All units are situated in the small town of Aus
*Orange House has two individual en-suite twin bedrooms with shower & toilet, mosquito nets, pedestal fans and built-in cupboards, gas heater in lounge, as well as a covered patio.
*Aloe Rock House has three comfortable twin rooms with two separate bathrooms, each with shower & toilet. The rooms are also equipped with mosquito nets, and pedestal fans. The lounge has a fireplace and additional gas heater is available. There is a small braai facility next to the outside patio.
*Aloe Rock Cottage Located on the same property as Aloe Rock House. It has 1 twin and 1 single room equipped with mosquito nets and a sharing bath room and extra toilet. Only the twin room has built in cupboards while the single room has a loose sideboard with drawers. The lounge has a fireplace and additional gas heater is available.
All units have lounges with DSTV Mini-bouquet, dining room and fully equipped kitchens with all the necessary appliances and utensils for self-catering.
Outside “braai facilities” with a bird`s eye view of the surroundings and within walking distance from the hotel. The self-catering option is ideal for friends and family traveling together.
In Room Facilities:
Orange House – Two individual twin rooms each with mosquito nets, fan and en-suite shower, toilet and built-in cupboards.
Linen and towels are provided with basic amenities.
Aloe Rock House – Three comfortably furnished twin rooms with mosquito nets and pedestal fan in each room. Two separate bathrooms each with shower and toilet. Linen and towels are provided with basic amenities.
Aloe Rock Cottage – One twin and one single room comfortably furnished with mosquito nets and pedestal fan in each room. One sharing bathroom and extra separate toilet. Linen and towels are provided with basic amenities.
The small town of Aus has an astonishing rich history dating back to German colonial times. This charming village was once the hub of many Oxen-wagon transporters and traders. Remains of the POW (prisoners of war) camp can still be seen today followed by many stories of hardship, bravery, diamond rushes and the coming of the railway.
Activities can be booked directly at the hotel Reception.
There is ample and secure parking available at each unit. Vehicles with caravans or trailers are welcome.
Each unit is fully equipped for self-catering with the necessary kitchen equipment and utensils.
Outside “braai facilities” are available.
No internet available at either unit but, guests with mobile devices are welcome to log on to the Aus Cellular network.
Self-Catering guests are more than welcome to make use of the Bahnhof Hotel Aus facilities such as the Bar and Restaurant.
Walking Trails, various Day Trips in and around Aus, unforgettable Sunset drives.
The remnants of the South African built Prisoner of War Camp can be seen, as well as other fortifications relating to the tussle between the German Schutztruppe and South African Forces in 1914. The Commonwealth Graveyard is also a silent relic of that era.
The desert adapted feral horses can be viewed 20km west of Aus on the road to Lüderitz at the Garub waterhole viewpoint.
Visit historic Kolmanskuppe “Ghosttown” outside Lüderitz or Diaz Point.
Take a full day guided tour to explore the very rare fossils from the late Ediacaran period together with Bushman paintings which are not accessible to the general public.