Welcome to Soebatsfontein Guest Lodge
Experience the Namaqualand in all of it’s beauty and visit a secluded location in the heart of Soebatsfontein.
Known for its vibrant field of flowers, tranquil mountain settings and breathtaking night skies, this is not one to be missed.
Guests have a choice of 11 Suites that can accommodate up to 2 people each. Each room has an extra-long double bed, an en-suite bathroom with a hot-water shower along with adequate lighting.
Please note, the Suites have brak water, but fresh drinking water is supplied. For convenience, linen and towels are provided. Each room has patio, no smoking is allowed inside the suites.
• 5 out of the 12 rooms have a personal braai area.
• 2 large communal braai areas
• Electricity is available as well as a back up generator
• Fully equipped communal kitchen with a reezer and fridge
• Parking is available inside the premises.
• No pets are allowed.
We’d like to emphasise – we’ve kept it simple for a reason, after all there is nothing better than; the stars, the sunset and endless views of beauty.
Our hospitality is well known and you can be sure of a wonderful stay at our Guesthouse.
Contact us for bookings and we will do everything possible to make your stay worthwhile here in the heart of the Namaqualand.
• Mountain biking, cycling, 4×4 routes, trail running, hiking and star gazing.
Please note, Soebatsfontein is reached by a gravel road, and is not always in great condition; a 4×4 or high-clearance vehicle is recommended. The town does not have a petrol station, and the closest available petrol is at Kamieskroon, Komagass, or Koingnaas.
Soebatsfontein is Afrikaans for ‘begging or pleading fountain’, which dates back from an incident about 1898 in which Hendrik S(t)ievert, a farmhand, was murdered by San in spite of his begging for mercy.