About Scotia Inn
We hope that Scotia Inn will provide you with all the charm of a little town and the relaxation of a seaside village. When the heat becomes intolerable, the weather of Port Nolloth presents an enormous relief to many travellers. There are glorious sun-drenched days too, although the weather is usually moderate.
All rooms are non-smoking and ships can be seen coming in and out of the harbour. We have a conference room service which can seat up to 30 delegates. We provide safe and secure parking on the premises and we are situated in town, so we are within walking distance of the shops and other amenities.
We have a fully licenced sports bar and an à la carte restaurant which is open from 07h00 until 22h00 with a break between 15h00 and 18h00. We provide laundry and room service and there is also a club that opens on Fridays and Saturdays for your entertainment. The club has a VIP room for privacy. A hair and beauty salon, bottle store swimming pool and a bookshop can also be found on the premises.
Beach: The property is located on the beachfront.
Scotia Inn Rooms
Reviews for Scotia Inn17 guest reviews Reviews of
3.5 out of 5 stars
Very nice, neat and clean.
Although the rooms are clean and functional, our room was blessed with a pokey window. Service at the restaurant was slow and I went to the pool area where after sitting for an hour I got no service. My son ordered an omelet that was so bad he could not eat it. They did deduct it from the bill. On booking out, we were told that there was an outstanding amount of R56.00 despite us having pre-paid in full. We refused to pay this and suggested they contact SafariNow to establish why there was an outstanding amount. In general I can not say that I was impressed with Scitia Inn.
We had the honeymoon suite (Room 7) even though we have been married for over 40 years, simply because this corner room has two balconies. It is roomy and clean, and everything worked perfectly. The restaurant offers a simple menu with abundant helpings of very tasty food. We will go back!
Excellent stay for 2 nights.Large and clean room, safe parking and nice view to the beach.Very friendly staff and good food.
Not a bad little hotel, but breakfast should had been included as there was no where else respectable to have one.
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