Kashana offers the best value for money in the country. Most guests stay more than just one or two days. They enjoy the comfort of the chalets or like it to relax at the pool. At Kashana you are accommodated in comfortable bungalows with every room offering either a king size or two double beds. Two family chalets with thatched roofs, each with one double and three single beds, are also available. The chalets all have air conditioning, a fridge and safe. Additionally, two luxury rooms are located close to the pool, with separate lounge areas and a shared verandah. Of course, television and internet connection are part of the package.
Revel in the silence of Africa, complemented by a view of the Omaruru river bed and Erongo Mountains, whilst enjoying your sundowners on your bungalow's veranda. Although out in nature, you are still close enough to town to be able to sample its attractions, such as meeting local artists and craftsmen. The little town offers attractive souvenir shops and restaurants and mingling with the locals will give you the opportunity to obtain a very personal impression of Namibia and its people.
Kashana’s restaurant offers a delightful Namibian culinary experience for individuals and groups. You are welcome to join for lunch, coffee or an exquisite dinner with the opportunity to sample the wine list. They also cater for functions, for which there are three different rooms to choose from as venues.
“Kashana” is a word from the Owambo language and translates as “wide open plain”. It appears that previous inhabitants have been inspired by the bush savannah that surrounds the country house in choosing this name. Built in 1907 during the German colonial rule, the main building originally served as a casino for mine workers. Over the years it was used for different purposes, but unfortunately it became ever more dilapidated. The new owners restored the building to its former architectural glory and in August 2007 Kashana Country House was reopened.