About this listing
Spacious and light room available for rent for short periods of time, in Eros, 15 min walking from the centre of town, and just around the corner of Joe's Beerhouse, in quiet complex and neighbourhood.
I do not provide a proper breakfast but make sure there is coffee and tea available as well as bread and preserves/cold meats
Guest may use kitchen for making their own breakfast, there is Wi-Fi and if necessary may use my computer.
Interaction with Guests
Depends on the guest, time of the week etc....
Rsidential neighbourhood close to downtown, small shopping centre around the corner with supermarket , pharmacy, coffee shop, etc.
Youc an walk to downtown in 15 min, take a radio taxi (N$ 70,00) or a katutura taxi (shared taxi)
No additional guests
Roelof was a great host! Very welcoming and informative. The accommodation just as pictured, very neat, clean and definitely worth the stay. He is reliable and sticks to his word. Thank you Roelof
Roelof was the perfect host: accommodating, respectful, open-minded. He even had some welcome refreshments for me and is interesting to chat to about Windhoek and Namibia.
Great host in a great quiet neighborhood near some yummy restaurants. No complaints!
Roelof is a great host, had good communication with him prior to arrival and he was extremely helpful with information about the local area and the city of Windhoek. The apartment is clean, functional and in a great location close to local amenities. Thanks Roelof !
Roelof was a very welcoming and pleasant house mate, willing to offer suggestions and tips, and we had long interesting chats. His nice grey cat is calm as well!
I certainly recommend that place which is totally consistent with the ad.
About the Host, Roelof
Single Dutch national living in Namibia for the last 25 years, non smoker and my cat stays home when I travel.
When travelling I prefer to stay with real people, it is a better way to get to know the country you visit than a hotel that is the same anywhere in the world.
I sing in two choirs, a church choir and with the Windhoek men's choir, lots of fun, not only the singing but also the socialising, so yes, I don't need a TV, too many things to do.