Nyamoro Dairy Farm | Informal Campsite

Zimbabwe

Details

Verified:
21 days ago
Altitude:
1834.0 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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You can stay here at this huge peaceful farm. 2 big friendly dogs around, lots of cows, sheep, chicken and geese.
In the Tea room they have homemade jam, honey, chutneys and cheese to sell. Also offer cake and lot of other stuff.
Best I've eaten for a long time! Best greetings to the always-happy waitress Angie!
The extremely friendly owner Debbie is open for overlanders and so she allowed us to stay at the farm area. Have a walk to the lake and enjoy this beautiful piece of land.
We stayed some days and came back after a while as we felt at home here.

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It‘s great and Debbie is a very friendly, helpfully and strong woman!
Everything is like written before!
Don‘s miss her little café!!!

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As mentioned by others, Debbie is so welcoming and helpful. A lovely place to stay, relax, walk and enjoy Debbie's tea rooms. We parked outside the cottage over the other side of the farm and had full use of the facilities as it was not occupied at this time - including a lovely fire in the lounge. A big recommendation!

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I had a great stay at the dairy farm! Thoroughly recommend. Angie and Netsai welcomed me, and Debbie arrived the following day. Netsai told me stories of the ancient civilisations who used to live in the mountains. Angie made the best sandwiches and cakes I've had in months on the road. Debbie told me stories of how the dairy farm was built, how it survived the wars, and she took me on a tour of the milking buildings. Debbie runs a welcoming, friendly place, situated at the edge of a mountain with amazing views down the valley.

The tea room serves excellent food and drink, top quality. Milkshakes made with milk from the farm! And cheesecake, milk tart, quiches...

Debbie was kind enough to put me in the house, so I had a bed, my own hot water shower and toilet, and free rein of the kitchen facilities. I had to struggle to pay her for my stay, she is very generous to travellers, especially cyclists. We chatted a lot about the local area, history, and how many travellers come through her place with interesting journeys.

It's great to support these types of businesses, they're a great employer for the local area. I hope we travellers continue to support them, and get their support when we're looking for a roof and good food and chat.

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Debbie welcomed us very warmly. She opened a bathroom with bath (hot water) and toilets for us. We parked in her beautiful garden and could enjoy the cow tray, the lake, the river, the Tea room... Eggs, chicken, lacto, fresh milk, cream are sold in the farm. Debbie doesnt ask money. We spent the evenings chating with her. We learnt a lot about her life and Zim. Views are amazing. We spent 2 nights very quiet.

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All said is true - Debbie is a very lovely and welcoming person who is getting through a very difficult time to keep the dairy business alive. She loves to show you around and is a rich source of information. We camped for 2 nights in her wonderful garden with access to toilet and bath - but she also offered the use of her big kitchen. We enjoyed delicious Milk-tart and Milk Shakes at the tea room and bought freshly made strawberry marmelade from Angie. And we bought fresh milk (cream is available too) at the dairy - best milk we had for a long time - and beeing Swiss this means something! We gave Debbie US$ 15/per night for 2 Pers.- she truly appreciated this support.

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Phenomenal place. It's paradise in Zimbabwe. It's such a gem of a place that it's impossible to really describe it properly. We had the feeling for a few days that we left Africa and went with a portal in the countryside of England for a few days. So peaceful, fresh at night but warm during the day, a somptuous garden to hang out in with crazy flours and trees, an whole property with a small lake and cows to explore, 1 friendly princess cat and 2 sweet dogs, and the friendliest host on earth Debbie.
We arrived very late one evening (5:30pm) without notice and Debbie was not at home but her security guard welcomed us and showed us where we could spend the night. We stayed 3 nights and it was very difficult for us to leave this very special place.
We had bacon and mushrooms quiche and scone at the tea room, it was a delight. As previously mentionned, Debbie doesn't accept money but make sure you spend some dollars at her T room, she highly deserve it and she could use some extra money those days...

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This farm is owned by the wonderful Debbie! She welcomed us with open arms despite arriving about 4.30pm and we enjoyed a much needed cup of tea and some milk tart....delicious. We stayed 1 night with use of a bathroom with hot water and Debbie even gave us a hot water bottle as it was very cold! We bought a delicious packed lunch of toasted sandwiches and scones for our hike the next day up Zims highest peak!

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Debbie is such a friendly, generous, and welcoming person who loves to have people visiting her farm and tearoom. You can camp up the hill, with nice view into the valley and next to a cottage which you can also use as sitting area, for cooking, or to sleep in, with hot showers (when there is power). Debbie can also invite you to stay in her garden, next to the farm, which also has a nice atmosphere. You can use her spare room with the bathroom for hot water. This place is closer to the tearoom, farm, and washing machine/tumble dryer, you are free to use. Although we think it would be very reasonable for Debbie to ask some money for the camping and facilities she is offering, untill now she likes the informal company of guests and doesn't want it to become too formal. We think Debbie can use some support though, so please do so by buying some things from her tearoom. She really appreciates it. Besides that.. the cheesecake from Angie is to die for!

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It's a great place, with very good products (cakes, milkshakes, dairy, beef and chicken). Debbie is an amazing host who took care of me as I got sick and offered me a room to recover.

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Very nice place to stay for a night or two. we expected to be camping but Debbie let us use one of her spare rooms. Such a generous and welcoming lady! She wouldn't let us pay for anything so we got some products from the tee-room.
She told us she got enough space for big rigs too and she seems to love whenever people show up. We loved the cheesecake!

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Different possibilities to park at the farm, Angie will show you around if Debbie is not at home.
Fresh milk, buttermilk, cream and butter available. Different cakes and snacks you can enjoy with coffee or tea. They also sell meat from their own cattle.

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Big rig friendly. Very friendly welcome from Angie (Debbie was in Harare). Lovely walks around the property (the farm sale fell through, so farming activities continue). Lovely cream tea available as are other light snacks. Possible to do your laundry here - washing machine available. Debbie does not charge overlanders for camping, so be sure to order a meal or buy some of the lovely fresh milk from the dairy.

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We stayed 3 nights at Debbie's place. Very welcoming, generous and friendly as ever. Nice green grass, beautiful flowers in the garden and amazing views over the area! She recently sold the farm, so all the farming activities are now under new management, but Debbie still lived in the house when we were there. Best to contact Debbie before you go to check the status.

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Picturesque farm as in a children book!
We stayed two nights in the garden around nice flowers and an incredible lawn. Debbie is very open and welcoming to visitors !
We also had one of the best retreats during our journey with coffee and cheesecake with cream berry topping in the tea garden.

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A really nice and friendly place, had a milkshake and cheesecaķe, it was soo delicious. Did not stay cause it was early but it seems that its possible to camp

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You can stay here at this huge peasefull Farm. 2 big friendly dogs around, lots of cows, sheep's, chicken and goose.
In the Tea room they have homemade jam,honey,chutneys and cheese to sell.
Also offer cake and lot of other stuff.
Best I eat since a long time! Best gratings to the always happy waitress Angie!
The extremly friendly owner Debbie is open for overlander and so she alows to stay at the farm area. Have a walk to the lake and enjoy this beautiful pice of land.
We did stay some days and came back after a while as we feel like home here.

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