Masonic Hotel

Masonic Hotel and Lodge

The Suites:                                

The Masonic Hotel comprises 26 elegantly furnished, spacious en-suite rooms, all air conditioned for your comfort for those warm summer days and cold winter nights which the Northern Cape are renowned for. All rooms are en-suite with either bath and shower or bath or shower. There are various combinations of rooms. Choose from a combination of double bed, twin beds, family units (sleeps 3) or single.

Dining Room:

The extensive A La Carte menu extends not only to the beautifully decorated dining room but to the Room Service Menu as well! Delicious bar lunches are served in the ladies bar while breakfast is served until 10H00 in the dining room.

Lounge / Bar:

The lounge and ladies bar offer a relaxing and ambience where you can enjoy a blazing fire in the cold winter months while you sip an expertly mixed cocktail. This is where you arrive as strangers and leave as friends.

General information:

Centrally situated in the heart of Namaqualand, Springbok, the elegant Masonic Hotel beckons. With warm wood paneled interior and elegant high quality solid wood furnishing and original paintings this stylish country hotel offers unparalleled hospitality.

The friendliest personnel await you to accommodate your every need. From the stylish elegant dining room to the relaxing ladies bar where you may enjoy a welcome drink while your bags are delivered to your spacious air conditioned room.

This three star Hotel is centrally located and within walking distance of the central business district of the town, the library, a chemist, several of Springbok's historical buildings and within a few minutes drive time of the most spectacular flower reserves in Namaqualand.

Places to see and things to do when visiting one of our star graded establishments in Springbok. We're centrally situated to enable scenic day trips to several interesting towns and villages.

Concordia - Originally a Rhenish mission station formed in 1852. Copper was mined there from 1853 until 1933.

Garies - The Nama people named this area Th’aries after the couch grass that grew along the banks of the stream and this was later changed to Garies

Hondeklip Bay / Hondeklipbaai - An excellent fishing and crayfishing destination.
Kamieskroon - A small village set amongst enormous granite mountains known as the Kamiesberg, Kamieskroon was originally a descendant of a former town, Bowesdorp.
Kleinzee / Koingnaas - Kleinzee is one of the sites where diamonds were first discovered.
Nababeep -  beautiful flowers covering the little koppies in and around the town during the flower season
Pella - Figs, grapes and pomegranates grow at this mission station established in 1872.
Port Nolloth - Port Nolloth, a centre for both the crayfish industry and alluvial diamond mining. Port Nolloth is the only holiday resort on the Diamond Coast. The town's main tourist attractions are clean beaches and excellent fishing.
Richterveld - Transfrontier National Park, accessable by 4x4 vehicles only, the Richtersveld is one of nature's gifts not to be missed. Home to several animal, plant and fish species this park offers the outdoor enthusiast everything and more.
Steinkopf - Traditional dome-shaped reed huts made by the Nama people dot the landscape. There is also a date plantation in the area which is worth a visit.

Contact Details:

Address:                                         PO Box 9, SPRINGBOK 8240     

Telephone number:                     +27 (0) 27 712 1505

Fax number:                               +27 (0) 27 712 1730




Find us here - GPS Positioning:   Entrance:

                                                         S  29  degrees   39.991

                                                         E 017 degrees   52.946



Contact Person The Manager
Fax Number +27 (0) 27 712 1730
Email Address
Website Address
Physical Address Van Riebeeck street Springbok 8240
Postal Address PO Box 9 Springbok 8240