‘Home is where one starts from’ – T.S Eliot
Eden Nairobi is not only a ‘home from home’ but an exceptional portrayal of the incredible creative talent of the Trezbinzki family who originally built this beautiful property as their family home, nestled in the quiet Nairobi suburb of Hardy.
Designed by fashion designer Anna Trezbinski and decorated with original artwork by Anna’s late husband, Tonio Trezbinski, sculptures by their son Stas Trezbinski, and ceramics by their daughter Lana Trezbinski, Eden Nairobi not only showcases the incredible talent of this family but allows guests to be immersed in their passion for the culture and beauty of Kenya whilst enjoying their home.
The tranquil setting of Eden Nairobi is the ideal base for guests beginning or ending a safari; with a two-night stay offering the perfect opportunity for guests to explore the vibrant city of Nairobi.
– Guided forest walks
– David Sheldrick Wildlife Orphanage
– AFEW Giraffe Centre Visit
– Excursions to Nairobi’s shops & markets
– Main House: Tonio & Anna’s Room, Stas’ Room & Lana & Tacha’s Room
– Tonio’s Studio: Garden View & Forest View
– Tonio’s Studio: 3 Studio Lofts – Artist in Residence: 1 bedroom long stay self-catering cottage
MAIN AREAS/ FACILITIES
– Main House: living room with fireplace, bar, dining area, and verandah
– Tonio’s Studio: living room with fireplace, bar, and dining area
– Dam with sundowner deck, bar, and dining area
– Media room
CHELI & PEACOCK RECOMMENDS
– A visit to Anna’s on-site boutique and workshop to browse and purchase her designer African embroidered coats, shawls, and bags
– A minimum 2-night stay to experience Nairobi and disconnect at Eden Nairobi. Mobile phones are discouraged in all common areas and WiFi is only provided in the Media Room.
– Spending an afternoon exploring the artwork, decor, and literature throughout the property to explore the incredible history and cultures of Kenya
– Taking the time to enjoy the details; from the traditional cultural carving decorations to the family artwork throughout the property that was formerly 148