About White House Guest Farm
The White House is an affordable halfway stop between Cape Town and Windhoek with accommodation for up to 28 people. The house itself is a stunning old farmhouse with Oregon pine floors, high wooden ceilings, wide verandas and a huge kitchen.
Guests stay in one of the five beautiful old rooms with en-suite facilities. The White House is fully equipped with bedding, towels, cutlery, toaster, kettle, tea, coffee, and sugar. There is provision for self-catering, but the guest house is well known for their home-cooked meals. We serve dinner, breakfast and provide braai packs. We also supply the wood and grid.
The White House is situated just over a 100 km from both the Fish River Canyon and Ais Ais Hot Springs.
Meals are available on request at an additional fee.
White House Guest Farm Rooms
Reviews for White House Guest Farm14 guest reviews Reviews of
4 out of 5 stars
14 of us, (aged between 17 and 50), were warmly received by our very organised hosts. The house was clean and well equipped. We booked a dinner, which was delicious, and also ordered packed breakfasts for the next days' journey. Well priced, and situated for those travelling from Cape Town up north or visa versa. (+-860kms).
The family room we stayed in was enormous and very comfortable. It felt like home. The farm is beautiful and the owner Dolf was very friendly.
Very friendly owners, very nice food. Would go there again.
My husband and I recently travelled from SA through Namibia and stayed for one night at the White House Guest Farm. We received a lovely warm welcome from the owner, Kinna, and a wonderfully cooked dinner. We will stay there again.
Dit was ons 2de aand in Namibië en ons het dit baie geniet.
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