The main building of Huab Lodge is an enormous thatch roof with open sides so you feel as though you are in the middle of Namibias Damaraland while staying well in the shade. The lodge's reception area offers a cosy seating arrangement with a well-assorted reference library as well as photographs of all the guests who have come to stay over the years.
The long dining table and other convenient tables and chairs are made of heavy Rhodesian teak sleepers and the easy chairs have colourful handmade cushions. Natural rock islands protrude into the area and are decorated with curious details.
The spacious bungalows at Huab Lodge have a large private patio and are tastefully and practically furnished. They all include a separate En-suite toilet, two hand-wash basins and mirrors and even the shower has a view. The airy room with two king size beds has large windows giving lots of light and a view across the Huab. Mosquito nets, a ceiling fan, and a torch as well as biologically degradable soaps and shampoo are provided.
Meals are enjoyed with the hosts at the family table, where in the lodge's friendly atmosphere guests can make friends and exchange opinions and learn more about Namibia. In Huab Lodge tradition a variety of less well-known South African wines are presented ceremoniously each evening for guests to appreciate and enjoy.