Kramersdorf Guesthouse

Kramersdorf Guesthouse Accommodation in Swakopmund

Nestled in a peaceful suburb, Kramersdorf Guesthouse shows off the gentler side of Swakopmund. Just off the beaten tourist track, this neat, homely establishment offers accommodation to suit every kind of traveler with easy access to the action if you desire.

About Kramersdorf Guesthouse

This spacious 7-bedroom house was recently refurbished and registered as a guesthouse with the Namibia Tourism Board. It’s one of the few establishments in town that offers peace and quiet away from the bustle of the beachfront while remaining within walking distance of all Swakopmund’s attractions.

The town center is just 15 minutes’ walk away, while a further 5 minutes of ambling past quaint shops and restaurants brings you to the seaside. Thanks to its location set back from the sea, Kramersdorf Guest House lays claim to year-round sunshine, free from the characteristic fog that envelops the shoreline.


The guesthouse is owned and run by Robert Becker, an accomplished hotelier with years of experience working for the Marriott chain in Europe, New Zealand and Bahrain. Namibian-born, Robert could not resist the call of home for long and returned to Namibia in 2018 to fulfil his life-long dream of helping to put Namibia on the map as a premier tourist destination.

Accommodation at Kramersdorf Guesthouse, Swakopmund

The house boasts 4 double rooms, one suite and two family rooms. Each apartment has an en-suite bathroom and is furnished with double or single beds, one of the family rooms has three beds, while the other sleeps four. Baby cots are available on request.
The rooms are decorated in a contemporary style with touches of African influence. All the furniture is made locally, and basketry hails from the Mole in Swakopmund.

Dining During Your Stay

Breakfast is served in a communal dining room with a view over the garden and consists of both hot and cold dishes. As far as possible, Kramersdorf guesthouse uses only locally sourced ingredients such as preserves from nearby home industries, eggs from the Swakop Valley and meat supplied by Swakopmund’s neighboring farmers.

If you want to enjoy some of Swakopmund’s famous seafood, or other local delicacies, you’ll find a great selection of restaurants within easy walking distance.


Out of respect for its eco-sensitive location, the guest house has a low ecological footprint with solar geysers and a recycling program firmly in place. All the cleaning agents are biodegradable and plastic waste is kept to the bare minimum.

Things to Do Nearby

Kramersdorf Guesthouse is the perfect base for making the most of your stay in Swakopmund. You can venture into town to take part in historic tours, depart on desert explorations, go dolphin or whale watching, take a cruise along the shoreline, or browse among the quaint shops in town.

Getting to Kramersdorf Guesthouse

If you’re planning a trip to Swakopmund, browse through our website for more details and info on things to do and see in Namibia and get in touch for more information on accommodation in Swakopmund. We’ll be happy to put you in touch with Kramersdorf Guesthouse and set your Namibian adventures in motion.


Please Note: The details shared herein were correct at the time of publishing. However, with time some of this information may change. We recommend confirming information with suppliers prior to making final travel arrangements. If you do happen to find an issue with any information we’ve shared here, please feel free to contact us so that we can make the relevant changes.


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