About this listing
The fresh breeze mountain top house has 3 guest rooms with en suite bath rooms. Each room with a view of a garden or landscape with a common upstairs balcony.The mosquito free neighborhood, is home to Botanical garden, Biggest carvers market, Presidential villa, Asheasi university, Slave plantation.
Awesome accommodation. Our stay at Daniel and Zeta’s “Akwaaba” house was perfect for our needs during our 3-week-long adventure in Ghana. Their house provided an authentic Ghanaian living experience – which is what we wanted; not the prepackaged Western hotel experience. Daniel and his family are wonderful and we will surely revisit them in the future. Daniel arranged airport pickup and drop off for us which was a big relief. Our host was very helpful with travel arrangements, when asked, and he showed us the real Ghana of communities and nature.
Having a host family was also extremely comforting in more subtle ways, especially answering our questions on culture and customs. Daniel’s wife, Zeta, provided a wide variety of authentic, delicious, Ghanaian dishes for my sons and I, with or without pepper spice. She also prepared food that worked for my wife’s special diet and even packed food so eating would not be a problem for her on the road.
Daniel is a great host, open minded, interested in many aspect of a tourists and Ghana newcomer's life and very helping and caring.
I really appreciated his ability to understand me.
His wife is a great cook and you don't need an expensive hotel if you want to enjoy fresh fruits vegetables and ghanaian food in general,
About the Host, Daniel
Daniel owns an events decoration outfit called "Bezalel Designs" which works for Corporations like Stanbic bank, Novotel, UBA, government corporations like Graphic, GRA etc and numerous private functions. Works on international trade exhibitions for organizations like "fairtrade", Spanish fair, DGGEA at the ICC.Has been hosting Calvin Colleges semester abroad homestay at Adenkrebi since 2010. A true Presbyterian. Runs the NGO Norbua Cultural Foundation.