we can arrange bird-watching boat cruises on a secluded bay of Lake Victoria.
This is a friendly place for anyone who is just arriving or departing. Safe and reliable airport transportation can be arranged upon request.
We are practicing a form of sustainable agriculture called Permaculture - which means we try to be as eco-friendly as possible, with a big beautiful vegetable garden, lots herbs and flowers and some really cute chickens and ducks.
Located in a residential neighborhood, very relaxed and friendly.
I had a great time staying at Leslie's place in Entebbe when I arrived to Uganda from New York. It was a beautiful home that left me feeling refreshed and rejuevenated. It was a treat to stay there and recover from jet lag before making my way to Kampala for the rest of my trip. She has several adorable dogs that were fun to play with, and I enjoyed seeing her permaculture farm. Jane, who helps manage the place, made me feel at home as well as the two other people who stayed with me. There many beautiful flowers and other plants there as well, and the location is stunning.
This was a wonderful lace to spend our first 2 nights in Uganda, and I recent to anyone wanting après relaxed introduction than Kampala city chaos. It's a beautiful tranquil setting with chickens, dogs and a beautiful useful garden. You won't get eggs for breakfast fresher than this anywhere. Leslie was warm, interesting and very helpful in organising a good and cheap driver for the next leg of our journey . Thank you x
Loved staying in this peaceful abode with Leslie, her husband, farm and animals! My friend and I were collected from the airport as planned, and dived straight into a comfortable bed in the guesthouse. A delicious breakfast with fresh passion fruit and coffee was served. Throughout our stay Leslie bent over backwards to make it help us out. She smoothed over many a mishap on my behalf - providing much needed local advice and factor 70 sunscreen! Lotte and I really enjoyed hearing about Leslie's interesting life and sharing our global health stories. It was an ideal place to begin our amazing trip in Uganda.
Leslie's place is great - quiet, relaxed, safe. You have everything that you need for a few days stay, and she helped organise a taxi to pick me up from the airport, so it wasn't a struggle to find her place late at night. There was working internet, tea coffee, water, warm showers and a great breakfast. Everybody was friendly and welcoming. I would definitely stay again.
Leslie was so welcoming to the beautiful cottage! I so appreciated this sweet stop in Entebbe. Breakfast was amazing every day. Hoping to return soon!
The neighborhood is lovely and Leslie gave me a warm welcome even if I arrived in Entebbe on late night. The home decors are really nice and I felt like at home for a couple of days, the breakfast beside the garden is also a beautiful way to start the day!
I have been living and working in Uganda since 1999, managing an HIV vaccine research project at Uganda's national health research institute in Entebbe. We practice permaculture at our home in Entebbe and love to share experiences (and herbs and eggs) with anyone who is interested. We have dogs, a cat and lots of chickens, ducks, guinea fowl, quails and turkeys- all of them co-existing peacefully with us and each other. We love living in Uganda and are happy to share information and insights on this most beautiful and aptly named 'Pearl of Africa'