Musangano Lodge offers spacious accommodation under thatch for up to 32 guests in well equipped lodges and chalets. All units are tastefully furnished, of a high finish and decorated in ethnic style to create a homely and cosy atmosphere. They are well-spaced for privacy and yet only a few minutes away from the restaurant and reception area. From the covered porches visitors will appreciate the spectacular distant views across the broad Odzi River Valley towards the dramatic granite ramparts of the Eastern Highlands.
The self catering lodges are ideal for families and fully equipped with crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils, fridge, gas cooker with oven, DStv and an outside private braai stand. Three lodges accommodate four guests in two bedrooms, and one sleeps six in three bedrooms. An additional sleeping place is available, if required, in the spacious living area. The five one-roomed 30 square metre chalets sleep two and are provided with a tea-kitchenette (fridge, electric kettle, crockery, basic cutlery).
Bed linen, mosquito nets, towels as well deck-chairs for the porch are provided. During the winter months, between May and August, the fireplace will be much appreciated. Lodges and chalets have parking areas for one or two cars, and are accessible with wheelchairs. All are serviced daily.
Spaced well apart for privacy, their splendid accommodation blends well into the Miombo mountain woodland and creates a warm ethnic ambiance. Guests may choose between self catering lodges for families and larger groups or smaller chalets for two. There is also a well-appointed conference centre, much sought after as a venue for workshops and seminars. The secluded and quiet gardens exude a serene atmosphere, which helps to create a good working environment.
Their cosy dining room and the spacious garden restaurant have acquired a reputation for serving delicious food, be it a full breakfast, a light lunch or a table d’hote three-course dinner.
Musangano Lodge is situated two and a half hours by car from the capital city of Harare and half an hour from the border town of Mutare. It is ideally located for exploring the attractions of the Eastern Highlands