Cornerstone Guesthouse occupies a quiet corner of Swakopmund’s old town near the marine museum and the old brewery. It is a small, private and serene bed and breakfast in Swakopmund on Namibia's enthralling Skeleton Coast. A few minutes’ walk from the guest house will have you close to beaches, cafés, restaurants, lively pubs, Swakopmund tourist attractions and a variety of interesting shops and markets in the town.
The guesthouse assists guests with booking various activities to suit their individual needs; from a fun-filled educational experience on the dunes with Living Desert Adventures, to a relaxing morning with a glass of champagne and oysters out on the ocean whilst watching the dolphins. For those more adventurous at heart, get the adrenaline pumping with quad-biking or a picturesque flight over the captivating desert and coastline. For the more laidback guest, a visit to the local History Museum or the interesting Crystal Gallery might be appealing. Cornerstone Guesthouse also assists with booking the finest dining in town with recommendations such as The Tug Restaurant, the newly renovated Jetty Restaurant or any of the well known German restaurants such as the Brauhaus.
The accommodation at Cornerstone Guesthouse includes six double or twin rooms and a family room that can house up to four people. Each of the rooms has a private entrance and patio with table and chairs which overlook a tranquil and peaceful garden. Inside the rooms are light, spacious and neat with tile and wood floors, beach house colours and your choice of double or twin beds. All rooms have en suite bathrooms with large solar-assisted showers and modern fittings. The guesthouse also offers two luxury self-catering apartments with 180 degree views of the Atlantic Ocean!
On the corner of Rhode Allee and Hendrik Witbooi, Cornerstone Guesthouse is within earshot of the Atlantic Ocean. We are situated in the heart of "old Swakopmund" within very easy walking distance of the town centre, pubs, restaurants, banks and the beach. Close to the sea, we are also close to the town centre where a safe two-minute walk takes you to several bistros, curio shops, craft markets, galleries, museums, shops and amenities. Swakopmund is a small town with charming Neo-Gothic German architecture on the Skeleton Coast. The town is 30km north of the port city of Walvis Bay and 70km south of the fishing village of Henties Bay and is an essential stopover en route north or south between Etosha and Sossusvlei