At a Glance
Family run guesthouse in the heart of Swakopmund
Great base from which to explore Namibia's coastal playground
Three self catered apartments right on the seafront
Personal and friendly service
There are also two family rooms ideal for a family of four or five
Ask the hotel to make you a reservation at The Jetty or The Tug one evening. Both restaurants are great, the seafood is amazing.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1761 to start planning your vacation to Cornerstone Guesthouse or take a look at our itineraries to Swakopmund
The great location of this guesthouse means you are near to The Marine Museum and The Old Brewery in Swakopmund as well as being just a 10-minute walk from the sea front. The guesthouse has five double bedrooms and two family rooms which are perfect for families with younger children.
Cornerstone also has three self-catering apartments on the seafront, all three can sleep up to six guests and these are the perfect option if anyone wants to spend a bit more time in Swakopmund or if they are traveling in a bigger group.
The staff here are absolutely charming and nothing is too much trouble for them. They also have a great concierge service and will recommend the best restaurants and activities in Swakopmund. As you are just 10-minutes from the main beach, you can easily walk to the famous Tug Restaurant which is known for its amazing oysters.
The rooms here a simply decorated and very comfortable. The family rooms are perfect for a family of four and each room has an en-suite bathroom. The self-catered apartments are very spacious with three bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a separate living area and small kitchenette leading on to a private terrace with sea views.
Children of all ages are welcome and Cornerstone and the self-catered apartments are ideal for bigger families.
Using Cornerstone as your base, you are in the perfect location from which to enjoy all the activities on offer in Swakopmund from kayaking trips with the seals out at Pelican Point to dune boarding to visiting the local museums.
Location & Directions
In the heart of Swakopmund on the Namibian coast. Just 5-minutes from the beach and close to the shops, museums and the historic heart of Namibia's coastal playground.
When to go
The best time to visit Namibia is between May and September, when it's cool and dry. Summer (November to March) is hot with heavy rains that sometimes make the gravel roads to the Namib completely impassable.
December and January see the main school vacations: so the coast is busier at this time.