Located in the heart of Lake Malawi and only south of the serene beaches of the Nkhata Bay, the Chintheche promises a comfortable stay to those who are looking forward to explore the wilderness.
Relax under the shades of a thousand indigenous trees, soak some sun on the calm beaches of the region and head back to your comfortable accommodation at the Chintheche Inn, to indulge in exclusive services.
Set on a classically deserted, beautiful beach
Fun, beach holiday for families
Many lakeside, cultural & nature-based activities
Mountain biking, birding & fishing
Friendly Malawian service & hospitality
Malawi, Lake Malawi
Type of Accommodation
The Chintheche Inn offers a wide range of amenities; from laundry services to an exclusive bar, restaurant, and a well-maintained swimming pool.
You can get in touch with the most friendly staff at the Chintheche Inn and request for their help in hiring mountain bikes or to head out on a relaxing trip through the Lake Malawi on the Chintheche Inn’s paddle skis or a traditional fishing boat.
The Chintheche Inn features an exclusive dining area that overlooks the untouched landscapes of the region and the Inn’s most serene garden. Grab a delicious drink from Chintheche’s bar and indulge in home-style meals, barbecues by the lake, or a romantic lantern-lit dinner on your balcony.
The Chintheche Inn offers family units – ideal for families and groups—and standard rooms.
There are ten standard rooms at the Chintheche Inn. Each room is carefully furnished with local crafts and feature mosquito netting, en-suite bathroom, fan and a private balcony that promises the most breathtaking views of the beach.
The family units at Chintheche Inn are an ideal fit for families looking to stay together. The units feature all the amenities as that of a standard room; with the addition of extra space.
Standard Room AMENITIES
En-suite shower only
Other Room Types
Inter-leading rooms are available for those travelling as a family and who want to stay in close proximity to their children.
Local village visits