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The Farmhouse is one of the oldest buildings still standing in Chimanimani and it has now been turned into a relaxed guesthouse.  

The house is large with an open plan lounge and dining room. There is a fireplace and fire wood available for those chilly winter evenings. The kitchen has everything you need to make lovely meals and there is a braai available as well! 

The Farmhouse has three bedrooms consisting of two rooms with double beds and one with two singles.. There are two spare single beds, one in the big bedroom and one in the sitting room.  Bedding and towels are provided so you can have some extra luggage space for your trip.

There is now a loft in the garage where you can easily sleep four children.  It’s cosy and fun and has a lovely treetop view of the mountains. 

You are welcome to camp in the garden as well if you have a large group. There is plenty of shade although Chimanimani is in the highlands of Zimbabwe so it is seldom too hot.

There are two bathrooms at the farmhouse and the outdoor shower is a favourite. As with many old colonial buildings there are lots of verandahs on all sides of the house so you wont be pressed for space no matter how large your group is.  

The floors are of uneven heights so do watch your step - but strangely enough it is these quirks that actually make the farmhouse what it is. A venue that is charming and peaceful - transporting you to another world.


In the paddock near the old homestead there is a little cottage called Penny's Place. This provides additional accomodation for a couple and a child. It has a big open plan living room, with a double bed in it, and a sitting/ kitchen area. There is a wood stove to warm the room in winter. There is a small room off that with a single bed in it and it has its on hot shower and toilet. It also has a lovely sunny veranda. Like the Farmhouse it is fully equipped with a small gas stove, fridge, and linen.

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per person per night sharing


*Prices may vary according to season

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