If you wish to start your long-awaited holiday by experiencing true Namibian hospitality, Noordoewer Guesthouse is the right place to stop over. It is an ideal halfway stop between Cape Town and Windhoek. Here you can relax in the lounge watching DSTV or sit on the deck overlooking the Orange River and the Noordoewer farmslands. A stroll through the vineyards down to Orange River might be just the thing to wind down after a long days driving. At Noordoewer Guesthouse you will experience true Namibian style cuisine. On request, they also have braai packs and wood available and you are welcome to braai in their boma. Noordoewer Guesthouse also offers you peace of mind with safe and secured parking.
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Noordoewer Guest House lies a few kilometers north of Vioolsdrif on the Namibian side of the border on the C13 Road just off the main B1 Road. Situated 600km from Cape Town, 800km from Windhoek, 140km from Ai-Ais and 110km from the Richtersveld National Park it is a perfect stopover.
There are 14 en-suite guest rooms. All have private entrances, fridge/mini-bars, air-conditioning and tea/coffee making facilities. No smoking is allowed in the rooms.
Although the guesthouse is used mostly as a traveller’s stopover it can also be a perfect base to explore the area and do activities on the Orange River in all its splendour. Adventure canoe trips on the river, hiking and bird watching are all popular activities. Just ask at the front desk and they will assist you.