A Hidden Gem In Central Ghana

You need a vacay, YES OR YESS!??

I have the perfect place in mind for you!

Budget-friendly, Easy to Find and VERY VERY Serene!

Pack a bag, throw in some swimwear and let me tell you all about it!!

The Accommodation:

This hidden gem is called Emily’s place and it is a two-bedroom beach house in Gomoa Fetteh.

The 1st bedroom has a queen-size bed and the 2nd bedroom has two single beds. Each room goes for Ghc 200 per night.

This house is perfect for a group of four!

The rooms are nicely ventilated, with decent private washrooms and a great view.

The house is conveniently located in a serene part of the town and the rooftop overlooks the ocean.

The beach is just a 3-minute walk and, very very very clean!!

I enjoyed long morning walks in the white sands.

The Drive Here:

From Accra, Take a bus headed to Winniba at any of the Bus Stations. Get off at Akoti Junction & then take a taxi into Gomoa Fetteh town.

On arrival at the taxi station, ask to be directed to Emily’s Place.

‪If driving, simply drives to Gomoa Fetteh township and ask for Emily’s Place.

Food & Drinks:

Mr. Peter the house manager is also an extraordinary cook who served me any meal on request for the entire weekend.

Meals are freshly made and priced between Ghc 10 to Ghc 70 a plate, the food is GOOOOOOOD!

They stock beer, fruit juices, and a decent amount of liquors all at regular drink pricing.

Mr. Peter has managed this home for the past 14 years and He has an excellent knowledge of the town if you need a little bit of history.‬

Emily’s place also has a mini library for bibliophiles like myself.

The highlight of my visit was the nice read on the rooftop lying in the hammock and gazing at the sunset.

Make all reservations for this beautiful home via https://abnb.me/zMGsleUbe2 on AirBnB.

Speak to the house manager Peter on 024 257 3420 for further information.

Happy Travels! ✨

Email explorewithmaajoa@gmail.com for a review of your B&B, Resort or Holiday Homes

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