The 16 rooms are enormous stone, canvas, wood and thatch constructions with a private verandah and en suite bathrooms with and an additional outdoor shower.
The main living area sits on a small outcrop and has a wrap-around deck, more French doors than France and a stunning rooftop deck the looks out over the plains and up into the night sky. A pool deck, lounge, restaurant and bar make up the downstairs section and the view is almost as good.
16 thatch, stone and canvas rooms, including a family room; private verandah; en suite bathroom with additional outdoor shower; fans; indoor and outdoor dining; swimming pool; bar; curio shop; gallery; laundry; airstrip
Nature drives to Twyfelfontein and tour of the ancient rock paintings and engravings; Burnt Mountain; Organ Pipes; desert-adapted elephants in the Aba-Huab Riverbed; stargazing; guided walks; cultural experiences.
Wildlife is not a feature but you may well see desert-adapted elephant and some of the Damaraland locals: gemsbok, springbok, ostrich, kudu, Hartman's mountain zebra and, if you're lucky, the world's last free-ranging black rhino. A highlight is the fascinating expedition to Twyfelfontein with its San art engravings, and the largest collection of prehistoric rock art in Africa.