ABOUT THE HOTEL
The Bagamoyo Country Club welcomes guests with ten comfortable ocean-facing rooms each offering splendid views over the Zanzibar channel. The bar and restaurant complex is a magnificent open Makuti (thatched roof) building located directly on the beach. Here you can enjoy your complimentary buffet breakfast including home baked bread and freshly brewed filter coffee while watching the sun rise over the Indian Ocean. Or can sink back into your chair while sipping a sundowner from the Kaputt-Kabisa bar. Either way you are sure to feel up-close and personal to the true Swahili Coast Bagamoyo style!
The hotel cascades down a slope with the 10 comfortable rooms overlooking the ocean and the restaurant and bar area directly on the beach. You will experience a unique panorama of the Zanzibar Channel, Lazy Lagoon Peninsular and across to the mangrove forests of Livingstone Village. The rooms are comfortable, air-conditioned and intended primarily to reflect the beauty of the surroundings; not to pander to modern technologies. Down on the waterfront, large open makuti style restaurant and lounge area takes full advantage of the cool Indian Ocean sea breeze. The perfect hideaway to peek out and marvel at the Swahili coast!
Each room with private veranda overlooking the ocean,Air conditioned with ceiling fan.Bathroom with hot water shower.King size or two twin beds available Secure mounted safe.Free wireless Internet.Free laundry service, Complimentary buffet breakfast,Large Makuti complex cooled by the ocean breeze,Wood-burning pizza oven,Wide range menu with local and international dishes,Daily specials and the freshest seafood, Good selection of local and imported beverages readily available at the Kaputt-Kabisa bar,Large stage for musical/performance events, and Free wireless Internet,
Sea and beach; here you can relax and swim in the ocean on the best beach in Bagamoyo. Trips:Trips can be arranged through the hotel to explore and snorkel around the nearby small islands, sandbanks and coral reefs. Historical buildings:They include The Boma, The Customs House, The Kavanserai, The Old Bagamoyo Tea House, Liku House, Germany Cemetery and the Bagamoyo Arts College. The Fish Market:The fish market is the center of commercial activity in Bagamoyo: This lively market is full of hustle and bustle as the fishermen come and barter for their daily catch.. Cross at the sea: In 1868 Father Antoine Horner first arrived on the mainland from Zanzibar to establish the first Christian Church on the mainland East Africa. From the cross a short path leads to a very small, nondescript church with tin roof. Kaole Ruins:Approximately 5 km south of the Bagamoyo Country Club is the present village of Kaole and the Kaole Ruins. The ruins are of an ancient trading town of Shirazi orgin dating back from the 13th to 17th centuries. The site includes two mosques and thirty tombs.