Inn On The Vumba is the first hotel along Bvumba road, located only 7km from the city centre just after the Prince of Wales viewpoint. We offer hotel accommodation, meals, conferencing facilities, wedding facilities as well as self-catering accommodation.
The hotel’s capacity is as follows:
– 17 Standard en-suite rooms
– 4 two-bedroomed family cottages with kitchenette, lounge and bathroom
– Conference capacity of 40pax indoors and tent capacity of 100+
Our restaurant is open throughout the day, serving meals from full English breakfast to snacks, lunch meals and 3-course dinner meals. We also provide buffet meals for groups. Inn On The Vumba hotel also has a cozy bar serving a variety of drinks. Inn On The Vumba also has a swimming pool which is open to guests free of charge and non-residents at a fee.
Our core strengths are our peaceful, serene locations, room designs and customer-centric approach which create a homely feel for our guests. Our ability to attend to each individual client’s specific requirements ensures a comfortable and memorable stay!
Room Amenities at both hotels:
- Satellite Television
- Internet connectivity
- Towels and toiletries
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
Both our hotels are located in the picturesque, lush eastern highlands region of Zimbabwe. The Eastern Highlands, which runs along the Mozambican border for about 300 kilometers, is a mountainous area of spectacular natural beauty: rolling hills, green forests, rugged peaks, misty valleys, deep gorges, cascading waterfalls and sparkling rivers and lakes.
- Nyanga National Park, the oldest national park in Zimbabwe, home to the highest peak in the country, Mount Nyangani.
- The highest waterfall at Mtarazi Falls (762metres)
- Wildlife – kudu, klipspringer, reedbuck, blue duiker
- Birdlife – more than 300 species
- Hiking trails – e.g Turaco trail, Susurumba trail
- Trout fishing
- Rich archaeological sites
- Worldsview – spectacular vista on the escarpment of the Nyanga Downs plateau, just north of Nyanga. It is situated at an altitude of 2,248 metres with a 600 metres drop.
- Lush Bvumba mountains
- Rare bird species
- Wildlife – e.g. Samango monkeys
- Botanical gardens
- Natural falls
- Cecil Kop Wildlife and Nature Reserve