Reviews of Corona Guest Farm
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Great and warm welcome
Absolutely stunning food and presentation, staff very friendly, I would suggest to stay there not more that 1 night, there is not much to doRead more about the whole trip
Corona Guest Farm - unusual but fantastic!
This farm was like stepping back in to the 1950s. It was our favourite stay over the whole holiday and my daughter is desperate to go back. I would certainly have liked to stay here for two nights rather than one.
It is surrounded by the most beautiful mountains and is a very long way from anywhere. We had a great evening walk just as the sun was setting. The food was absolutely fantastic and the owner was great. It was the most perfect retreat.
Corona: a wonderful eccentric home
A very warm welcome after a pretty bumpy road (the worst we encountered in Namibia). Beautiful setting in mountains.
Fascinating house full of antiques and curios, and luxurious rooms in main house.
Excellent cooking and service by lovely Christina.Breakfast under bougainvillea an absolute feast.
Only stayed one night but would have liked to stay longer to do some of their walking trails.
A superb guest farm
A great place to stay and much better than expected. Welcome sunset drink by the pool on arrival. The rooms which were individually furnished were luxurious and the food was excellent.
3 out of the 4 of us suffered mossi bites overnight although it was not the malaria type or the area!! Would advice using repellent at night.
Should have stayed for 2 nights.
Pampered at Corona guest farm
It is difficult to describe our wonderful one night stay in this guest Farm. We were the only guests and thoroughly spoilt.
The place is a beautiful oasis full of flowers and immaculate gardens and terraces. The whole establishment was full of character and the suites are all individually designed according to a theme. The service was fantastic, from the welcoming juice when we arrived, a huge freshly baked cake with tea, the sun downer with homemade biltong and a dinner that was worth a Michelin star!
Our evening meal was cooked and served by Anne-Marie to our personal requirements. We sat and chatted with the manager over coffee in front of a huge log fire. Breakfast the next morning was full of choice, including their own cold meats. We even had our car washed for us. All the staff were extremely pleasant and helpful and there seemed to be a very happy atmosphere.
Our only concern would be if we had had a normal saloon car, the track would have been a challenge. This was a very special last night in Namibia. Next time we will stay for more than one night!