I went to Midgard with friends in total 4 families - 8 Adults, 5 kids 0 – 6 yrs of age.
Rooms quite large with area to entertain guest and with bunk beds for kids which kids were excited about.
Enjoyed facilities such as
+ 3 swimming pool - one of which was a swimming pool for kids where you can relax and watch kids play.
+ Kids play area
+ Guest can climb up the mountain close to the resort.
+ A safari trip with kids - which was paid for seperately.
Breakfast : Ok
Lunch : Afternoon not really hot food.
Dinner : Hot meals prepared and have a buuffet. Eat till your heart content.
After dinner, little areas for camps fires where we could tell tales by moonlight.
We had was a power cut (our room and the other family's room) at night through till the morning and there was no one to contact via room phones till the morning.
The bunk beds had no barriers as my daughter rolls off to the hard floor when sleeping at night.
As a safety precaution, think these bunk beds should have a barrier to prevent kids from falling down such height.
Aside from that it was a great place to stay for a holiday, for the kids and for some peace and tranquillity.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Midgard Country Estate is located only 60 minutes or 85 km northeast of Windhoek and only 70 km from Hosea International Airport in the unspoiled Otjihavero Mountains. An ideal family hide- away, first or last stop for International visitors, intimate meetings, team-building events or weddings.The founder of the Namibian Conglomerate, Ohlthaver & List, Carl List, originally acquired Midgard Country Estate in 1937. His son, Carl Werner List originally farmed the 16,000-hectare Estate and developed this private and intimate world: a household name in Namibia. Today you are invited into this very private world to enjoy the tranquility whilst marveling at the pioneering German Settler spirit, which gave birth to it all. Midgard, a word found in Old Norse, Middle English and High German languages has varying meanings but is popularly thought to be a paradise where the earth rises again, fertile and green, creating a protected world and a safe “empire” for the people.It is an intimate world of its own, which only offers 46 newly decorated and fully equipped rooms, the Main Dining Room & Bar, the Boma, two swimming pools and Pool Bar & BBQ, Gym and Sauna, private Skittling Alley or Kegel Bahn all spaciously situated in a vast sprawling country garden bordering the banks of the Swakop River as it meanders through the Estate on its way to the Atlantic Ocean at Swakopmund. Activities consist of either doing absolutely nothing or discovering Hiking and Mountain Trails, driving along 4x4 tracks, playing Volley Ball, Tennis, Table Tennis or outdoor Chess, Star Gazing, and then viewing the Vintage Car Collection.One of the Estate’s major attractions is a Sundowner Drive or Nature Game Drive to Hilltop for an amazing sunset accompanied by traditional “sundowners”. Morning and afternoon Nature Game Drives through the separate 2,000-hectare Nature Reserve along the Swakop River will open up an experience clearly confirming what life was like on a traditional Namibian Farming and Game Estate in years gone by. Wildlife found here includes Giraffe, Blue and Black Wildebeest, Oryx, Kudu, Hartebeest, Eland, Warthog, Baboons, and smaller antelope species such as the Steenbok. Birding along the riverfront can also be rewarding. ... more less
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