Relaxed, intimate and friendly, this seaside guest house has hospitality with a personal touch.
Only five minutes walk from the town centre, Meike's Guest House is a friendly oasis in Swakopmund.
Located on Africa’s west coast in Namibia, the resort of Swakopmund is a fantastic seaside holiday destination. Called Swakop by locals, this city has a rich Germanic heritage reflected in its architecture and people, but is essentially African at heart. Offering both adventure and leisure activities, plus a mild desert climate, Swakopmund is a great place to visit in any season.
For those who’re after a memorable getaway, booking a bed and breakfast in Swakopmund is easy. Accommodation is plentiful and ranges from large luxury guest houses to small budget inns. A great way to get to know the locals is to stay at a Swakopmund b and b, and many guest houses in the city are friendly family run affairs.
The dramatic multi-coloured sand dunes of Namibia have to be seen to be believed. Whether you’ve booked a 4 star hotel or luxury B&B in Swakopmund, the dunes offer both romance and an adrenalin rush. For couples, a hot air balloon ride or camel trek is a special experience, while speed freaks will love Dune 7, the tallest sand dune in the world which can be sandboarded or quad biked.
Swakopmund also has some fantastic surf spots. Those seeking some wave action will find it at surf beaches Thicklip, The Wreck or Guns near Langstrad. For families seeking a family friendly B&B Swakopmund has some excellent choices right on the water’s edge. Spend your days relaxing on warm sands and taking a refreshing dip in the cool Atlantic Ocean.
There are plenty of interesting shops to explore when you’ve had your fill of sunbathing. Craft markets, antique and leather retail shops make souvenir scouting a pleasure - everyone needs at least one springbok designer handbag! Groups of friends seeking the night life should stay in a downtown bed and breakfast Swakopmund has an array of charismatic restaurants, bars, and night clubs. Start the night at one of the beach bars for a pre-dinner cocktail and one pretty amazing African sunset.