About Duwisib Guest Farm
Duwisib Guest Farm is situated directly next to Duwisib Castle on the edge of the Namib desert. We are the perfect stopover en route to Sossusvlei, Luderitz or the Fish-River Canyon. The Duwisib Castle is a historical monument situated in the heart of our 6,000-hectare farmland and is only a short stroll from our accommodation and campsite. With scenic views and camelthorn trees, it is no wonder the Baron decided to build his fortress at this special location.Duwisib offers seven double en-suite rooms, self-catering accommodation and camping. Our cosy and clean rooms will ensure a relaxing stay with views of the castle and surrounding mountains. The swimming pool is a great way to cool off during the warm summer months. You can now also make use of the Wi-Fi facilities at the reception. We accept MASTER&VISA cards
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