About Gamii Goas Guest House
Gamii Goas Guest House is nestled in the quaint town of Port Nolloth, 144 km northwest of Springbok and approximately 2 km from the beach.
The guest house comprises of five comfortable rooms with either a double or three-quarter beds and en-suite bathrooms. Each room features tea and coffee facilities, a microwave, a fridge and television. The abode also offers guests braai facilities, laundry amenities and parking on the premises.
Port Nolloth has many great attractions, including the Akkedis Pass, the Richtersveld National Park and the Namaqualand Flower Route.
Guest will be penalised for over-staying without any pre-arrangement with owner/manager. No Smoking in rooms. No alcohol abuse on premises. Pets will be allowed on condition that owners cleans up behind it, and see to it that the pet will not be a nuisance to other guest, or cause damage to any guesthouse property or guest property. Any damage... Guest will be penalised for over-staying without any pre-arrangement with owner/manager. No Smoking in rooms. No alcohol abuse on premises. Pets will be allowed on condition that owners cleans up behind it, and see to it that the pet will not be a nuisance to other guest, or cause damage to any guesthouse property or guest property. Any damage caused will be for the owner's account. see more
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