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Sandfield Guesthouse

Sandfield Guesthouse, Swakopmund and Pelican Point, Namibia

Sandfields Guesthouse is owned and managed by Paul and Jean who have both been in the Namibian tourism industry for 16 years and provide a warm welcome for their guests.

This is a small, upmarket establishment with five double/twin rooms, all with en suite bathrooms. The guesthouse is situated in a peaceful residential suburb and has a large tranquil, private garden to relax in. It is located only two blocks from the sea and a five minute drive from the town centre.

In the rooms, white linen combined with natural, muted stone and sand colours and a stone fireplace create a light and airy but cosy atmosphere. Each room has a satellite TV, digital safe and hair dryer as well as a complimentary tea and coffee station. The lounge, also with a fire place, hosts a small honesty bar and the breakfast room opens up into the garden, where your tasty breakfast can be enjoyed outside.

Other facilities at the guesthouse include internet access, secure off-street parking and an activities and dining booking service.

Our rating: Medium

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