The Guest house was founded in 2002 with the aim to preserve the best of Stampriet and its past.
Immersed in lush vegetation, flowing ponds and shaded by towering green trees the guest house is situated on a hill with breath-taking views.
Come and enjoy the comfort of our antique furnished double, twin and family air-conditioned en-suite rooms, with your own patio to enjoy our big garden or read a book. Each room is named after a town in Namibia. Old road signs are used to identify the rooms.
The facilities we provide is a sparkling blue pool, large fully- equipped bar, fantastic braai facilities, secure parking, pool table, a complimentary coffee table, Wi-Fi, jungle gym for kids, a magnificent thatched lapa and endless green lawns.
The remarkable stone buildings including the rooms, is wrapped in a timeless ambiance, each beautifully decorated with historical artifacts. The main building provide an amazing experience, history hung on every wall and an interesting souvenir table is on display where you can purchase items of your choice. You will be taken aback by the very friendly hosts and hospitality, nothing is to much for us. Not to mention the mouth watering breakfast, lunch, cakes and dinner(on request) you will be served. The food is the best! An aroma of freshly baked goodies lingered in the air as you enter the lobby. It is a royal treat to discover our establishment, a gem in Namibia!
Stampriet is a small village resting on the banks of the Auob river. Stampriet is perhaps best known for its fresh water springs (Artesian water) and magnificent Palmtrees. Stampriet is only just big enough to provide most modern comforts and still have no lack of nature. It is surrounded by limestoneridges, red dunes and a variety of trees, on an almost endless resource of artesian water.
Situated in the gateway to the Kalahari Desert, Stampriet Historical Guesthouse is the ideal stop over for tours and route to the Mata Mata Gate, Kgalagadi Trans-frontier Park and the South of Namibia.