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Schützenhaus Guesthouse


The Schützenhaus Guesthouse, established in 1907, is the oldest German Club in Southern Africa. It was privatised after 98 years and is now a prestigious guesthouse in Keetmanshoop.

It is situated in the Pastorie Street and its tranquil surroundings are a true resting place for the weary traveler. It is the ideal base station for guests wishing to explore the Mesosaurus Fossil Trail, Quiver Tree Forest, Fish River Canyon, Giant’s Playground and other tourist attractions in and around Keetmanshoop. Here you can re-live the good old times.

It boasts a selection of 26 en suite rooms with good Wifi connectivity, TV and a coffee/tea station, an A la Carte restaurant, private bar, and barbecue facilities for the self-catering guest. We also offer 4 camping facilities with ablutions and a swimming pool.

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Facilities

We offer the following rooms: 18 standard rooms with air-conditioning wifi and en-suite bathrooms. Double, twin and wheel chair-friendly rooms available. A green development of a further 8 rooms was recently added to our portfolio.



Schützenhaus is more than just a guesthouse

Our additional services include Wifi, a swimming pool, barbeque facilities, a private bar, an A La Carte restaurant and conferencing facilities. Our camping facilities are in the process of being upgraded – we currently have four camping sites with ablution facilities.


Prices start at


N$745/per night


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READ THE REVIEWS, WRITTEN BY

Our Guests:


We are so pleasantly surprised! This was fantastic food, and the service is best in a loooong time! We will definitely recommend. It’s been a while since we had such good service and food. We hope the beds are as comfy!

Christine

Oldest German club in Deutsch-Süd-West. Traditional German food, but also african beef or game. Makes game taste like home! Smoker´s bar where you can frankly speak to the owner and learn about every day´s life in Namibia.

Nellie

The Schützenhaus is in the private, capable hands of Ingo Klitzke, the last “German” of Keetmanshoop, once filled to the brim with German pioneers. Ingo continues to maintain German standards and gives personal service.

Koos


Keetmanshoop has it all

Keetmanshoop is an area which is well known for its quiver tree forests and eroded rock formations and thus is a popular destination. Other renowned attractions in the South are the Giant’s Playground, Fish River Canyon and the Desert Horses, which are within easy reach of each other.

Find us at S -26.5830008 E 18.1317115