About Troutbeck Resort
Overlooking a private trout lake and a nine-hole golf course, Troutbeck Resort 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.
Enjoy buffet or a la carte menus at The Beck Restaurant, or breakfast and dinner buffets at Jungle Mania. Guests can also enjoy traditional Grouse pub fare at the Hare and Hound Bar, or order snacks or a traditional high tea from Sun & MacIlwaine Lounge and Terrace.
Troutbeck Resort 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.
Golf: The Resort features its own 9-hole golf course with scenic mountain views, for guests wanting to play a round.
Wedding Venues: The Resort gardens and Sun lounge are available for private ceremonies and weddings.
Conference Venues: The Resort has conferencing facilities that can seat up to 300 delegates. the All day package includes teas, coffees, cordials, sweets, a portable TV and VCR, stationery, a flip chart stand, overhead projector and LCD projector, and lunch.
Family friendly: We have a children's playground, tennis and squash courts, bowling, snooker, trout fishing, volleyball and a swimming pool - everything you need to keep the kids entertained during your stay with us. We also have babysitting services on request.
Troutbeck Resort Rooms
Troutbeck Resort Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling