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About The Olive Tree Guest House

If you are looking for affordable luxury accommodation at competitive prices in Namaqualand, the Olive Tree Guest House is just what you need. The guest house is in a beautiful town with inherent hospitality where warm personality embraces you in the comfortable luxury of its facilities.

The Olive Tree has seven magnificent rooms, each with its own theme and décor. Each room displays a unique aspect of South Africa and Namaqualand itself. We also cater for families and disabled guests by providing three rooms with different, adapted layouts. A superb breakfast will have you ready for a day of activities.

The owners and staff of The Olive Tree pride themselves in the service they provide to each individual that visits their beloved town - characteristic true to the people of Namaqualand.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 33 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 17
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 8 Reviews

Facilities

  • Swimming Pool

The Olive Tree Guest House Rooms

Reviews for The Olive Tree Guest House

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Roger Collinson, Namibia
16 December 2016

Perfect in every respect with the host and hostess exceptional with their hospitality

Kelly Harcourt, United States of America
02 September 2016

Wonderful, comfortable, peaceful place, perfectly located, extremely friendly and accommodating, delicious breakfasts. Spent 5 nights here and highly recommend it!

Wolfgang Teichert, Namibia
29 August 2016

We really enjoyed our stay in the Olive Tree Guest House. The service is excellent an d the staff friendly. We will be back. Thanks Elna for your friendliness and assistance.

noleen osner, South Africa
24 August 2016

Thank you for your awesome hospitality, from all the staff. Both accommodation and meals were top class. See you again, soon. Noleen, Gauteng.

Francois Moller, South Africa
10 September 2015

Wonderful stay at this beautiful guest house. The breakfast was very delicious with big choice of protein. The owner was very helpful and is attending personally to the guests at breakfast. The room was very spacious and the linen and towels of high quality. Well situated and safe off street parking.

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The Olive Tree Guest House Map

The Olive Tree Guest House is 1.3km from the centre of Springbok , the nearest airport 347.5km (Keetmanshoop Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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