Situated in one of Gondar’s scenic stretches just beyond the city’s main attractions, Mayleko Lodge offers a modern take on the traditions of Ethiopia for a unique experience. You’ll capture the essence of the country in the design and aesthetic, while comfortably rejuvenating.
Each of the 20 private bungalows at Mayleko Lodge has its own veranda so that visitors can enjoy the hotel’s chief asset, the stunning views of Dilha Mountain, plus a beautifully maintained garden and the small forest just beyond. Enjoy time on the porch, breathing deeply of the fresh air and soaking in the peaceful view.
Designed with the land in mind, each bungalow utilizes traditional craftsmanship that is as sustainable as it is atmospheric. Stone walls and thatched roofs enhance the picturesque landscape in form and function.
Bungalows come in singles, twins, kings, and suites, each appointed with classic Ethiopian style in a modern voice. Each room at Mayleko Lodge has an en suite bathroom as well.
The hotel has a gourmet restaurant and bar, both boasting stunning views. These are places not only to feast, but to relax and unwind. For those who want to enjoy their dinner or drinks from the privacy of their bungalow terrace, room service is available around the clock.
Continue your rejuvenation in the property’s swimming pool. For those who prefer a more active mode of relaxation, Mayleko Lodge also has its own driving range. Guided horseback rides of nearby attractions are available through the hotel, and your Ker & Downey guide can join you to add to the experience to ensure that the excursion includes all of the extra Ker & Downey touches you’ve come to expect on your journey.
Mayleko Lodge is located close to the airport, so that you can get off the plane and let your experience begin right away. Throughout your stay, the ambiance of the lodge will enhance your appreciation for the sites of Gondar, complimenting the history and rich culture with its service and pastoral charm. The entire property lends itself to taking a needed pause amid your explorations, a deep breath after a day of discovery.Request Information