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About Bird's Nest Guest House

Guests hoping for a relaxing stay in the historical city of Keetmanshoop will not be disappointed when choosing Bird's Nest Guest House. It is a great choice for corporate or leisure travellers visiting this part of Namibia.

This lovely guest house has 10 well-appointed rooms, of which all have en-suite bathrooms. Two rooms have double beds, seven rooms have three-quarter beds and one is a great option for families as it has three three-quarter beds and one sleeper couch.

The guest house serves a delicious daily breakfast, an ideal start to the day. Guests can explore this city, or take a drive to one of this country’s nature reserves. Return to the comfort of the house to relax in the bar with a refreshing drink.

  • Response Rate: 60%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 10 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 23
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 2 Reviews


  • Airport Shuttle
  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Satellite TV*
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
* Please enquire for further details.

Bird's Nest Guest House Rooms

Reviews for Bird's Nest Guest House

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Heather Jones, South Africa
13 July 2016

We had a lovely, albeit a short stay here, but the young lady at reception was most accommodating. The rooms were comfortable and clean and well decorated.

Kenneth Kapembwa, South Africa
23 June 2015

Wonderful staff at the hotel which was also very tidy.The keys to the rooms need an upgrade as does the floor which was very cold. The Wifi access codes were not functional. Overall, the place was conducive for our family of 5 members.

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Bird's Nest Guest House is 1km from the centre of Keetmanshoop , the nearest airport 5.5km (Keetmanshoop Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling