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I planned a trip to Takoradi for a nigh and booked to stay at another Beach Resort and somehow, my first booking cancelled on me and my Son and two other Friends we traveled with.
I was adamant about staying near the ocean so I...More
During our roundtrip in Ghana, we had expected to spend one night in Abuesi Beach Resort, but we ended up spending 4 nights because our stay was so pleasant.
The bungalow, we stayed in was large, light and had a good twinbed. From our back...More
Sam is the owner and is not afraid to do work he could easily have others do. This owner was cutting the grass today and had pieces all over him as he smiled for a picture. He owns the resort and much of the land...More
I absolutely love Abuesi Beach Resort. It has an amazing staff that bent over backwards to accommodate my wife and I on our honeymoon. It was quiet and peaceful. The food was fantastic and portions did not leave you hungry. The owner (Mr. Sam) is...More
Sam is a wonderful person, really keen on making you enjoy your stay. Value is fantastic. Rooms & grounds are simple but comfortable; generator will get you through dumsor. Food was delicious, especially the (complete) grilled fish. I was the only person staying at the...More
US$48 - US$50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Abuesi Beach Resort Ghana/Sekondi-Takoradi, Africa
I paid for a taxi. You could take public transport (tro-tro or bus) to the community near the resort and then take taxi from there, but this is a bit complicated. You could also contact the resort itself and see if they... More
I paid for a taxi. You could take public transport (tro-tro or bus) to the community near the resort and then take taxi from there, but this is a bit complicated. You could also contact the resort itself and see if they will arrange transportation for you at some fixed cost.
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"Challets close to the edge of the hill to get a great good morning view of the Bay."