Reviews of Desert Horse Inn
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Great, varied walks in wonderful location
Campsite - One member of staff was very unwelcoming when I arrived and remained unfriendly but other staff really lovely. Beautiful location for walking and of campsite. Loud pop music played in bar early evening, which seemed more of the staff need than the visitors. This seemed out of place, especially when people seemed to want to enjoy the sunset peacefully. Varied lengths of walking trails through different mountain terrain. Stunning views. Feral horses nearby a must visit on your own - wonderful.Read more about the whole safari
Desert Horse Inn review
The Desert Horse Inn provided perfectly adequate acommodation for our third night in Aus.
The staff here were very hepful.
Outstanding location in Eagles Nest bungalows
We had Desert Vista, tucked under the edge of the mountain at the far end of the access track. Worth the extra 7 km drive from the main buildings to the Eagles Nest.
Peace and quiet with ouitstanding views. We did one of the self guided walks that was quite exciting. The evening meals were very good and the optional breakfast pack enabled us to prepare our own breakfast and thus avoid the drive down. Visiting the Desert Horses was well worth while.
Visiting the village of Aus and its visitors centre is well woth while.
Desert views at Eagles Nest.
Boulders Chalet incredible. We spent the afternoon looking at the fabulous view.
Shuttle bus to Desert Horse Lodge (7 kms away) would have been much appreciated. We actually did get a lift from somebody else also travelling with Expert Africa!
Great to see the desert horses on our way to Luderitz the next day.
Two days would have been enough!
It was very cold, we had not been warned about the temp and winds! We'd only brought clothes with us suitable for a chilly English summer evening. No heating in the rooms and hot water in short supply. Went to bed with hot water bottle!
Also we tried 2 of the advertised trails and both times the signposts were inadequate. This could potentially be serious if caught on the mountain after sunset. Would be happy to talk about this.