Anyadwe House is a private, exclusive guest villa situated alongside the South bank of the mighty River Nile bordering Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda. Ideally suited, and catering for private groups or families of up to eight individuals wishing to enjoy their time together. This intimate, eco-friendly, safari styled house is set within a natural expanse of private grassland sweeping down to the River Nile with magnificent views both up and down stream. It consists of four luxurious en-suite double or twin bedrooms with individual balconies as well as a spacious ground floor lounge, indoor and outdoor dining, bar and upper-level lounge that opens onto a magnificent vista. Whilst fully staffed catering services are provided, we also offer a kitchen area where guests can create their own culinary dishes, midnight snacks or personalised cocktails, should they choose. Our outside entertainment space provides a pool for swimming, sunbathing and relaxing and has place to hold a BBQ. Direct river access via its own private jetty completes the exclusiveness of this unique and stylish villa.
Deriving its name from the local Acholi language meaning “daughter of the moon” which was given by the local tribes to Florence Baker, wife of historic explorer Samuel Baker whom together spent many months exploring the area along the Nile River in the 1880’s in what is today known as Murchison Falls National Park. Florence was revered by the local tribes and they named her such due to her pale skin and long, fair hair which appeared as beautiful as the moon at night, which she was known for sitting and gazing at on clear nights