I did not like the array of stuffed animal heads in the entrance hallway and the display of many awards for hunting in Namibia. I did not recall seeing these when we stayed there, some years back and was not aware that there was such a celebration of hunting when I booked for this recent visit. I learned, before we departed, that they were a fairly recent addition. I have to say that, despite the beauty of the house and the helpfulness of the owner, this array and homage to the destruction of these large animals, would make me very uneasy about recommending this house to friends who are concerned about animal welfare.
It would also be the deciding factor for us in not returning to stay at this, otherwise, delightful house.
I loved the granite detail throughout the external & internal fabric of the house, in particular, around the windows and around the edges of our bedroom floor. Our bathroom was in an annexe off our room and contained lots of granite details. The garden and pool were accessed directly through the dining room and the hallway leading to same. The house was located on a street, not far from the centre of town but had the feeling inside and in the garden area, of a detached house in attractive leafy suburbs. There was a calm, restful air throughout.