Bullsport Guest Farm

Reviews of Bullsport Guest Farm

Good(89%) From 154 travellers
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Below are independent comments from 154 of our travellers who have visited Bullsport Guest Farm, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr and Mrs S - Oxfordshire
Arrived on: 14-Nov-2017 Stayed for: 4 nights
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Great location for independent walking

We had visited Bullsport in 1999 and were happy to return. It is not designer Africa but none the worse for that - Bullsport is still a working farm.

It is an excellent location for a variety walks on clearly marked trails. The scenery is impressive, the geology is interesting and the plant life surprisingly varied. There is also good bird life around the farm. The accommodation is comfortable but not fancy - brand new AC units had just been installed and were wonderfully quiet. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed all our meals although mosquitos were a nuisance when we ate outside.

We stayed for four nights but would have liked a least one more day to complete all the walks.

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Frank and Cath from Retford
Arrived on: 6-Nov-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Bullsport Guest Farm review

We were pleased that the afternoon farm drive that had to be called off because of a thunderstorm was rearranged (as a modified quiver tree drive) the following morning before our departure. We didn’t ask for this so excellent service.

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Mr & Mrs H from Leicestershire
Arrived on: 11-Oct-2017 Stayed for: 1 nights
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Bullsport Guest Farm review

Because of our flight delay we were only able to stay at Bullsport for one night, but actually that proved to be enough. It is a useful stop off on what otherwise would have been a long drive to our next destination. Because our visit was curtailed we were very kindly offered an afternoon trip to the Quiver Tree Gorge for just the 2 of us. We were driven there and escorted by our excellent guide David, and felt we learnt so much more than if we had done the hike on our own, which is what usually happens. He pointed out so many interesting features regarding plant life, geology, animals and birds.

The accommodation at Bullsport is quite simple, but spacious and comfortable. The meals were fine but they have a system of allotting you tables which wasn't explained and we kept getting moved around.

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Mr and Mrs J. from Bristol
Arrived on: 28-Sep-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Lovely family atmosphere at Bullsport

We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay at Bullsport.

We particularly enjoyed the family atmosphere where we were greeted by Jonathon and his dad who also joined us for our evening meal.

We didn't take part in any of the organised activities but enjoyed walking along the well sign posted trails around the estate and enjoyed the views as well, as seeing some "plains game" on the way.

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Mrs F & Mr N - Surrey
Arrived on: 25-Sep-2017 Stayed for: 1 nights
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Good walking base

We only had 1 night here but would have liked 2.

Well ordered farm with a small swimming pool and large lounge area in the farmhouse to si read, drink, wifi etc. The owners were friendly, lovely dinner outside that included zebra and helpful staff.

Several self guided walks and we did one after breakfast before leaving. Horse riding options, even for beginners, that I would try if we returned

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Mr & Mrs B.from Herts
Arrived on: 22-Sep-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Very homely and welcoming stay

This was a very homely and relaxed place to stop at. On both evenings we sat outside for dinner with our hosts and enjoyed excellent food and company.

We walked one of their trails on our own in the morning and in the afternoon we were taken to Quiver Gorge and walked about half of the way up with a one of the staff. This was not on their list of activities but when we said that we didn't want to do the whole of the trail from the top the owners offered to do this for us. The Quiver trees, Baobabs and other sights in the gorge were stunning.

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Muz from Colchester
Arrived on: 9-Sep-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Great fund at Bullsport

great fun on the early morning 4 x 4 trip up the mountains and the 5k walk back to the farm

Second morning we really enjoyed a couple of hours on horseback

We had the large guest room at the end of the cottages, it was excellent

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Ms L. from Heathfield
Arrived on: 4-Sep-2017 Stayed for: 1 nights
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Homely farm for a short stay

We loved the location of Bullsport Guest Farm and managed to do some walking in the beautiful surroundings during our short stay (they provide information about guided walks from the farm).

Our room was spacious, clean and quite basic, providing everything we needed for just one night. We enjoyed the communal meal in the evening, when the owners and their team joined us and were able to give us an insight into what it is like to live and work near the Naukluft Mountains.

We would certainly recommend Bullsport Guest Farm for a short stay, especially if you like walking or horse riding.

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Mr and Mrs H. from Fleet
Arrived on: 20-Aug-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Fascinating window into a working farm

We really enjoyed the farm drive and the chance to learn about the practical and political issues involved with running a large farm in very challenging conditions. Our visit gave us insights into the difficulties of raising stock in a very arid area. It provided a very good introduction to Namibia.

I also enjoyed the chance to wander by myself over the farm along the suggested trails, looking at birds. We liked the chance to meet interesting people at dinner and enjoyed the food.

The room was simple, the bed very comfortable.

It made a very good stopping off point on our way from Windhoek to Sesriem.

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Mr & Mrs T from Bucks
Arrived on: 11-Aug-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Great walks and location - Bullsport Farm

Beautiful location at the foot of the Naukluft mountains. Very large, very comfortable and well designed rooms.

Family are very welcoming and we loved the communal dinners (delicious - as were the afternoon teas..), with the chance to find out more about farming and horses in Namibia. Added bonus of the canine members of the family who are are welcoming too!

There are a number of well defined walks that are a perfect antidote to the first day of driving on Namibia's gravel roads!

Guided walk to the Quivertree Gorge was super - our guide spotted many animals and birds (Hartmann's zebra and black eagles) which we would never have seen.

Only issue was the map from Expert Africa indicated that the farm was located north on the road from Reheboth. It's just south ;-)

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