Rhodes Nyanga Hotel
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Coordinates18⁰17′26.54″S 32⁰43′46.50″E
FounderCecil John Rhodes

Rhodes Nyanga Hotel is a hotel in Nyanga, Manicaland Province. It was named after the Cecil John Rhodes, three decades after his death. Its garden overlooks the Rhodes Dam and the Nyanga National Park. Rhodes Hotel offers a place for business meetings, conferences and as a wedding venue.

Visitors Guide

Twitter Handle: @RhodesNyangaHotel Contact Details: 078 270 7837

  • When to visit: All year around
  • Fee: Entrance free; accommodation charge
  • Directions: From Harare take the Robert Mugabe Road which then becomes the Mutare Road (A3) passing through in turn Ruwa, Melfort, Bromley, Marondera, Macheke and Headlands. At 168 KM turn left at Rusape onto the A14, 239 KM reach Juliasdale, 250.6 KM turn right onto gravel road signposted to Rhodes Nyanga Hotel, 251.2 KM continue on the gravel road past the National Park office turnoff on the left, 0.4 KM later turn left up the driveway to the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel.

From Mutare take the Harare Road (A3) at 10 KM turn right after crossing Christmas Pass onto the A15; 80 KM turn right at Juliasdale onto the A14, then as above. [1]


Cecil John Rhodes purchased the old Fotheringhame's homestead on Fruitfield Farm in 1896. He then proceeded to build himself a holiday cottage which was later turned into a hotel in 1933.

The hotel has 24 rooms and room 8 is popular with its furniture which belonged to Cecil Rhodes.


Guests at the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel may visit and participate in,


  1. Rhodes Nyanga Hotel, ZFG, Published: , Retrieved: 30 April 2018