The 51 rooms are scattered amongst the gardens in 2 sets 26 rooms. Each consists of a semi detached red brick bungalow, with a double or twin beds with mosquito nets and high ceilings. Rustic bedspreads, rugs and tapestries add to the colourful feel of the rooms. The floors are polished stone and there is a fireplace for colder days and nights. The ensuite bathrooms are small but very clean and all have flush toilets.
The rooms face out over open farmland and the pretty and colourful gardens and you can sit on your veranda and watch the world go by.
Each set of rooms has its own lounge and bar area set in a farmhouse style building with a thatched roof and white washed walls. The dining room is supplied with fresh food from the farm and the meals served here are delicious.
To large swimming pool and sun deck are great places to enjoy a swim after a game drive and is also a good place to watch the sun set.
There is plenty to do at Ngorongoro Farm House apart from visits to the Crater. A walking safari can be arranged to the adjacent forest towards the volcano or you can take an excursion to the nearby LakeEyasi, an area still inhabited by the ancient Hadzabe tribe. You can also take a nature walk from the property or enjoy a massage back at the farm.