The farm house and guest rooms are located midst the vast colourful garden.
Otjisazu offers comfortable rooms that are facing the lovely garden with diverse grasses, aloe veras, cactuses, old trees and palm trees.
The main building is made of open-plan areas and linked by wide arches.
Huge windows look onto the front garden from the reception area. In the cosy lounge, comfortable sofas are surrounding a big open brick fireplace.
All rooms are well equipped according to international standards.
The interior is newly furnished: light and modern, with high ceilings, light grey tiled floors and traditional Namibian rosewood.
During the African summer, life will take place outside.
All meals are served on the Lapa, the thatched-roof restaurant. During the short African winter, the same service is offered at our tastefully decorated restaurant inside.
We will spoil you with traditional African and International cuisine.
The fresh African air and abundant impressions from the farm safaris encourage a healthy appetite. A lot of home-grown/made products and game are used for cooking. On braai-evenings (barbecue) boerewors and mouth-watering tender steaks are put on the charcoal grill. We prepare full breakfast with a variety of options in buffet-style, light lunch, coffee/tea and a multi course dinner.
The pool bar serves you the most popular drinks.
Enjoy the coolness of the pool and have drinks served at the pool bar. Swim lanes in our swimming pool with a length of 11 m and a depth of 2.20 m. While in the pool, you can watch wildlife drinking at the waterhole observation point.
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When the old Herero settlement became a missionary station
The Otjisazu Guest Farm was established as a missionary in 1872 and is well known in Namibia. The historical background spans from the time of the German colony Southwest Africa founded in 1904 to the actual modern independent State of Namibia. Years ago, the 28 square kilometre farm served as a mission station for the Rheinische Mission and there is still a wall from the original church visible at the reception area. Today, the farmhouse is beautiful refurbished, stylish guest farm with a well designed garden and rooms.
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