About Schützenhaus Guesthouse
The Schützenhaus, established in 1899, is the oldest German Club in Southern Africa. It was privatized after 98 years and is now a Guest House in Keetmanshoop.
It is situated in the Pastorie Street and its tranquil surroundings are a true resting place for the weary traveller. It is the ideal base station for guests wishing to explore the fossil trail, fish river canyon, Quiver tree forest, giant’s playground and other tourist attractions in and around Keetmanshoop. Here you can re-live the good old times.
It boasts 11 luxury double rooms with air-conditioning and en suite bathrooms, 2 luxury family rooms and three guide rooms. An a la carte Restaurant, private bar, and barbeque facilities are also available. Mini tours to the various attractions can be arranged at request.
Schützenhaus Guesthouse Rooms
Reviews for Schützenhaus Guesthouse24 guest reviews Reviews of
4 out of 5 stars
The overnight stay at Schützenhaus was pleasant and comfortable. The rooms were clean, neat and comfortable. Vehicles were watched by a security guard.The restaurant had an extensive menu but the kitchen did not have stock of many of the items. The food that was served was of good quality and the diningroom staff was efficient ad friendly.After dinner we had a drink in the adjoining bar and was quickly drawn into conversation with the locals having a Friday night drink.If you are looking for an overnight stay in Keetmanshoop, give Schützenhaus a call!
Rooms are clean and tidy and the security is good so an overnight is recommended.Very pleasant atmosphere in the Pub and as a bonus they serve a truly exceptional Eisbein. Strongly recommend that your stay over gives you enough time to visit the local Quiver tree forest and Giants Playground. The fantastic rock formations are incredible.The Pub and food warrant a 4Star rating but let down by the outside appearance.Lloyd &Pat Macklin. Vaal Marina RSA
We arrived from the south but the directions given were from the north. No street names. Road works! Finding the place was a hassle. Surroundings extremely dusty; no garden. Room reasonable. Breakfast not of the best. The redeeming feature is the friendly well-spoken staff.
European Standard. No Internet connection was possible. Nice and attentive staff, very good food.
We should rather have missed Keetmanshoop and gone elsewhere. Schutzenhaus not bad, was clean and comfortable, but very basic.
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