We are situated 1km from the business hub of Otjiwarongo. It is the ideal location; far enough from the hustle and the bustle to enjoy a peaceful rest but close enough to be at your business meeting or one of the great attractions in minutes.
We have 7 elegantly furnished, quality en-suite bedrooms. The warm decor and soft furnishings in the rooms create an ambience that our guests will truly appreciate.
Relax outside by our bright blue pool or enjoy our very comfortable lounge area where you can enjoy the owners art collection or indulge in one of the many books in his private collection. We also have a nice airy Dining room where you can have dinner if it is pre-arranged.
Otjiwarongo (Otjiherero: "pleasant place" or "place where fat cattle graze") is a city of 20,000 inhabitants in the Otjozondjupa Region of Namibia. It is the district capital of the Otjiwarongo electoral constituency and also the capital of Otjozondjupa.
Otjiwarongo is situated in central-north Namibia on the TransNamib railway. It is the biggest business centre for Otjozondjupa Region. Otjiwarongo is located on the B1 road and its links between Windhoek, the Golden Triangle of Otavi, Tsumeb and Grootfontein, and Etosha National Park. It is one of Namibia's fast growing towns, with a neat and peaceful quality environment, and many excellent facilities including supermarkets, banks, lodges and hotels.
In Room Facilities:
All our rooms are beautiful appointed, spacious and en-suite. The rooms are equipped with LCD TVs and have 6 Satellite TV channels for your pleasure. Work at the spacious desk and keep in touch with high-speed internet access (WIFI)
The main interest for tourists is Otjiwarongo's proximity to the Waterberg Plateau Park. Otjiwarongo is home to the Cheetah Conservation Fund, an internationally-recognized organization dedicated to ensuring the long-term survival of the cheetah through research, conservation and education. Also about 50km from Otjiwarongo is Okonjima, the home of the Africat Foundation, a successful cheetah and leopard rehabilitation centre, with viewing made possible by staying at the adjacent Okonjima Lodge. On the edge of town is the Crocodile Ranch, one of the few captive breeding programs for the Nile Crocodile that has been registered with CITES. The ranch exports the skins, but sells the meat locally. Also in town is Locomotive No 41, originally brought from Germany to haul ore between Tsumeb and the port at Swakopmund.