Welcome To Breeze Inn Village
Luxury Guest House
The home owners, Julius & Yulanda Marais are Namibians who spent 15 years in Africa, before returning home. They have no human children and after years of struggling to find pet friendly holiday homes they decided to ensure this home is filled with all the luxuries you will find in your own home, and that the house welcomes all the furry children of their guests as well.Book Now
Frequently Asked Questions
1000m from the new Platz-am-Mer shopping mall with restaurants on the SEA. There are well kept gardens next to the sea with walk-ways for you and your pet (which must be on a leash), or you can walk along the high water mark to town even, and find a nice spot for a beach picnic or just watching the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean
Yes. There are no statistics that show attacks on joggers on the beach, as the beach is managed and cleaned regularly by the municipality, there are no bums or homeless people sleeping on beaches, as might be the case in other countries.
- 1000M from the new Platz-am-Mer shopping mall with upmarket family –friendly restaurants on the waterfront. There is a full Woolworths (clothing and food), Edgars, Supermarket, Nanodog for your technology needs, Weder, Kuata & Hoveka Attorneys, Banks, Diskem Pharmacy, Family Entertainment Play centre, MTC shop for cell phone needs, Take Away foods, and a car wash.
- 1.1km from the nearest Ocean View Spar with Doctor, Pharmacy, Liquor Store, Bits & Pieces Restaurant and a car wash.
- 1.2km from the nearest Shell Service Station with a Butchery and auto parts / tyres.
- 3.5km from town centre of the old, historic Swakopmund with German Bakery and variety of entertaining restaurants and museums.
Yes! The Hostess is the housekeeper as well and she can assist you at an additional N$150 per day. She can help you with general cleaning, washing, ironing, etc. Book and pay through the owner.
Yes. Some of the best hospitals in the country is at the coast. Visiting and rotating Doctors from Cape Town and Windhoek ensures the best general practitioner and specialist treatments. The State Hospital is full of friendly staff eager to support tourists at a fraction of the private medical rates. The Cottage Hospital is privately owned by the Medi-Clinic Group from South Africa and have some of the newest theatres and recovery centres in the country. Many people come for big operations and stay in the cool air in Swakopmund to recover over long periods.
Yes. Emergency numbers and in the black, plastic flip-file