Giraffe Manor is a boutique hotel located in Nairobi, Kenya. It is known for its unique feature of allowing guests to interact with a resident herd of endangered Rothschild’s giraffes, who often poke their long necks through the windows of the property to say hello.

The manor was originally built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan, and was later purchased by Jock Leslie-Melville and his wife Betty, who were instrumental in establishing the giraffe herd on the property. The couple initially brought two giraffes to the property in the 1970s, and over time the herd grew as they continued to work towards giraffe conservation efforts.

Today, the hotel is a popular destination for tourists seeking a unique wildlife experience, and a portion of the proceeds from the hotel goes towards the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, which works to protect giraffe populations in Africa.