The Babson House at CCF Namibia
The Cheetah Conservation Fund now welcomes overnight visitors to its new guest house.
The three bedroom Babson House now accommodates up to six guests in luxurious and spacious surroundings. In a style reminiscent of the 1940s colonial comfort so admired in Out of Africa, guests can enjoy sundowners on a private veranda over-looking the ever-changing colors of the spectacular Waterberg Plateau. Of course, cheetahs are never far away. In fact, some of the Cheetah Conservation Fund's ambassadors live just a couple of metres from the veranda.
While guests lounge in the deep leather couches in the living room, a private chef will prepare a special meal. Lunch is served on the veranda, while dinner is served at the dining room table beneath an imposing wildlife decorated chandelier. Later, as the sounds of the African night fill the darkness, visitors will sleep soundly in sumptuously furnished bedrooms, each of which has its own spacious bathroom equipped with high quality fittings.
This is true luxury in the midst of stunning natural surroundings. Best of all, the beautiful cheetahs are the guests neighbors.
For information and rates, please contact:
Cheetah Conservation Fund
Box 1755 - Otjiwarongo - Namibia
Phone: +264 (0)61 237 294
Fax: +264 (0)61 237 295