We opened our doors in 1994 and were the first Bed and Breakfast in Arusha.
We are family owned and provide clean, comfortable accommodation at reasonable rates. Our on-site restaurant offers fresh, tasty food which is mainly made from local, seasonal ingredients.
There is free Wifi in the cafe, restaurant and bar, as well as a swimming pool and conference room.
We are situated in a leafy residential area close to the town centre – around 20 minutes’ walk or 5 minutes’ drive to the clock tower roundabout.
The main house belonged to the renowned conservationist Bernhard Grzimek, one of the key founders of the Serengeti national park and Director of the Frankfurt Zoological Society (1945 to 1974).
Steve and Cathy Attwell bought the house from the Grzimek family and have retained strong links with the Frankfurt Zoological Society. The Outpost has been the home away from home for many researchers and conservationists from the Society over the years.