About Eagle Rock Guest Farm
Eagle Rock Guest Farm is a comfortable and welcoming guest farm located 35 km from Windhoek; and offer stunning views of the seemingly endless horizons of the Namibian savanna and its renowned African sunsets. At Eagle Rock you can enjoy the fresh African air, away from the city life.
Accommodation is offered in spacious twin bed bungalows with large bathrooms. Unlimited internet usage is available; and guests are welcome to take a dip in the crystal clear pool. There is also a room with wheelchair access.
Early morning tea and coffee, and homemade cookies, are served to you in your room. Warm bread and rolls, and many homemade products are provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner, including jam, ice-cream, meat from our own butcher, and fruit and vegetables from our garden.
Airport pick-up is available on request.
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