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Ankobrah Beach Resort – Axim Getaways Part 1 — ZUBZZ.COM

The land is big, but there are only 20 chalets on-site. I think that’s to make sure the peaceful/serene vibe is maintained – probably wouldn’t be if it was overcrowded. 

Prices for the chalets/bungalows are categorised under Off Season (Normal days) and Peak Season (Public/National/Global Holidays). 

Off Season

  • Executive Chalet (2-3 Guests, 1 Double Bed) – €129

  • Executive Family Chalet (2-6 Guests, 2 Double Beds) – €169

  • Deluxe Room (1-2 Guests, 1 Double Bed) – €95

  • Deluxe Twin (2-4 Guests, 4 Single Beds) – €95

  • Eco-Rooms (Single, Double or Triple beds. No bathroom ensuite. No AC) – €33

Peak Season

  • Executive Chalet (2-3 Guests, 1 Double Bed) – €169

  • Executive Family Chalet (2-6 Guests, 2 Double Beds) – €223

  • Deluxe Room (1-2 Guests, 1 Double Bed) – €125

  • Deluxe Twin (2-4 Guests, 4 Single Beds) – €125

  • Eco-Rooms (Single, Double or Triple beds. No bathroom ensuite. No AC) – €33

Bookings for 4-6 days attract a 10% discount and 7+ days a 20% one. Applies to all rooms except Eco-Rooms which have a fixed discount of €3 for 4-6 days and €6 for 7+ days.

All rooms prices include the 17.5% tax but exclude the 1% tourist tax.

I didn’t get pictures of the other rooms because the place was almost fully booked meaning each room was occupied but they all have pretty much the same look. The main difference here is the room size/space.

I got a Deluxe Room which was really nice. Definitely worth noting the room was really clean. The decor theme was Ghanaian – so mostly stone, African print curtains, rafia lamps and the works. The room wasn’t very well lit even during the day – there wasn’t enough artificial light and the windows didn’t let much light in either. Super comfortable mattress though – I slept really well. The room came with a fridge (which unfortunately wasn’t working properly) and a desk. Toiletries provided were very very limited, there was only a bar of locally-made soap and towels. It would be in your own interest to bring your own.

There is wifi available and it worked just okay outside but it barely worked in-doors. My network too was almost non-existent in the room too. Turns out there’s dumsor even in those parts because the lights went out twice but that was handled pretty fast (I don’t know if they came back on or they have an alternative power source for such situations)

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