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It was a good place near Kakum National Park. A/C worked, dinner was good ( we had local dishes) and staff were friendly. Not many choices close to the park so we were happy it was so pleasant. Breakfast was good but wish they had...More
My wife and I stayed here as part of a birding tour around Ghana. The aiirconditioned room was comfortable, the food was adequate and included some delicious local dishes such as RedRed. The main reason for staying here was for easy and quick access to...More
Pleasant lodge with good facilities. Room we stayed in was fairly large with air conditioning. The bathroom was fairly small and the shower cubicle leaked on the bathroom floor but the shower was decent with hot water if required. (weather very hot in january). The...More
Considering you are in a rural area, this hotel really does a good job to meet international traveller needs. You have hot water, soaps, a clean bed, air conditioning, bar, restaurant and hot breakfast. Its all we needed to feel comfortable and happy before continuing...More
This is in most respects quite a delightful place to stay by Ghanaian standards; the rooms are comfortable, service is decent, and the air conditioning and wifi are both good. We stayed here for several nights on two occasions and were very happy with it....More
USD 49 - USD 65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi there (please note I'm not answering on behalf of the hotel!): do you have a tour booked, or are you travelling on your own? You can certainly hire a car and driver in Accra, but it's a long way to the Rainforest Lodge... More
Hi there (please note I'm not answering on behalf of the hotel!): do you have a tour booked, or are you travelling on your own? You can certainly hire a car and driver in Accra, but it's a long way to the Rainforest Lodge from there! There is public transit, I believe, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend it. The drive from Accra to Cape Coast and on up to Jukwa takes several hours however you do it -- the roads are not great in places and traffic is heavy.
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"They are all the same, ground level, small balcony opening to the gardens"