About La Rochelle Guest House
La Rochelle Guest House is centrally located in Keetmanshoop, in the beautiful south of Namibia.
We offer five superb en-suite rooms, where guests are spoilt with views of central Keetmanshoop and the pristine Namibian landscape. All rooms are air-conditioned and have TV with DStv. Tea-and-coffee facilities are also available in the rooms.
The lovely swimming pool area has a beautiful views over Keetmanshoop. Secure parking is available and guests are within walking distance of a very nice restaurant and a superette.
Various sights can be seen around Keetmanshoop and a must see is the Giants Playground where rocks are piled in such a way that it looks like giants played here. Further up the road is the Quivertree Forest, The Fish River Canyon, Ai Ais and Mount Brukaros.
Enjoy personal attention and true Namibian hospitality at this beautiful guest house.
Breakfast is available at an additional cost of R60.00.
La Rochelle Guest House Rooms
Reviews for La Rochelle Guest House25 guest reviews Reviews of
4 out of 5 stars
Owners and staff very friendly.Rooms are clean and comfortable. Good value for money. Lekke braai facilities and the breakfast is good. Worth the visit and trip down from Whk.
Very clean, neat and tidy. Well run establishment. Will definitely return
Beautiful quiet place. The rooms are clean and nice.We loved our stay
Thank you but we suffered a sleepless night as the owners let 2 dogs run outside all night? Barking continuously next to our room. At 12:45 am I rang the reception bell for nearly 10 minutes without success. Do not recommend this venue to anyone who desires to sleep while undertaking a long journey. The owner is also quoting a balance to be paid which is far higher than the quotes.Best wishes,Gill
An oasis with fantastic hospitality! Rooms were immaculate and we had a lovely stay. We will definitely use LR Guest House again and can recommend it to anyone who plan to have a stopover in Keetmanshoop.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling