Die Withuis / The White House

Name of facility

Die Withuis (White House)






Southern Namibia

Contact person

Johann / Sandra

Contact numbers

+27 23 342 0883 / +27(0)82 921 4455


Self Catering


The White House was built in the early 1900, between 1912-1915. This beautiful house is situated on a 15,000ha farm in the far south of Namibia, 11km north of Grünau on the B1, the main road to Windhoek. We are 125km from Ai-Ais Hot-Springs and 115Km from the Fish River Canyons. The White House is often used as a base to make a day-trip to these two places.

Come and enjoy the wide-open spaces, the peace and tranquility, the beautiful sunsets and the millions of bright stars at night.

The White House is an affordable, good, halfway stop between Cape Town and Windhoek


Main Building

4 Family rooms - (Double bed + 2 single beds)

1 Small room - ( 2 Single beds)

Every room has its own toilet facilities.


2 Chalets with Double bed + 2 “bunker”-beds and en suite bathroom.

1 Chalets with 2 single beds and en suite bathroom.

All the mentioned rooms are equipped with a fan for the summer and a heater for the cold winter nights.

The White house is fully equipped from bedding, towels, cutlery, toaster, kettle, tea, coffee, and sugar. Every room has a well stocked fridge with cold beer, wine, soft drinks and ice. We allow self-catering, but we are well known for our home-cooked meals. “The best lamb in the world!!” We serve dinner, breakfast and a braai-pack for the people who prefer to braai themselves. We also supply the wood and grid. We are connected to the main power supply, NamPower for those who need electricity for a fridge, and other appliances.

The White House offers 6 double rooms, plus 2 single rooms (a total of 28 beds)





Kanabo Rating


Green rating


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