This small guest house has an enviable position in the coastal town of Swakopmund. It is just a 5 minute walk from the beach, and also about the same from the centre of town where you will find plenty of shops, boutiques, bars and excellent restaurants.
The Borg family own and run the guest house which opened in 2008. The seven rooms have been revamped to a high standard and the decor is in keeping with the coastal location. The use of crisp white linens, light colours, modern fittings and fixtures add to the ambience and together with the cooling ocean breezes promise a comfortable stay. There are ocean scenes on the walls which echo the outdoors from the cosy comfort of your room. The rooms all have a TV, minibar, free WiFi access and the hot water is supplied via solar power, testament to the eco-approach of the owners.
Breakfasts will not dissapoint. There is an extensive buffet breakfast served each morning in the light, airy dining room where you can enjoy friendly and attentive service before heading out to make the most of this coastal area, known as the adrenalin capital of Namibia.
Open: Open all year.
Location: Swakopmund, Namibia's Skeleton Coast.
Rooms: There are 7 rooms and one family suite. All have en-suite bathrooms with hot running water, a mini-bar, TV, free WiFi access.
Activities: Sightseeing in Swakopmund and the surrounding area. The staff will be happy to advise on and arrange excursions and visits, so that you can experience Swakopmund to the full.
Facilities: There is an enclosed outdoor patio with seating, spacious lounge and dining area.
Dining: The guest house provides a full scrumptious breakfast buffet. Lunch and dinner are not provided but there is a host of resturants nearby serving excellent food.
Children: All children are welcome.
Health: Swakopmund is considered a low risk malaria area.
Communication: Mobile signal is good here, and there is WIFI available throughout the property.
A classic introduction to Nambia from beach to desert.
"Comfortable and convenient for the town and coast."