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Shiwa Ng'andu

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Lusaka, Zambia
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Reviewed 24 December 2017

A remarkable on-going story can be lived by guests at Shiwa Ng'andu. The love of Africa is personified by all of those who have lived there, and this infectious love passed to those privileged to stay as guests. The four of us (two couples) enjoyed...More

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Reviewed 9 November 2017

Shiwa - "Africa House" - is an English mansion built by Sir Stewart Gore-Brown in the heart of Africa near the town of Mpika, some 1200kms north of Livingstone in Zambia. Every brick was made and laid by him and his local helpers. It overlooks...More

Thank davetheron
Reviewed 29 January 2017

We had come to see what is left of Sir Steward Gore-Brown’s famous Manor House. If one lives in Africa, it is not too difficult to imagine what vision, talent, perseverance and organizing skills were needed in order to establish an English country estate in...More

2  Thank Stella F
Reviewed 21 September 2015

Historical, natural, fabulous. It is not a hotel, it is a real English castle in the heart of Africa and its history. Very pleasant to feel yourself a guest. And be treated as a guest. Very unusual experience!

2  Thank RussianTaiga
Reviewed 16 February 2015

This house, which played a key role in the history of Zambia, entertains its guests in the tradition of its early days, with generous and graceful hospitality. Our hosts Jo and Charles Harvey did their utmost to keep us busy, wined and dined us, and...More

Thank Guliz E
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"We found the allocated room most comfortable. Do not expect wifi - I downloaded my google maps for offline..."
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"If you get the chance to book Gore-Brown's own room....do it!"
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