Rhodes Nyanga Complimentary Publicity Card
NYANGA NATIONAL PARK
GOLF COURSES IN VICINITY
TENNIS COURT TENNI - QUOITS
PLACES OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTEREST
SLAVE PITS - Several in vicinity of Hotel.
OLD FORT - Portuguese Origin
ANCIENT WORKINGS - Unknown Origin
BEAUTY SPOTS (All within easy reach of the Hotel)
INYANGANI MOUNTAIN - 2567 metres
MTARAZI FALLS - 610 metre drop
PUNGWE GORGE. AND FALLS - Wonderful. View
INYANGOMBI FALLS - Ideal for picnics
ER BATHING POOL - Safe for children and bilharzia
Rhodes Nyanga Hotel
FORMERLY CECIL RHODES OLD HOMESTFAD
Situated in the most beautiful country in Nyanga National park, amidst mountain scenery, rivers and wooded slopes.
PRIVATE BAG No. 8024N RUSAPE
TELEPHONE: NYANGA 377
TELEGRAMS: "RHODES HOTEL-
TELEX: 81267 RHODES ZW
Table d' Hote
Breakfast: 7.30 a.m. to 9.00 a.m.
Lunch: 1.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Children's Supper 6.15 p.m. to 6.45 p.m.
Dinner. 7.15 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.
A la Carte available weekends.
Children under 6 years not allowed in Dining-Room after 7.00 p.m.
Visitors leaving early on day of departure are requested to settle their account the previous day.
There is a limited laundry available for visitors. List of garments should be given to the bedroom staff, together with washing.
No responsibility foi fadirig or shrinking can be accepted.
Charges for laundry will be included in visitors bills.
The laundry is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Visitors are advised to hand any valuables for safe keepingto the officc. Otherwise the Management cannot be held
responsible for any loss.
Deposits will not be refunded unless 14 days' notice is given.
Gentlemen are requested to wear ties in the dining room and bar after 7.00 p. m. Jeans ft tackies are not acceptable.
Guests are earnestly requested not to take Hotel towels to the swimming pool: old towels will be provided it necessary.
Guests' radios are permitted quietly in their own room.
Visitors requiring picnic lunches please advise the Management the evening before.
Visitors please note that dogs are NOT allowed at the Hotel or in the National Park.
Thanks to Diarmid Smith for sharing his memories with ORAFs