Rental basis: Entire house or apartment Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0 Makwetu Villas is located on the North Coast of Mombasa, Nyali near just a 5-minute walk from the beach and within 2 km from Nyali Golf Club For General Inquiries At Makwetu Villas , we strive to bring your world- class accommodation and the hospitality standards at very competitive rates with fuel prices consistently rising, it has become more important to be budget conscious in all our vacation plans are not different. To maximize your vacation budget, a perfect combination of fully furnished and serviced apartments, within nearby grocery stores, Atms and public transport. we also offer most ideal luxury serviced apartments accommodation for business travelers, families, couples, organizations, companies and individuals seeking space, self catering convenience and a superb location and our in house services are prompt. The general experience with most holiday maker visit Mombasa town is that it can get really hot and mosquito infested, but Makwetu Villas with the beach a short walking distance away, you constantly feel the refreshing sea breeze. Couples looking to self cater and bond with each other in their own unique way (i recommend you carry your own fun and games ideas or activities) Children are also not left out since we have family friendly facility, a children’s pool, baby cots, babysitting services are among many services and facilities available Mombasa was a very influential port in the 15th century, and has played a significant role in laying the foundations of the nation that it is a part of today. Some of the popular attractions in the town relate directly to the historical context, while others seek to complement the tourism industry that the town thrives on. “old Town” is the part of Mombasa that is reminiscent of the days when the Arabs exerted a heavy influence on the town and its culture, and especially in the architecture and language (Kiswahili has a lot of phrases derived from various Arabic dialects). It is well known for its ancient buildings, extravagant art designs and curio shops that sell antique and popular Kenyan souvenirs. Old Town is best seen when explored by foot with an experienced guide, as the streets are too narrow to accommodate a large number of vehicles. The town’s inhabitants are mostly of Arab origin who’s forefathers once roamed the same streets of the town. Fort Jesus is located just a few steps away from where the town "starts", thus a complete tour of “old Town” can be done in a single day. On the North coast of Mombasa towards the town of Malindi lays one the most pre-historic ruins found in Mombasa, called the Gedi Ruins. Gedi was a small town built entirely from rocks and stones, which was inhabited by a few thousand Swahili people and ruled by a very rich Sultan. These ruins date back from the 15th century, and through careful preservation most of the original foundations can still be seen today. A well-informed and educated guide gives a tour of the ruins. The ruins are designated as a National Museum by law, and their preservation are a direct reflection of the commitment of the Government to uphold the country's cultural and historical background.