Historically there were eight existing houses, which accommodated the mineworkers in the early nineteen hundreds, locally referred to as a "kompong". These houses were revamped and now !Uris Safari Lodge features these cosy houses as comfortable furnished brick and thatch-chalets, each with air-conditioning and en-suite bathroom. All room names refer to current and previous existing mines.
We accommodate a maximum of 42 guests in 14 rooms consisting of seven semi-detached chalets. There are seven queen bedrooms. The other seven family bedrooms are furnished with four three quarter beds, of which two beds are fitted on a loft for the fit traveller whishing to climb a steep ladder. All beds are of extra length and the inviting bohemian looking rooms are equipped with mosquito nets, hair dryer, electric kettle, digital safe and telephone facilities. Electric appliances all run on 220/240 volts.