The Helmeringhausen Hotel lies in the tiny settlement of Helmeringhausen in southern Namibia. It was founded during the German colonial era as a farm by a member of the Schutztruppe. Later it became famous for its Karakul sheep breeding.
The hotel is the ideal stop-over on the way from the Fishriver Canyon or Lüderitz to Sesriem and the Sossusvlei, to the Naukluft, to Duwisib Castle or to Maltahöhe and Mariental. It offers peace and tranquillity at the edge of the Namib Desert.
Relax in comfort at the swimming pool or enjoy a cold beer at the sociable bar. Excellent food and personal service are guaranteed in the unique and friendly country hotel. 23 well-appointed En-suite double rooms.