All of the houses have an open plan consisting of the kitchen, the living room, the braai, and a sliding door onto the stoep. The long-term houses are all unfurnished, but this can be negotiated.
Vaderslandswilg is a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom house which is available to rent. The Vaderslandswilg is called River Bush-willow, and these trees are found along the Orange River throughout the area.
Ebbehout is a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom house which is currently rented. Ebbehout is Ebony in English, and they are quite common in this area. There’s even a hiking trail in the Augrabies Falls National Park called the Ebony Trail that highlights these beautiful trees.
Abikwa is a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom house which is currently rented. Abikwa has many names in both English and Afrikaans, but the most common English name is the Wild Tamarisk.
Wurgvy is a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom house which is currently rented. Wurgvy is known as the Strangler Fig in English.
The complex has municipal water, but there are an additional 20,000 litres of stored water with a pressure pump in case of emergencies.