Swakopmund Guesthouse was officially opened in December 2008 and is situated in the town centre, just a five-minute walk from the beach and main shopping area. It is owned and run by the Borg family and used to be used as a holiday house by them. It has been completely revamped to offer four standard rooms, seven luxury rooms and one family suite for guests wanting to spoil themselves in a comfortable stay-over near to the ocean. The spacious rooms are fitted with crisp, white linen sheets and wallpaper depicting a serene view of the ocean adds to the clean and neat atmosphere of the guesthouse. The en-suite bathrooms with soft cream walls are decorated with beach pebbles that give them a unique feeling.
The Swakopmund Guesthouse is a bed-and-breakfast facility, offering more than the usual by providing guests with a mouth-watering breakfast buffet and catering for the more upmarket traveller. Facilities range from laundry services to "anything else that guests might ask for". This includes a shuttle service and wheelchair-friendly accommodation. All rooms also come complete with minibar and television. The Swakopmund Guesthouse is run with an eco-friendly approach, and makes good use of solar energy and recycled water. It is not your conventional type of guesthouse, that's for sure. Most of their guests stay here because of high comfort levels, personalized service and the short distance to the beach! It an ideal place for families as well. Swakopmund vehicle rental can also be arranged.
Coming from Walvis Bay: Coming into Swakopmund over the bridge, you will turn left into Rhode Allee (this is the first stop street). At the next intersection (around 80 meters) you will find the Swakopmund Guesthouse on your opposite right hand side. Hendrik Witbooi 35.
Coming from Windhoek: Coming into Swakopmund on the B2 turn left at the first set of traffic lights into Moses Garoeb Street. Continue until it becomes Rhode Allee (road makes a sharp turn to your right with the cemetry on your left). At the next stop street, cross over Nathanael Maxuilili Street until the next stop street (maybe 80 meters) at Hendrik Witbooi. The Swakopmund Guesthouse is on your opposite right hand side.
Coming from Henties Bay: Coming into Swakopmund on the C34 you continue straight all the way. Past roundabouts, traffic lights and stop streets. the C34 becomes Moses Garoeb Street and then becomes Rhode Allee (road makes a sharp turn to your right with the cemetry on your left). At the next stop street, cross over Nathanael Maxuilili Street until the next stop street (maybe 80 meters) at Hendrik Witbooi. The Swakopmund Guesthouse is on your opposite right hand side.