Hotel Mokuti Lodge Tsumeb
Offering comfortable accommodation and convenient facilities, the Mokuti Lodge provides you with all of the quality amenities to make your stay a memorable one.LocationThe Mokuti Lodge is located just outside the Von Lindequist gate of the Etosha National Park. The lodge boasts unique African charm combined with international standards of luxury, situated on the eastern edge of the Etosha National Park, renowned to be one of the most spectacular game viewing areas in Africa. RoomsEach of the chalets, set under cool thatch, is equipped with a host of contemporary amenities. RestaurantThe lodge boasts two restaurants and bars. Dinner is served in the a-la-carte restaurant, but guests also have a choice of dinner from the carvery buffet, a theme evening or dinner in the boma. The Boma is a safari tradition where guests sit under thatch and enjoy a good meal and a relaxed glass of wine around a traditional African fire. GeneralFavourable parking facilities are available on the premises. Lodge facilities further include baby sitting, laundry and tennis court.
Hotel Etosha Aoba Lodge Tsumeb
GeneralThe guests at the Lodge have over the years often become repeat visitors and have supported the two organisations that evaluate guest response to make awards to the hospitality industry.The small plunge pool is a concession to the creature comforts of our guests! Even just relaxing by the pool, the binoculars should be close to hand to spot birds and squirrels active in the tall, shady trees above. (Ro 09.08)SurroundingAreaThis tranquil retreat for max 20 guests is located in a Tamboti-Terminalia forest next to a dry river bed.RoomTypesThe ten well-appointed thatched cottages have large twin beds and offer such comforts as shower, ceiling fan and a tea/ coffe machine. Relax on your own verandah and enjoy nature.PropertyInformationThe structure of wood and thatch with natural stone floors and furnished with dolf wood furniture and local handicrafts enhance the african feeling.DiningFacilitiesGreat emphasis is laid on excellent cuisine. Home grown and local produce provide fresh ingredients for a variety of euro-namibian meals. 'Home grown' game and beef is served, for example as Kudu terrine, Zebra steaks or roast beef from cattle raised naturally. A good selection of south african wines is available at reasonable prices to enhance the delicious dinner and of course the excellent beers of Namibia are well chilled and waiting! The breakfast buffet includes fruits of the season, eggs to order, a variety of german style breads and home made marmalades from wild Eros plums and Marula fruits.Copyright(c) Donvand Limited 2009AreaDetailsCountryside 100 kms to city centre 500 kms to the nearest airport (hosea kutako intl)RoomInformation10 Single rooms Double rooms Twin rooms
Hotel Mushara Lodge Tsumeb
GeneralThe name Mushara derives from the Purple Pod Terminalia tree, which grows in abundance in the lodge grounds and the surrounding area. The thatched public area consists of a small library with a selection of good books, a bar with an extensive wine cellar, airy lounge with welcoming fireplace for winter evenings, and well stocked curio shop. (Ro 08/06)SurroundingAreaLocated only 8kms from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern outskirts of the Etosha National Park.RoomTypesOur Lodge consists of ten spacious chalets, one family unit and two single rooms.Each chalet and the rooms are extremely spacious and are furnished with air-conditioning, mosquito net, mini bar fridge, safe, tea and coffee making facilities, electric lights, direct dial telephone, wardrobe and luggage rack. The bathrooms are en suite with separate toilette. Seven of the chalets have just a shower and the other three chalets, the triple room and the single rooms have a bath and shower.DiningFacilitiesHas a dining area.Copyright(c) Donvand Limited 2009AreaDetailsNear Centre 10 kms to city centre 500 kms to the nearest airport (hosea kutako intl) 10 km to the nearest station (namutoni)RoomInformation18 Single rooms Double rooms Twin rooms Triple rooms