Dubbed as one of Nairobi’s oldest and most notable historic houses, the Constant Gardener is a small rustic house located in a very quiet & secluded neighborhood of Rosslyn, Nairobi. Built-in 1919, the house stays up to 5 guests at a time and is a nostalgic memoir of the Constant Gardener movie adopted from a 2001 novel by the same name from the British author John le Carré. The movie & the novel explores the story of Justin Quayle, a British diplomat as he tries to solve the murder of his wife Tessa, who was an Amnesty activist. Today, the Constant Gardener provides a rare opportunity to walk & reminisce into a bygone colonial era.
Visit the Nolstagical Constant Gardener House