|Address:||40 Hendrik Witbooi
Cornerstone Guesthouse is a small, private and peaceful bed and breakfast an
easy walk to the sea and the town centre of Swakopmund on Namibia's fascinating
Occupying a quiet corner of Swakopmund's old town near the marine museum and the old brewery, Cornerstone Guesthouse offers the charm and intimacy of a family-run B&B combined with the modern amenities of a luxury hotel.
Within a few minutes from the guest house you can walk to beaches, cafes, restaurants, lively pubs, Swakopmund tourist attractions and a variety of interesting shops and markets in the town.
Cornerstone Guesthouse offers bed and breakfast accommodation in 5 double/twin en-suite rooms plus a family room, en-suite that can take up to 4 guests. The rooms each have a private entrance and patio with table and chairs; 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.
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The breakfast room at Cornerstone Guesthouse is large, light and airy. You can sit on the verandah on warm days or inside at individual tables.
We offer an inclusive breakfast with a fresh selection of fruits, juices, yoghurts, breads, preserves and eggs and bacon cooked to order. Wash that all down with our freshly brewed coffee or your choice of tea and you'll be ready to explore the attractions of Swakopmund and the Skeleton Coast.
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On the corner of Rhode Allee and Hendrik Witbooi, Cornerstone Guesthouse is
within earshot of the Atlantic Ocean, 500m from the Marine Museum and the
delightful Tug Seafood Restaurant both overlooking the sea.
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.
Getting to Swakopmund:
Walvis Bay receives daily flights direct from Cape Town and Johannesburg as well
as domestic and charter flights from all over Namibia. Windhoek receives daily
flights from Europe and South Africa and there are daily shuttle buses
connecting Swakopmund and Windhoek.
Watch this space: Walvis Bay is extending the runway to accept long-haul
flights. Soon you will be able to fly directly to the coast from Europe.