The nine bush bungalows are scattered along the slope of the Klein Waterberg facing the tip of the mighty Waterberg Plateau. It's all about the scenery and the setting here is ideal. Built of all natural materials to fit in with the landscape, with en suite bathrooms and an outside shower with a magnificent view. The family room consists of 2 rooms with an inter-leading door and each their own en suite bathroom. The Villa is a spcaious self-catering house with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms en suite, a lounge area and a fully equipped kitchen. Cater for yourself or book with the lodge. Why not enjoy a barbecue? You have your own braai area and veranda.
The main living area has a swimming pool, a large lounge, a library stocked with natural history books, and a large bar. Décor throughout is a combination of bygone and rustic charm with liberal use of white fabrics and the occasional earthy daub.
Hannah prepares meals with fresh home-grown organic produce while Harry conducts guided tours of the game farm and visits to the Waterberg Plateau Park and the Cheetah Conservation Fund. Dining is a communal affair. Sit with other guests at one of two long tables. A chance to share tales and meet like-minded travellers.
It's a more than comfortable family-friendly stay. It's by no means luxury but for a typical Namibian guest farm, it's one of the best. As on any farm, you should expect to meet the farm pets who do hang around the lodge from time to time. It's all part of the "welcome to our guest farm" charm.
Nature drives; guided walking trails; excursions to Cheetah Conservation Fund and Waterberg Plateau Park
The 50,000ha farm has numerous species of wildlife and hundreds of species of bird. Together with several neighbouring farms, Harry and Hannah founded the Waterberg Conservancy with the aim of preserving the ecosystem to support the region's diverse flora and fauna.