Many single people in Zimbabwe choose to live in hostels, an old style of accommodation dating back to the early days of the occupation of the country by British settlers.
While those who lived in hostels were doing so because they did not have an option, living in hostels is nowadays fast becoming a matter of choice. Many people are preferring to live in hostels mainly because they are affordable.
George Fleming House has an array of benefits which include furnished single and double rooms, laundry facilities, satellite television, internet and a well maintained swimming pool
George Fleming House can accommodate up to 82 residents. The “old” wing consists of 27 double rooms and 4 singles and the “new” wing has 24 double rooms. Two Meals are provided in the dining room daily and the lounge is popular with residents to relax in after a busy day.
George Fleming House is managed by Marylou Chisholm. Marylou has been running the house since June 2016 and is held in very high regard by the Residents, Management and Trustees. Marylou runs a very disciplined house which is essential when caring for up to 82 young ladies. Her passion and commitment is exemplary and she treats the girls as if they were her own. George Fleming House is indeed very fortunate to have Marylou as House Manager.