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Pine Tree Inn

4 Reviews
Sleeps 37 in 12 rooms

Surrounded by craggy mountain peaks and nestled in a cosy wooded valley, Pine Tree Inn is a mountain retreat for guests seeking peace and...
Surrounded by craggy mountain peaks and nestled in a cosy wooded valley, Pine Tree Inn is a mountain retreat for guests seeking peace and tranquility within easy reach of all the attractions and amenities of the Nyanga Recreational Park. Scenic attractions in the area include mountains, waterfalls, trout-filled lakes and rivers, and endless vistas of rolling highlands. Activities in the area include hiking, mountain climbing, horse riding, boating, trout fishing and golf. A more adventurous option is whitewater rafting on the Pungwe River, while fans of human history will find several noteworthy ancient ruins to explore. Pine Tree Inn is well signposted, close to the hamlet of Juliasdale, and easily accessible from Rusape and Mutare; all roads are tar. The emphasis at Pine Tree Inn is on comfort, convenience and conviviality. Nestled in a forested valley, the inn has comfortably furnished rooms, all with en-suite facilities and most of them with a view across to the mountains of the Nyanga area.
from R2575

Rhodes Nyanga Hotel

Sleeps 28 in 10 rooms

Bask in the luxury of a more elegant time at the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel. Built as a holiday cottage in the 1800’s by Cecil John Rhodes, and...
Bask in the luxury of a more elegant time at the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel. Built as a holiday cottage in the 1800’s by Cecil John Rhodes, and converted into a hotel in 1933, the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel is a 24 roomed homestead that offers a truely out of Africa experience. Set in manicured gardens with breathtaking views from a veranda overlooking the lake, the hotel is furnished in a true colonial fashion and boasts Rondevals which are a westernised version of the traditional round African hut. They say that the exhilarating mountain air, the Highlands waters from the mountain springs are known to promote health and vigour. This along with continuous efforts to multiply the comforts of the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel, have found reward in the ever increasing favour which the hotel enjoys. A few days spent here will keep you fit in brain and body. If you're looking for a beautiful and professionally established hotel that will cater for both holiday goers and business meeting, then Rhodes Nyanga hotel is the place you are looking for.
from R2003

Pungwe Drift Cottages

3 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 2 rooms

Pungwe Drift Cottages offers two self-catering cottages set on the banks of the Pungwe River inside the Nyanga National Park. The cottages...
Pungwe Drift Cottages offers two self-catering cottages set on the banks of the Pungwe River inside the Nyanga National Park. The cottages are fully equipped with cutlery, crockery, pots, pans, warm bedding and extra blankets. No towels are provided. Each cottage sleeps five guests and has two bedrooms with three single beds in one room and a double in the other. Other bed configurations are possible. Comfortable lounges with Jetmaster fireplaces separate the bedrooms. One cradle of wood per day is included in the rate. If more wood is used, it is charged for at the rate of $5.00 per bundle. There are small dining rooms attached to the kitchens. Cooking is on wood stoves and gas double hotplates. Lighting is by candles and oil lanterns, while hot water is supplied by boilers. There are bathrooms and separate toilets. There are outdoor braais overlooking the river, with outdoor furniture. Charcoal is available for sale. Please bring your own food and drinks plus towels and toiletries. Although there are no fridges at the moment, drinks and necessary items can be left in the cold mountain streams alongside each cottage to cool down. This is the most stunning setting deep inside the Nyanga National Park. Activities include swimming in the natural pools, picnics and enjoying the peace and quiet. For the more adventurous, there is fly fishing, mountain bike trails, wild water rafting, kayaking and river bugging.
from R720

Cedar Peak Cottage, Nyanga

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Cedar Peak Cottage, Nyanga is located in the Cedar Peak Game Reserve nestled among the indigenous...
Cedar Peak Cottage, Nyanga is located in the Cedar Peak Game Reserve nestled among the indigenous dwarf msasa trees and the rare cedar trees. The cottage enjoys sweeping views of the largest Zimbabwean mountain, Mount Inyangani which is a soaring 2600 m, and the Nyanga district as well as Mount Rupararo, also known as the Bald Man's Head. Here one can experience the sheer solitude of this location, where misty nights chilled by the fresh mountain air are warmed by log fires over a bottle of red. Please note the cottage has no electricity, though there is gas and a generator on site. One will leave the trappings of city life and disconnect for a while. Located in near proximity and in view of the Nyanga National Park, Cedar Peak Cottage, Nyanga is located in this popular Eastern Highlands tourist destination with its fishing, golf courses, mountain hikes and rivers. The surrounding areas also contain many Stone Age and Iron Age archaeological remains such as pit structures, stone forts, terraces and pathways; one of which is located on the property.
from R500

Mutarazi Cottages

2 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 3 rooms

Muturazi Cottages are three luxury self-catering units set in parkland overlooking the Montane Forests of the Mutarazi Falls National Park...
Muturazi Cottages are three luxury self-catering units set in parkland overlooking the Montane Forests of the Mutarazi Falls National Park in Nyanga. The cottages are fully equipped with cutlery, crockery, pots, pans, toasters, fridge-freezers, electric stoves as well as microwave ovens. Warm bedding with down duvets and extra blankets are supplied, but no towels are provided. Each cottage consists of an open-plan lounge, kitchen and large country-style dining room table. There are Jetmaster fireplaces and a cradle of firewood a day is included in the rate, but if more wood is required then an additional charge of $5.00 per bundle is charged. Guests are required to bring their own food, drinks and towels. We regret no dogs are allowed. In each cottage the downstairs bedroom has two bunk beds with an en-suite shower and toilet. The upstairs of each is called the Log Cabin Bedroom and it has twin beds which can be pushed together to form a double bed, and an en-suite bathroom with a Victorian bath. In addition, there are private en-suite saunas and balconies overlooking the Montane Forest. There are outdoor braais and outdoor furniture for entertainment and charcoal is available for sale. Guests using the Mutarazi Falls Cottages have access to the Pungwe Drift picnic site and the Pungwe River for fly fishing which are not available to members of the public. Take a dip in the natural pools on the river. For the more adventurous, there is a rope course through the trees, abseiling, rock climbing, mountain bike trails, wild water rafting and kayaking.
from R720

Winterberg and Kaypacha

2 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 2 rooms

Winterberg and Kaypacha are two fully furnished houses located high in the mountains in Zimbabwe. They are set on a plateau and offer...
Winterberg and Kaypacha are two fully furnished houses located high in the mountains in Zimbabwe. They are set on a plateau and offer spectacular views. Both houses are fully equipped for self-catering. Each house has three double bedrooms and the large lounge areas have comfortable seating and dining areas. The kitchens are fully equipped for self-catering and we provide bedding; guests need to bring their own towels. Although the cottages have electricity and basic appliances, a boiler provides hot water to the bathrooms and kitchenette. This peaceful and tranquil setting offers a variety of bird life and beautiful flora. From this high altitude, guests can enjoy amazing views and wonderful walking trails.
from R8423

Aberfoyle Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 101 in 36 rooms

Set amongst the tea estates of the Eastern Highlands Plantations in the Honde Valley and tropical Riparian Forest, this unique lodge has...
Set amongst the tea estates of the Eastern Highlands Plantations in the Honde Valley and tropical Riparian Forest, this unique lodge has got to be Zimbabwe's best-kept travel secret. The lodge provides luxurious accommodation for guests and is the ideal venue for family reunions, small conferences or as a quiet getaway. Affordable meals are served all day from the restaurant whilst the well-stocked bar will keep even the thirstiest guest well hydrated and cool in the heat of the Honde Valley. The lodge boasts a 9-hole golf course, a swimming pool, a squash court, table tennis, a dartboard, a pub, a snooker room and a lounge with DStv. Apart from the wonderful services and facilities at the lodge, there are guides on hand to take guests horse riding on the many trails surrounding the lodge, birding, canoeing and fishing on the Wamba Dam, and arboreal walks through the tropical Riparian Forests. Guided tours of the Wamba Tea Factory and the hydroelectricity plant can be organised. Guests can purchase choice tea as well as visit the Carving Factory. Special mention must be made of the birding. Aberfoyle is unique in its variety of avi-fauna and at an altitude of only 500 m, it complements the nearby high altitude birding destinations of the Montane Forests and the grasslands of Far and Wide's wild Nyanga resorts. In addition, Far and Wide Zimbabwe offers incredible whitewater rafting and kayaking on the Pungwe River and will soon be introducing tree canopy tours and rope courses, as well as orienteering and extended overnight hikes into the remote mountain wilderness areas that surround the lodge.
from R2520

Troutbeck Sun

Sleeps 147 in 72 rooms

Overlooking a private trout lake and a nine-hole golf course, Troutbeck Sun nestles in a valley high in the Nyanga Mountains. Roaring...
Overlooking a private trout lake and a nine-hole golf course, Troutbeck Sun nestles in a valley high in the Nyanga Mountains. Roaring pine-log fires burn throughout the year, welcoming guests to the warmth and friendliness which is the hallmark of this hotel. There are 70 charming bedrooms, most of which have direct access to the lawns leading down to the lake. The rooms are all complimented with air-conditioning, oil heaters, wall-to-wall carpeting, and underfloor heating. All the rooms on the lake wing have private balconies, glass doors and large windows looking out onto views of the lake and golf course. Rooms with easy access are available for guests with disabilities. Troutbeck is renowned for its sporting facilities and guests can enjoy trout fishing, golf, riding, bowls, tennis, squash, croquet and boating. The surrounding mountains with sites such as World’s View and the Nyangombe Falls are within easy driving distance.
from R3496

Mutarazi Falls Camping Huts

Sleeps 20 in 5 rooms

Mutarazi Falls Camping Huts offer five private Camping Huts set in the Montane Forest in the...
Mutarazi Falls Camping Huts offer five private Camping Huts set in the Montane Forest in the Mutarazi Falls National Park. We are located a few minutes’ walk from the Mutarazi Falls. Each hut consists of a low walled and roofed shelter. There is a fireplace next to each hut and a central ablution block with hot and cold running water. Far and Wide is able to offer a wide range of outdoor adventure activities and beautiful accommodation, all set in the stunning wilderness areas of the Nyanga and Mutarazi Falls National Park. Guests using our facilities are welcome to relax in the peaceful misty mountain atmosphere curled up next to a log fire, go for a ramble along our well-mapped hiking trails, accompany our guides on a bird walk through the Montane Forests, visit the Mutarazi Falls, Pungwe Falls and Honde viewpoint or take on the challenge of any one of the many recreational adventure activities that Far and Wide is able to offer.
from R180

Inn On Rupurara

2 Reviews
Sleeps 72 in 17 rooms

Granite mountains and hillsides covered with indigenous woodland provide the truly exquisite setting of Inn on Rupurara. Vistas of blue,...
Granite mountains and hillsides covered with indigenous woodland provide the truly exquisite setting of Inn on Rupurara. Vistas of blue, gold and green African Highveld stretch before the eyes at every turn; once guests arrive there is hardly any need to go any further because this is the scenic jewel of Nyanga. Inn on Rupurara was built in Cape-country style with extensive use of local stone and wood. In the main building the dining room, two lounges and wine bar have hardwood furnishings and attractive fabrics which complement the colours outside. On either side of the main building, two wings of lodges are hidden in the hillside. One wing of six lodges overlooks a small dam on the Rupurara River, while the other twelve overlook the valley to Rupurara Mountain. The Inn is built on a private estate stocked with a variety of plains game and also offers great birding and safari-style drives with a trained guide which can be especially rewarding. Other activities on the estate include trout fishing in the pristine waters of the Inyangombe River, walks and picnics, rock climbing and visits to ancient rock art. Within easy reach of the inn are two golf courses and a casino, as well as all the other attractions and amenities of the Nyanga area, including waterfalls, dams and archaeological sites. Eighteen spacious rooms are all en-suite, tastefully decorated in early Cape style in keeping with the country setting, and opening onto a generous covered veranda. Room heaters are provided for those chilly mountain evenings. The main guest area has two lounges, a main lounge and a cosy attic lounge, both with fireplaces. In the attic lounge there is a mini library and a number of board games including a novel glass chess set. Trevor’s wine bar offers a wide selection of local and imported wines and liqueurs. The dining room can seat a maximum of 40 people in one sitting and breakfast is served on a sun-filled veranda. Dinner is a four-course meal with a selection of two main courses and two desserts followed by tea or coffee in the lounge. As the hotel is built on a mountain slope; there are numerous stairs and very little even ground which does make moving from one area to another difficult for the infirm or elderly.
from R3274
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