Blending in with the surrounding bush, was the main focus of 18 thatch roofed rooms, set along the edge of the park, while spacious comfort was another.
Equipped with ensuite bathroom/ toilet, telephone, coffee making facilities, bar fridge and open terrace, the rooms provide just that.
Adorned with individual wall paintings of the renowned local artist "Von Aschenborn", and laid out with carpets, woven from the wool of the locally bred Karakul sheep, they reflect the "grandeur" of times long gone by.
Additional rooms are situated at the Mountain lodge. Cane furniture and balcony are rendering comfort combined with a spectacular view of the landscape below, gently rolling towards the horizon.
Park Restaurant :
Separated from the Hyena Lounge by a water- & rock cascade, the Park Restaurant offers a variety of specialties; unusual local game dishes, creative starters and naughty desserts - all prepared with the particular touch of the settlers' cooking philosophy, and as such, according to recipes handed down from generation to generation.
The cozy, candle-lit atmosphere is enhanced by the open fire place and the dreamlike view of antelope peacefully grazing ....
The Hyena Lounge and Bar :
Carved from the wood of the Camel thorn tree and located along the edge of a huge thatch roof dome, the Hyena Bar offers a noble range of ancient sherries, divine brandies and selected wines. The Wine Cellar :
Hidden among the formations of the "Lion's rock" lies Okapuka Ranch's "Wine Cellar" ...
A selection for everyone - from top estate blends and single cultivars to excellent table wines - to complement a meal, or to be enjoyed on its' own, with a "good story to tell" - from fresh, crisp, young wines to elegant, velvety-soft and powerful characters, from modern styles to old world aristocracy - honouring what has been, as well as what is still to come.
30km north of Windhoek, directly at the B1 ...