Experience a new dimension of comfort at Zür Waterkant Guest House, situated in the picturesque harbour town of Lüderitz in southern Namibia.
Lüderitz dates from 1883, when Adolf Lüderitz, a German trader, set foot here. The German influence is still strong and the town has many buildings with unique German architecture.
The guest house is situated in a quiet area of this quaint town. The rooms are tastefully decorated – each en suite, sea-facing and with a balcony offering panoramic views over the sea and harbour of Lüderitz. There are four double rooms (each room with two beds) as well as two self-catering (self-contained) flats (two rooms each as well as a small cooking area; ideal for families or self-catering (self-contained) guests).
The breakfast buffet at Zür Waterkant Guest House is something to write home about. If you book early enough, your hosts will arrange a lovely warm dinner. A large yard beside the guest house offers ample secure parking.
They offer tours for up to seven persons through the town and to other destinations in the vicinity of Lüderitz. Other bookings to exciting and unusual destinations in and around Lüderitz can be done at reception. By popular request we can arrange car hire for you.
Stay at least two nights, so that you can visit places of interest such as the museum showing the diamond industry, Goerke House (built for the German officer Hans Goerke), the beautiful Felsenkirche dating from 1912 with its exquisite stained glass windows, Woermann House, and the railroad station with its typical German colonial architecture. Lüderitz even has its own Waterfront, built as a copy of the Cape Town Waterfront. Unfortunately, the Lüderitz Waterfront still has some way to go if you count the number of shops…