Rivertrees Country Inn
Rivertrees Country Inn is a small guest house between Kilimanjaro and Arusha Airports. Rivertrees is set in the most stunning gardens and is a wonderful spot to either start or end a safari in northern Tanzania.
At a Glance
Perfect spot to stay overnight at the beginning or the end of a safari
Offers breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru
Beautiful location - outside the hustle and bustle of Arusha
Excellent rooms and personal service
African country elegance
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Rivertrees Country Inn is a small country inn accommodating up to 30 guests in 14 rooms, guaranteeing privacy, personal attention and service. The self-contained guest rooms are located either in the main farmhouse or within the 10-acre gardens and flower farm that run along the Usa River. There is also a new 'River House' containing two double suites with its own deck surrounding the house backing onto the river and it's own kitchen, lounge and gallery level snug.
Two 'River Cottages' offer private decks and woodburning fireplaces they also have outdoor showers and are on the riverbank. The emphasis is on providing comfortable accommodation; each room is individually styled and uniquely furnished with its own character.
The old farm house, restaurant and pub are cosily furnished. Combining old world ambiance, African country elegance, excellent farm cuisine, and personal service, Rivertrees is a welcoming place to stay. Nature, harmony and well being are the focal point at Rivertrees with acres of lush and mature gardens where guests can relax or walk undisturbed under the shade of many trees. Inviting fire places ward off the evening chill and country style kitchens round off the picture of a peaceful African home. Cherished photographs and furnishings reflect life of a bygone era and paintings and book shelves line the walls. Much of the food served here is home grown and the kitchen is open to the gardens.
The area abounds with birdlife, making it a haven for ornithological enthusiasts, and offers breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru. Beyond the gardens, grass lined pathways lead to the swimming pool and Usa River that flows through the property.
There are 18 garden rooms, two River Cottages and also River House which has two double bedrooms. The Garden Rooms are unique in their decor, have high quality antique furniture and an airy bathroom. The River Cottages have in addition an outdoor private shower and a spacious terrace overlooking the river. The River House has two identical wings and can be booked either as a partial house or a full house. You can arrange to have a private chef and butler to accompany you.
Children of all ages are welcome to stay at Rivertree Country Inn, however, there are no specific child care facilities available for them. The River House is an ideal choice of accommodation for families as it has two separate rooms.
Email, fax, internet services, a small gift shop, satellite T.V and laundry services are available for your use during your stay.
There is an inviting swimming pool to help you refresh from the warm african sun. If you would like to indulge in some pampering, you could arrange to have a massage. There is also a curio shop.
Lake Duluti Canoeing, Tanzanian Coffee Tour, Local Village Tour, Mountain bike ride, Riverwalk
Location & Directions
Rivertrees Country Inn is on the banks of the Usa River, located within 10 acres of lush, well-tended, tropical gardens. Half way between the town of Arusha and Kilimanjaro International Airport. On a clear day it is possible to see Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro from here
When to go
Tanzania is a large country, with a varied climate. Generally, the long rains run from March to May - the temperature is warm and the humidity is high. June to October is the long dry season, and the short rains are in November and December, much lighter than the long rains. January and February are again dry (the short dry season) so this is another good time to visit.