A friendly meeting spot for inquisitive travellers and local characters alike, Bahnhof Hotel Aus features all the excitement one could wish for in Namibia’s south. The charming spirit of the time of Bahnhof’s creation in the early 1900s shines through the newly-renovated rooms and the social outdoor spaces.
The village was formerly the site of a Prisoner-of-War Camp that housed German inmates, and many nearby sites allow you to educate yourself on this fascinating history. The area west of Aus is also known for its population of feral horses living in the desert, and you can watch the majestic animals at Garub Pan waterhole. Don’t miss the memorable Sundowner Drive, and take a desert day trip to discover the life that has adapted to the harsh environment.
The hotel offers 25 Twin Rooms, one Family Room, and a self-catering house with 2 rooms, all elegantly decorated with en-suite bathrooms. Catch up on sport or world news at the Historic Bar, and enjoy a wholesome lunch on the sundeck or around the fireplace. The trademark cakes and beer garden offer tasty flavours and Namibian tales worth putting time aside for.