Beautiful place in the middle of the bush, near the "rock", a lovely hill that dominate the bush. But the magic of this place occurs with the great sens of hospitality of Evelina and Dick. Thanks to Dick's kindness (thank you for the music), and the FANTASTIC cooking of Evelina that "put love in every little thing sha makes". Not only a good place but also a great experience.
Spent 2 nights in a bungalow. View from verandah stunning! Sunsets and night skies incredible! Great pool area. Friendly owners. Campsite with communal kitchen also available as well as self-catering bush chalets. Hiking trails on offer. Cannot comment on food as we self-catered.
This is not your typical slick resort but an actual farm, with scattered buildings, corrals and farm animals running around - including three friendly dogs that will actually guide you round the premises and beyond. So first impressions aren't very luxurious, but then you discover the infinite view out of the rooms and the gorgeous collection of plants and cactuses between the lodges and the reception area. The pool area is very nice as well. Hot water comes courtesy of a kind of wood-burning stove outside every lodge, which all adds to the charm of this place. The food (set 3-course menu) is seriously good, especially considering the very reasonable price. Visitors should be aware that this guesthouse is not in the Waterberg Plateau National Park, and it doesn't offer game drives, guided walks or access to it either. Waterberg seems to be a bit complicated to get into, so contact the park directly and in advance if you want any chance of getting there. However, we took a sundowner jeep drive on the Weaver's Rock domain and that turned out to be one of the biggest surprises of our trip, with an incredible sunset and a particularly exceptional wildlife sighting thanks to amazing guide Colin. If you're using Weaver's Rock as a stopover back on the way to Windhoek, as we did, I can recommend you visit the nearby Okonjima nature reserve and the Africat Foundation that is located there.…
Pretty good campsite, isolated places, private showers, toilets and barbecue for a reasonable price ! We paid 270 NAD for one car and two persons. Late arrival is possible, and not hard to find once in Otjiwarongo
Weaver's rock was our last accommodation before returning home again, and it was a very nice goodbye to Namibia. We arrived somwhat late and had no dinner reservations. This was somewhat of a problem, but the staff were heplful and made us very simple dinner with eggs and a salad. The dinners and breakfast we had afterwards were very good. We stayed on the campsite. The showers and toilets are very basic, but clean. The sites on the campsite were small and most jeeps stand very close from one another. But all and all that didn't bother us because the whole atmosphere was very pleasant and calm. The pool and restaurant area are very good and the stunning views around make this a great location. Dinner and breakfast were very good.