About Koperberg Guest House
If you need a brief escape from the rush and tensions of life then the Koperberg Guest House is the place for you. It is situated on a farm just outside Springbok on the R355 Airport Road and borders on the golf course. The small sheep farm is ringed by the glacier sculptured domes of the Kamiesberg Mountains and the hills where Simon van der Stel extracted copper ore in late 1685 can be seen from here.
In late winter and spring the flowers provide an unforgettable kaleidoscope of colours which is unique to Namaqualand. Stables are available for guests transporting horses.
There are two air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms that can accommodate five people sharing. A self-catering kitchen is available. The lounge is air-conditioned, has DStv premium; inside and outside braai facilities available. The cottage is a stand alone unit. Children and well-behaved pets are welcome and will enjoy watching the horses and little lambs. You could bring your own horse on holiday and explore the vastness of Namaqualand on horseback. Goegap Nature Reserve is close by with many different trails or book a guided trail. Some fresh farm produce available.
Well-behaved pets are permitted by prior arrangement. A minimum tariff may apply.
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