Hostel | Addis Avenue, Pokuase Junction, Accra, Ghana 000
- Car Parking
- Self-catering Facilities
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Airport Pickup
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 14:00
Latest Check-out: 10:00
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|Private Rooms A private room is a room that is not shared with other people from the property – in other words, you book and pay for all the beds in the room. If you are traveling alone, for example, but want to book a double room, you must pay for two people in order to book the whole room.|
Apartment (2 bedroom)
Apartment (2 bedroom)
Apartment (2 bedroom)
About Legassi Gardens
For business travellers we arrange IT & secretarial services, foreign language translators and legal support services.
A 4x4 vehicle with driver is available for hire.
Choose the daily breakfast option, or contact us for details.
We have on-site internet access, a stand-by generator, and our own bore-hole water source.
Each apartment sleeps 1-4 and gives you:
* 2 bedrooms,
* Sitting area
* Shower room
* Kitchenette with fridge
* TV & fans
* Private patio
To make your stay interesting and challenging, we can arrange a variety of activities, including:
- Organic farming workshops
- Volunteering with an orphanage, environmental department, health facilities, or theatre and dance
- Tie & Dye workshops
- Yoga & Drumming / Dance for small groups, or just for you alone!
- Massage & beauty treatments
- Lessons in a local language
Please request these in advance, for reasonable fee
Airport pickup is free for guests staying for at least 7 nights, otherwise there is a small local charge. You will feel safer knowing that your host is collecting you on your arrival, particularly when arriving late at night. It is also more convenient having a car waiting for you, no matter what time your flight comes in.
The apartments have 2 bedrooms each (one single bunks/one double, two double) with sitting area, kitchenette, shower room, private patio and own front door. The kitchenette comes with basic cooking utensils and cutlery, fridge and cooker. There is a color TV in the sitting room, and fans.
Each apartment is attractively furnished, tiled throughout, and very comfortable.
As part of the 'responsible travel' network, we do not promote air-conditioning, and instead, the apartments have super-sized windows allowing the cool hill-side breeze to make the apartment feel airy.
The 'ital' vegetarian cafe is open for breakfast, snacks and meals. We make meals to order, and provide room service. You can sit with local customers and watch the cafe tv, or sit in the outside area and play a game of oware or draughts!
Just outside central Accra, our area is the traditional homeland of the Ga people, the custodians of the land in the capital city of Accra. If you come at festival times you can take part in exuberant dancing and celebrating with the local people, and enjoy the regalia of durbars honoring the local chiefs. There are also sacred shrines to the Ga people very near by.
We are also close to the historic town of Nsawam, famous for being the centre of coco production in colonial Ghana; it was once visited by the Prince of Wales, and has many historic buildings (in need of renovation). There is also the bustling Nsawam market, selling everything and more!
We are close to Aburi: home to Aburi Gardens, a beautiful botanical paradise created during the colonial era, with much involvement of the Caribbean missionaries who came (back) to Ghana in the mid 1800's to bring Christianity. In fact, the Aburi region has many churches and even wells built by this missionary community. Aburi also has the popular road-side wood carvers market, where you can find many bargains; and Rita Marley, widow of legend Bob Marley, and one of the I-Threes, lives here, with a recording studio.
We are also close to Achimota, which is along the motorway going into central Accra. In Achimota there is perhaps the largest completed bus station in Ghana, with transport going to all over the country. You can also play golf, visit the Forest Reserve and zoo, and do lots of local shopping in Achimota.