About Desert Rose Guest House
Desert Rose is an upmarket guest house situated in the heart of Namaqualand, Springbok, offering superb B&B and self-catering accommodation at reasonable rates. Spectacular views of the surrounding granite hills and picturesque town are visible from your room.
All the rooms are spacious with air-conditioners, DStv, en-suite bathrooms, private entrances, fridges and tea and coffee-making facilities. The self-catering units each have one bedroom containing a double and a single bed. It also has a double sleeper couch in the living area. The units have secure parking.
Situated in a quiet residential area, yet still a very central place to stay whether on holiday, working or driving through. We are also within walking distance of restaurants, shops, banks and many more.
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