|Spring Valley offers a home away from home|
|Friday, 27 July 2012 00:00|
These days with a lot of traffic and bad roads, there is need for rest in between, either for a drink or for lunch or just mere rest.
Karoi is one such place where the main hotel — the Karoi Hotel — has folded leaving a yawning gap.
Having driven past rustic villages, vast swathes of farm land, and negotiating hairpin curves on the taxing snaking mountain roads whichever way you are going or coming from, peaceful rest becomes a necessity.
For those in love with peace and tranquillity, there is place where you can rest, undisturbed. It is a still, quiet and well-maintained wooded place.
Modern architecture, well-painted and maintained grounds make this place heaven on earth, especially the flower garden, where bees and flies somersault from one flower to another in effortless aerial battles to collect nectar, is a perfect place to while up time and stretch your legs, especially if you have been driving.
Situated along the highway adjacent to a service station, Spring Valley Resort has expansive en suite rooms, tastefully decorated with gothic and ultra-modern furniture.
Mukwa and mupani tree furniture is evident.
It is a green lung, dotted with exotic and indigenous trees and the rooms are tailored to give comfort, confidentiality and secrecy.
Away from the hullabaloo of town folk, who normally want to drink opaque beer and make noise, Spring Valley is the place for a person needing real rest.
All rooms have fitted hardwood furniture, a plasma TV connected to DStv.
There is a huge generator for back-up electricity in the event of power cuts.
The bathrooms have hot water 24/7 giving comfort to the visitor. An upmarket restaurant for exotic and indigenous food, spoils the visitor for choice. There are also snacks for those who just want to take a nap.
Secure night parking makes the place a perfect sleep- over.
It makes real sense to put up at Spring Valley Resort and proceed with the journey the following morning since Zimbabwe’s roads have become death traps, especially at night.
Spring Valley Resort is a must stopover. Try it.