A very warm and welcoming place to stay in a wonderful part of the world. We had a lovely time and the staff went out of their way to make our stay as pleasant as possible. We will be sure to be back next year.
Myself and three companions on a motorbike trip to Namibia shared a self-catering unit. The price was reasonable, the dinner was wholesome and tasty. The room and facilities were spotless, well maintained. The owner paid us a personal visit, offered us an early breakfast and really went out of his way toe make us comfortable. It was a most pleasant...
Great place to stay......................waitresses and restaurant need a wake-up call. The rooms are spacious and clean, parking is safe and secure and all facilities are available. The only distraction was the overall food experience
My girlfriend and I went with friends to the hotel for dinner to try out their Sushi special - buy one get one free every Tuesday and Thursday between 19h00 and 21h00. The sushi was very good and I would certainly recommend it if you are in the area and craving some. The service is a bit slow but the...
I was very satisfied with my stay at this venue and was surprised to find such a good quality hotel in such a small rural town.
I will certainly recommend any of my colleagues who travel to that area to stay there.
When you walk into this hotel you immediately notice the kalahari themed foyer and a bit of history of the surroundings - I found this fascinating. Sadly however I didn't find an extension of this in the room I stayed in - in particular the standard rooms with the windows facing voortrekker street. Plain boring decor inconsistent with the name...