Eningu Lodge (the Clayhouse Lodge)Pool area © Eningu Lodge

Eningu Lodge

The "Clayhouse Lodge" south east of Windhoek

Eningu Lodge is located south east of Windhoek and offers 9 rooms, a swimming pool and a heated whirl pool (Jacuzzi) for cold winter days. The lodge is built with handmade clay bricks and creatively decorated. Several well-marked hiking trails are available.

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Specifications

Type
Lodge
Rooms
9
Campsites
-
Location
Situated 65 km south-east of Windhoek International Airport
Activities

Rates & Reservations

Type20192020
01.11.18 - 31.10.1901.11.19 - 31.10.20
PP singleN$ 1640N$ 1640
PP sharingN$ 1540N$ 1540
The rates are per person per night DBB

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It’s our pleasure to book this accommodation for you. You will have no additional costs as we charge the public rates. Please be advised that we are not able to make any campsite bookings. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions.

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