The main house, perched on a rock and offering superb views, can accommodate 16 people. It is built of hand-cut stone, thatched with local grass and blends into the environment. Below are two cottages built in the traditional Basotho style that can welcome 8 more guests. The bedrooms are rustic but comfortable and tastefully decorated. Bathrooms are shared. The large dining-room and lounge of the main house can welcome up to 24 people. Visitors can choose between having the delicious meals we offer or cooking for themselves as the houses are equipped for self-catering. We are proud of our welcoming staff, our homely atmosphere, our commitment to Eco-tourism and our integration in the community. We organise guided hikes (mostly to a nearby rock bearing dinosaur footprints or to the top of the plateau) or horse rides.
The historic town of Morija is worth a visit, with the only real Museum in the country, the oldest church and printing works and the oldest standing house in Lesotho which now hosts an Art Gallery, with an artist’s studio and a pottery next to it. Visitors can also go for a village sleepover, after a 4-5 hours’ hike or horse ride, and experience Basotho village life.
Longitude: 27°30’47.75″ E
Latitude: 29°37’58.03″ S