1 kms to city centre
30 kms to the nearest airport (nakhon ratchasima)
The lodge still retains the features and atmosphere of an early colonial home, a red brick building with shady terraces and an internal courtyard.
1 outdoor pool
The lake, home to millions of Lesser Flamingos is an important stop over for migrating birds. Over 350 species have been counted by the lodge's resident naturalists. 0401ZS
The lodge, now a luxury hotel, was formerly Kekopey Ranch built by English settler Lord Galbraith Cole. The front of the hotel, a large terrace, overlooks Lake Elementaita and the hotel's huge private estate, now a Wildlife Reserve, stretches away to the hills.
The interior of the hotel is colonial in style with a sitting room with library and log fires, panelled walls, and an attractive dining room and bar.
The lodge has 33 twin and double rooms, each with private bathroom, in newer "cottages" nestled away in the lush flowered garden behind the house.