Bush Pillow Guest House
Otjiwarongo - Namibia
Visitors travelling to the north of Namibia who wish to stay in peaceful surroundings in style and comfort should overnight at Bush Pillow Guest House. Set in the cheetah capital of the world, Otjiwarongo, it is conveniently located to use as a base for visiting the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), the AfriCat Foundation, Etosha Game Park and the Waterberg Plateau.
Facilities here are excellent and will suit the corporate community, families and those on a self drive safari around Namibia. Guests can use the braai area, order a refreshing drink from the bar and take a dip in the swimming pool set underneath palm trees. Enjoy a read in the large private library and keep warm around the inviting fireplace on those cold winter nights. Other services include fax and Internet access, babysitting, laundry, secure parking and an airport shuttle. Pets are permitted by prior arrangement.
The conference centre can cater for groups of between 25-75 people. It offers a complete range of services, inclusive of telephone conferencing, video projectors and multi media equipment.
The Maxamesi Dining Room offers meals (lunch & dinner need to be requested in advance) not often found on general menus, all complemented by fine wines from the bar. This is a very peaceful place, with a lovely garden to sit in, and the service is friendly and customer focused.
Accommodation is in 7 spacious, comfortable and individually decorated bedrooms. Enjoy a good nights sleep in quality bedding. There are:
- Double Rooms: 4 of the double rooms have 2 single beds and 1 room has a double bed. They all have en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV (Mnet), a fan and a tea/coffee station.
- Family Room: There is 1 family room with a double bed and 2 single beds, sleeping up to 4 persons. The facilities are similar to the double rooms and a passage way leads to the bathroom with bath and shower.
Activities on offer are bird walks, game drives, sundowners on Namibia's own Ayers Rock, swimming or historic town tours. There is a narrow gauge steam locomotive, telecommunications museum, and a theatre nearby.
English, Dutch, German and Afrikaans are spoken here.
- Cheetah Conservation
- Self-drive day trips to learn of cheetah conservation and rehabilitation can be organized from here.
- Gamkarab Caves
- There are some fascinating rock formations and un spoilt underground water on a self-drive tour on a farm not far from Outjo.
- Crocodile Ranch
- A short self-drive to the eastern limits of Otjiwarongo for a closer than usual look at the inmates on the local croc farm.
- If arriving from Windhoek turn left before the Caltex petrol Station after entering the Otjiwarongo, follow Sonn road and you'll the lodge on the corner of Sonn road and Hoog street. Bush Pillow Guest House is opposite the sports grounds
- Entering Otjiwarongo from the north (Otavi & Tsumeb) turn right at the Caltex garage into Sonn road, the guest house is on the corner of Sonn road and Hoog street Bush Pillow is opposite the sports grounds
- Entering from Outjo & Omaruru turn right at into Sonn road (which is the 2nd street to your right as you enter Otjiwarongo) Bush Pillow is 300m up the road on the corner of Sonn road and Hoog street
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