The Swakopmund Guesthouse is by no means a normal guesthouse. With fourteen modern, white and airy rooms and suites, a small garden in the courtyard and only five minutes to the beach, the family-run Swakopmund Guesthouse is an oasis in the holiday town of Namibia. All guests can enjoy a very friendly and personal service, as well as an extraordinary and freshly prepared breakfast in stylish and high-class ambience. This way the Borg family guarantees every guest the perfect place to relax, enjoy and feel at home far from home.Covid-19 Camp Protocol More Info
Swakopmund Guesthouse is owned and run by the Borg family and used to be their old family house. Christine at the helm of the guesthouse prides herself in offering more than usual by providing guests with a scrumptious breakfast buffet, catering for the more upmarket traveller, and facilities ranging from laundry services to “anything else that guests might ask for“. This includes a shuttle service and wheelchair-friendly accommodation, or an extensive guidance and booking service for the diverse activities on offer in Swakopmund. It is without saying that Swakopmund Guesthouse is 100% solar powered.
The Swakopmund Guesthouse is run with an eco-friendly approach, making use of solar energy.
The 15 EnSuite rooms are divided into the categories 'Standard' (7), 'Luxury' (7) and 'Suite' (1) - they differ in terms of the available space and their respective furnishings. They all have in common a young and bright interior, original motif wallpapers, high-quality accessories as well as television and minibar. Access to the rooms is via a shared courtyard, which is attractively furnished and available to all guests as a "living room". All rooms and public areas have recently been renovated.
In the cosy breakfast room every morning a rich buffet lures you to prepare for the numerous activities that Swakopmund offers. The friendly staff will be happy to advise you competently.
Special interest activities available:
Aquarium and desert excursions
Explore old town of Swakopmund