Main Building

Our Accommodation

The main building or the lodge

Despite its size, the unique main building blends well into its surroundings, with the irregular thatch roof mirroring the mountain range on the southern banks of the river. Open on all sides, natural rock islands protrude into the main lapa area, and at the rear, the bar offers striking views of the swimming pool, and along the river valley. A newly built reception area next to the main lapa offer guests the opportunity to book activities, discuss their itinerary, and find out anything else they wish to know. In keeping with the ambiance at Huab, meals are enjoyed at a family table. Here it’s about making friends, exchanging opinions, kicking off your shoes, and making yourself at home. A variety of less wellknown South African wines are presented with dinner, for guests to appreciate and enjoy. Huab Lodge is located at the end of a 35km off the beaten track cul de sac, making it the ideal place to stop over for two nights or more. In fact, giving yourself several days to enjoy and absorb the tranquillity and quiet, the welcoming and comfortable atmosphere, and the many activities at the lodge, is highly recommended. For those who do not wish to drive themselves, there is an airstrip in close proximity to (1km) the lodge and guests who fly in are picked up and chauffeured to the lodge and back.

Huab Main Building at Night
Bungalow Interior

Accommodation

Huab Lodge’s eight spacious, extensively refurbished, stone and thatch bungalows - accommodating a maximum of 16 guests – are spread along the elevated north bank of the river ensuring a magnificent and private view of the Huab River Valley, even from the shower! Each bungalow has a large private patio and is tastefully furnished with two extra-long double beds. Large windows and sliding doors allow in both light and a view across the Huab. There is in fact no need to even close the curtains – rather watch the stars and listen to the calls of owls and barking geckos as you drift off to sleep. The Lodge provides 24-hour 220-volt power thanks to a silent solar energy plant concealed on the hill, and the chemically untreated water has a neutral pH value. Each bungalow is equipped with mosquito nets and a ceiling fan, and while there are no coffee and tea facilities inside the rooms, an early morning beverage can easily be arranged should guests request such. Huab Lodge also has a bungalow with limited facilities for physically challenged guests.

Accommodation

Huab Lodge’s eight spacious, extensively refurbished, stone and thatch bungalows - accommodating a maximum of 16 guests – are spread along the elevated north bank of the river ensuring a magnificent and private view of the Huab River Valley, even from the shower! Each bungalow has a large private patio and is tastefully furnished with two extra-long double beds. Large windows and sliding doors allow in both light and a view across the Huab. There is in fact no need to even close the curtains – rather watch the stars and listen to the calls of owls and barking geckos as you drift off to sleep. The Lodge provides 24-hour 220-volt power thanks to a silent solar energy plant concealed on the hill, and the chemically untreated water has a neutral pH value. Each bungalow is equipped with mosquito nets and a ceiling fan, and while there are no coffee and tea facilities inside the rooms, an early morning beverage can easily be arranged should guests request such. Huab Lodge also has a bungalow with limited facilities for physically challenged guests.

Bungalow Interior
Bungalow Exterior
Bungalow Exterior
Bungalow Exterior