Sea Breeze Guesthouse is located just north of Swakopmund.
Sea Breeze Guesthouse: Our full report
The delightfulSea Breeze Guesthouse is situated just outside Swakopmund, near to the beach and is a peaceful and comfortable place to stay in a quiet residential area.
Sea Breeze offers five rooms, and four self catering flats. The friendly owners of the lodge, Bennie and Charlot, have a great attention to detail and every room is individually decorated in different styles and named after a precious stone, such as amethyst and opal. Local artwork adorns the brightly coloured walls and all rooms offer tea and coffee facilities, hairdryers, safes and universal plugs. Some rooms also have a television, but there's also one in the lounge. The arrangement of each rooms is different, and although they call come with en-suite bathrooms, some come with a bath, some with a shower and some with a bath and a shower. The honeymoon suite has a larger bathroom than other rooms, with a standalone bath where guests can request champagne. The self catering flats all offer kitchenettes with a stove, microwave, fridge, freezer, and a toaster.
The rooms here either have a sea view from the balcony or a garden or street view. Sea Breeze's sea view is unfortunately disappearing as more and more buildings are appearing on the beach.
The breakfast room and lounge make up the communal area at Sea Breeze, both of which are on the first floor. The breakfast in this place is delicious and consists of fresh fruit salad, bread, cold meats, and a champagne breakfast can be arranged if you wish to really celebrate. Guests can also opt to eat on the balcony. Free internet is available in reception, or guests can use WiFi in the rooms. The guesthouse offers a secure parking area.
Bennie and Charlot can book any local restaurants for you and help you to plan and book local activities, including desert trips, kayaking, quad biking and trips to Sandwich Harbour.
Our ViewAlthough some might prefer to be closer to the centre of town, Sea Breeze Guesthouse is a cosy place to stay for exploring Swakopmund and its surroundings. It is very clean and well-looked after, and it's brightly coloured rooms and equally bright and friendly hosts make you feel at home.
Ideal length of stay: 2-3 nights
Directions: Heading North from Swakopmund's centre, along the coast, follow Strand Street followed by First Avenue, which turns into Fischreiner Street. After about 3km turn right into Turmalin Street. Sea Breeze Guesthouse is number 48, on the right.
Owner: Bennie and Charlot
Food & drink
Usual board basis: B&B
Food quality: Breakfast is a large buffet spread consisting of breads, meats, fruit, bread, jam, tea, coffee and juices. Champagne breakfasts can also be booked.
Dining style: Individual Tables
Dining locations: Indoor and Outdoor Dining
Attitude towards children: Children of all ages are welcome
Equipment: Cots and highchairs can be provided.
Generally recommended for children: Yes
Notes: Children must be supervised at all times by their parents.
Power supply: Mains Electricity
Communications: Internet is available in reception, and WiFi is available in the rooms.
TV & radio: There is a satellite TV in the lounge and in some rooms.
Health & safety
Malarial area: No
Medical care: There are many doctors and a hospital in Swakopmund.
Dangerous animals: Low Risk
Security measures: There is a night watchman.
Fire safety: Fire extinguishers are available.
Disabled access: Not Possible
Laundry facilities: A laundry service is available for an extra charge.
Money: Sea Breeze Guesthouse accepts local currencies.