The Daily Mail posted images of the hotel taken by a recent guest, Scottish photographer Robin Moore, who said the experience of coming down to breakfast and seeing the giraffes poking through the windows was "surreal."
"I had to keep reminding myself that this was really happening and I was here to witness it.
I also got to learn the giraffes different personalities - the docile one, the cranky one, the gentle one.
It was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience, it made me see these magnificent creatures with new eyes."
Well, we've never shared breakfast with a giraffe before, but really don't think we'd be opposed to the long-necked creatures eating off the same table as us.
Giraffe Manor is owned by couple Mikey and Tanya Carr-Hartley, who oversee not just the hotel, but also a 38-year old giraffe conservation project, as well as a family of of warthogs, exotic birds and bush buck. We're tempted to say we wouldn't even need luxuries like WiFi and room service at a place like that, but, sure enough, the hotel rate (starting at around $662/night) does in fact include full board and WiFi.
[Photo: Robin Moore / Nat Geo Stock]