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Dabis Guest Farm
The farmstead is surrounded by a limestone plateau and is an ideal stopover between Windhoek, Luderitz, Sossusvlei or the Fish River Canyon.
Owned by the Gaugler family since 1926, this working sheep farm is now run by the families 4th generation, Stephan and Jenny. They maintain a fitting balance between running a guest house and operating their sheep farm and many of their guests comment on their forward thinking, enthusiasm and environmentally sensitive disposition.
In the peaceful farm atmosphere, guests can enjoy German-Namibian hospitality, a high standard of personal service and delicious home-cooked meals, prepared mainly from farm produce. An insight into Namibian farm life, as well has the difficulties on sheep farming in this arid area of the country, can be grasped from the German, English and Afrikaans speaking hosts.
Breakfast on the farm includes cereal, yogurt, juice, fresh baked bread, cheese, salami and tea/coffee. Fried eggs are also available. Tea/coffee with freshly baked banana bread/cake are served in the afternoon. A typical dinner meal would be lamb stew with rice, beetroot salad and butternut. There is no bar, but soft drinks, beer and wine are available.
There is a garden with a beautiful green lawn and large shady trees to relax under. There are some wonderful views from the swimming pool and guests are also welcome to use the tennis court. Rackets are available if guests fancy a smash or a volley before afternoon tea!