Eastern Highlands Accommodation

Holiday Inn MutareSurrounded by spectacular scenery, in many parts reminiscent of the Scottish Highlands, Mutare is at the centre of a collection of myths and legends of tribal origin as well as the history of the early European settlers.    

Business and leisure travellers are well catered for by Holiday Inn Mutare’s 20 twin rooms, 49 deluxe rooms, 1 paraplegic room, 4 suites and 23 executive rooms, all superbly appointed and maintained. The Forester Arms Bar, paying tribute to the surrounding forest areas, is a favourite watering hole for locals as well as guests, who can also enjoy refreshments by the swimming pool and on the Sun Deck.

Healthy, mountain-air appetites are well catered for by the Inn’s Spur Restaurant, a ranch-style, full service, grill turning out succulent steaks and great burgers. 

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leopard rock hotelThe enchanting Leopard Rock Golf Resort & Casino deserves its reputation as the one of the most beautiful and best kept secrets in the region.  Tranquil in the shadow of the signature Chinyakwaremba "hill that sat down"; abundant birdlife, colourful wildflowers, blue skies, misty mornings, lush forests and far below, the tropical beauty of the Burma Valley, an exceptional resort and golf course beckons.

Leopard Rock Golf Resort & Casino, in one of the most scenic areas of the ‘other’ southern Africa, different to the open golden plains suspended in dust from migrating wildlife but akin to other tropical gems such as the slopes of Ngorongoro Crater; the Zomba Plateau in Malawi or the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro.

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Troutbeck ResortZimbabwe’s highest peak, Mount Inyangani, provides the stunning backdrop to the Troutbeck Resort, nestled in the Eastern Highlands of the country.

Scenery more akin to the Scottish Highlands than sub-tropical Zimbabwe welcomes guests to this unique part of the country and offers a respite for those wishing to escape the summer heat of the Highveld.

A “country club” ambience prevails in this hotel and its staff perpetuate the feeling with discreet but highly polished African Sun service. The open fire in the hotel foyer has been alight since the opening of the property, 45 years ago, and is the physical embodiment of the warmth of the welcome all guests enjoy.

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