Schützenhaus Guesthouse 

Schützenhaus Guesthouse 
Schützenhaus Guesthouse 
Schützenhaus Guesthouse 
Schützenhaus Guesthouse 
Schützenhaus Guesthouse 
Schützenhaus Guesthouse 
Schützenhaus Guesthouse 
Rooms
17

Schützenhaus Guesthouse established in 1907, is the oldest German Club in Southern Africa. It was privatised after 98 years and is now a prestigious guesthouse in Keetmanshoop.

It is situated in the Pastorie Street and its tranquil surroundings are a true resting place for the weary traveller. It is the ideal base station for guests wishing to explore the Mesosaurus fossil trail, the Quiver tree forest, the Fish River Canyon, the Giant's playground and other tourist attractions in and around Keetmanshoop. Here you can re-live the good old times.

It boasts a selection of 17 rooms from which to choose, an à la carte restaurant, a private bar, and barbeque facilities are also available.

Schützenhaus Guesthouse established in 1907, is the oldest German Club in Southern Africa. It was privatised after 98 years and is now a prestigious guesthouse in Keetmanshoop.

It is situated in the Pastorie Street and its tranquil surroundings are a true resting place for the weary traveller. It is the ideal base station for guests wishing to explore the Mesosaurus fossil trail, the Quiver tree forest, the Fish River Canyon, the Giant's playground and other tourist attractions in and around Keetmanshoop. Here you can re-live the good old times.

It boasts a selection of 17 rooms from which to choose, an à la carte restaurant, a private bar, and barbeque facilities are also available.