I offer airport pick ups at a fee of 20usd in accra and also help in getting transportation to Ho either by public transport which is (30ghc)or a private transportation to Ho also at a fee. You can expwcr a very Serene environment, wall gated ,good security,beautiful apartment, easy transportation ,availability of water and electricity ,cleaning lady,and a peaceful place to relax or work.
Our B&B is an unpretentious, simple and comfortable hide-away for those seeking rest, relaxation, peace and quiet in unspoiled nature. We are on solar energy and try to have as little an impact as possible on our natural surroundings. As we are a new B&B (we just opened in February 2017!) we are still in the process of growing our own vegetable and fruit garden. We call our B&B "The Tree House" even though, in literal terms, we are not a tree house. It is a wood-frame, 3 story home, on stilts.
“After spending a week in Accra I was looking for a tranquil retreat away from the city to unwind and re-center before flying back to the UK. When looking for somewhere to stay, I was swayed by the beautiful pictures (friends were envious when I showed them) and amazing reviews. I booked 4 months ahead of my stay but Yao’s & Aaj’s communication with me from the onset was friendly, professional and very accommodating, I knew from then I had made the right choice. The beautiful idyllic setting of the Tree House served up relaxation and tranquility in abundance. I love the outdoors and nature, so I really felt at home here in among the natural surroundings. There is everything to love about the Tree House, the picturesque rustic and tranquil setting, the amazing views, the serenity and most importantly the exceptional hospitality from my hosts. Yao and Aaj are one of the most friendly and hospitable airbnb hosts that I have encountered. In-fact from the onset it felt like I was staying with family/friends, I was welcomed by the family with open arms and spent a lot of my time relaxing, conversing and sharing delicious morning/evening meals and snacks with the family on their beautiful inviting open terrace with its beautiful decor and abundance of potted plants wherever you turned (hand grown by green fingered Aaj), creating an extension of the tranquil idyllic grounds. We had so much to talk about and some interesting conversations. Yao is very knowledgable about Ghanain culture and history, he was engaging on all topics and a visionary which I could relate to and which enabled our conversations to flow naturally. Aaj and I had so much in common, it was like we were kindred spirits. Like myself Aaj is a extremely talented and creative soul with a lot of creative vision, we spent so much time comparing ideas and suggestions. Home cooks meals were plentiful and more importantly flavoursome and prepared with love by both Yao and Aaj (Yao’s Chicken and Omelette are worth the wait, and as an avid baker, I adored Aaj’s freshly baked chocolate bannana cake). I would have loved to have eaten much more especially hearing of Aaj’s amazing Ghanain speciality dishes, but I restricted myself due to a delicate stomach as a result of a meal I ate whilst in Accra. (One of many reasons i’ll be back is too sample Aaj's food) The tranquility extends to the guest house with its rustic charm infused with african decor throughout, it was truly a relaxing environment home away from home. I had the entire house to myself and the top floor room with charming room and ensuite shower which opens onto the stunning wrap around terrace. When I first arrived I was literally in awe, the view from the terrace was breathtaking you are literally surrounded by a 360 degree view of trees, lush greenary and view of the mountains (even though it was slightly masked by haze for by Hamanatt season, on a clear day i’m told you can see the skyline from Accra/Tema) I only stayed 2 nights but I managed to do the two main things on my list with the help of my hosts who kindly accompanied me first to Aburi Botanical Park passing first through Aburi town so I could see its history, reminiscent of its colonial past and its development. Yao’s engaging friend who has experience in botany and agriculture also came along and was very relaxed, pleasant and informative. Then off to Aburi craft market; although as it was a Sunday early afternoon, it was surprisingly quiet and most of the shops were closed but I still managed to grab a few nice gifts. I appreciate Yao’s patience whilst I looked around and Aaj especially, helping me haggle the prices to get some good bargains (as a designer i’m can be a bit lenient when i see the craftsmanship gone into the pieces, I need to embrace my Ghanaian bartering side:). We also had a delicious meal at Hillburi Lodge part of the resort with its breathtaking views. Although I spent quite a bit of time with the family, I did take in some quiet relaxing moments on the guest terrace, it was such a tranquil experience laying on the hammock and being soothed by the sounds of crickets as I read my book (well tried, the hammock gently rocks you to sleep). I cannot recommend the Tree House enough for a tranquil stopover and Aaj and Yao as lovely hosts. Their two boys Ian and William were so lovely, well mannered and utterly adorable, they just got on with things unfazed as they would normally helping to set the table, prepare the room etc I really did feel welcome and can’t thank you enough for my short but very sweet stay. I so look forward to the ideas we discussed coming to fruition in addition to you developing the experiences you already provide, as the Tree House and it’s location really lends itself well to different activities. I will definitely be back end of the year, this will be my go to place from now on whenever I visit Ghana and want a tranquil escape, not to mention I will coming back to visit two genuine people I now class as friends/family :)”
The home is situated near the banks of one of the most beautiful water bodies; the famous Volta River in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The home is close to several great attractions like the Adomi Bridge, The Royal Senchi resort, Sajuna resort, Akwamufie palace, Akosombo Dam, Somanya Beadmaking factories, amongst others. It is about 90 minutes drive from the capital city Accra. It is a great spot to rest from the hustle and bustle of the city. The host has a van and a car that could be rented.
“Now, reading the other reviews, you may be left thinking "wow, is this place really as wonderful as people make it out to be?" And the answer is yes. Yes the A/C is that powerful. Circulation overall in the house is quite great. The house is gorgeous, with all the amenities. In addition, Nana really is the best AirBnB host that I have had the good fortune of encountering. I was traveling by myself, and she made sure that I was picked up safely from my bus location. When I got to the house, she provided me with a quick meal since I had been traveling for a good part of the day. The next day she provided me with my favorite meal, hausa koko, which I had mentioned in passing the night before. She provided me with many tips for where to visit in the area, as well as a really kind man who showed me around the Akosombo Dam. For every night that I happened to be home before dinner time, she provided me with a hot meal. I knew then that if I were ever in the area, I would make sure to book with her. Book a place with her. You won't regret it.”