• Location: Namibia, Swakopmund
  • Type of Accommodation: Guesthouse
  • Comfort Level: Comfortable


Situated close to the beach, Swakopmund Guest House is a stylish guesthouse offering contemporary decor and stylish accommodation. Previously a private holiday home, this sophisticated bed-&-breakfast establishment offers personalised service and an eco-friendly approach. The town of Swakopmund offers excellent restaurants, pubs and nightlife, as well as cultural and historical sites.

Holidaymakers looking for activity can enjoy year-round water-based recreation such as surfing, wind surfing and yachting. Not for nothing is Swakopmund known as Namibia’s playground; there is a wide range of adventure activities on offer, including sand-boarding, quad biking, and parasailing, as well as horse riding, dolphin cruises, fishing and camel rides.


  • Close to the beach & town centre
  • Family-friendly, beach house feel
  • Wide range of exciting activities

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Guests at Swakopmund Guesthouse can spend leisure time in the stylish lounge area which also offers an internet connection.

The guest house also offers a laundry service, secure parking, a convenient town and airport shuttle service.

General Facilities

    Laundry Service
    Wi-fi available
    Secure Parking


Swakopmund Guesthouse offers delicious breakfast buffets served in the beautiful dining room.

Standard Room

Guests at Swakopmund Guesthouse can choose between seven standard rooms, seven luxury rooms and a family suite. The spacious rooms feature a beach theme in neutral tones, as well as a bathroom, satellite television, a mini bar, and tea/coffee station. There are also interleading rooms for small groups or families.

Standard Room AMENITIES

    Mini bar
    Wi-fi available in room
    En-suite shower only
    Safe in room
    Tea & coffee-making facilities

Other Room Types

A family suite offers an ideal arrangement of two rooms, one being the main bedroom. An open-plan kitchen and private living room offer additional space and amenities for a family stay in Swakopmund.


  • Day tours
  • dates rates from board basis
  • 01 Nov 2016 - 31 Oct 2017 $70 Bed & Breakfast
  • 01 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018 $75 Bed & Breakfast

Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently.

Please note, additional room types are also available. Suite,Luxury Room Request a quote for rate detail

Please treat all pricing as a guide only:

  • All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice
  • Single supplements may apply
  • Rates may be different for different room types
  • The most competitive rates for accommodation are available in our tailored packages

Request a quote or speak to one of our African Safari Experts for the best, most current rates available.

Traveller Reviews

  • Swakopmund. A magnificence town where we managed to free-fall, quad bike ( I turned one over which I don’t recommend), fly over Sousesfli, do the township tour, obvious see the seal colonies and pelicans ( Kayak if you want to get really close) , oil rigs, play golf, and eat well --- and there were still things to do when we left. Swakopmund Guest House had its own private courtyard for us and was friendly and helpful. If you want to go to the Tug restaurant, i.e. the very popular, you need to book weeks ahead.

    Cara Maunsell, December 2016
  • Swakopmund Guesthouse was very good.

    Iain Watt, February 2016
  • Swakopmund was very interesting and the landscape with desert and ocean/ fog is amazing. The guest house was great.

    Heeten Desai, July 2015
  • The accommodation choices were great - the motel in Swakopmund was the only one that wasn't that good (the receptionist needed a refresher in customer service) but it was only a pitstop anyway.

    Geeta Saini, October 2014
  • The Guest house at Swakopmund was very friendly and welcoming. They booked a table at a beach restaurant for us where we enjoyed an excellent fish evening meal.

    Douglas Cameron, May 2014
  • Very nice and homely. I loved this place! Ate good food.

    Melanie Lim, May 2012
  • Swakopmund Guest House - lovely place; well run and central.

    Linda Robinson, November 2010
  • Fabulous. Welcoming, excellent service, helpful, nothing too much trouble, lovely cool simple quality tasteful light decor. Bedroom perfect, fabulous bathroom, some nice little touches like a small cafe and real coffee, little biscuits - a real bed for Alexi and little Cadbury chocolates on the bed which thrilled Alexi! Excellent breakfast. Also, you were right, a good stopover place, plenty to do. We visited the Crystal Museum which houses the largest crystal in the world, had dinner at the Tug which is a real converted tug boat on the sea, great atmosphere & decent food. Tons to do - we did the catamaran boat trip around Walvis Bay, and took scenic flight over Soussesvlei - stunning.

    Nevine Hunt, August 2009

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Rikke Williams

Rikke Williams

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"I love the central location and clean lines of this guesthouse. Contemporary, great service and attention to detail!"



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Swakopmund Guesthouse was very good.

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