Karen Blixen's House and Museum

Lonely Planet review

This charming farmhouse is where Karen Blixen, author of the popular novel Out of Africa , lived from 1914 to 1931. She left after a series of personal tragedies, but the lovely colonial house has been preserved as a museum. It was presented to the Kenyan government at independence by the Danish government along with the adjacent agricultural college.

It's set in lovely gardens and it's quite an interesting place to wander around, plus there's accommodation and a restaurant on site.