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Agoo Hostel private triple bed room - Kumasi

Private room in hostel hosted by Helen
3 guests1 bedroom3 beds1 shared bathroom
Wifi
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Experienced host
Helen has 32 reviews for other places.
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Arrive to a great welcome from our friendly staff. Enjoy safe, clean, city-center accommodation. Spacious dorms or cosy private bedrooms. Wake up to freshly made, free breakfast. Stay connected with free Wi-fi. With plenty of communal areas and garden spaces, you can chat to other guests or work. Shared showerrooms have hot water. Bedrooms come with AC, fresh linen and towels, lockers and some have ceiling fans. Eco-friendly we work with our local community on social and environmental projects.

The space
Bright, airy dorms and bedrooms with lots of closet space with room to relax and feel at ease. Decorated with colourful local cotton prints - it has to be Accra.

Guest access
All of our guests have full access to the communal kitchen, living and dining areas as well as the garden and deck with view of neighbourhood.

Other things to note
Our rooms are cleaned every day and beds are made up with fresh sheet every 3 days.
Arrive to a great welcome from our friendly staff. Enjoy safe, clean, city-center accommodation. Spacious dorms or cosy private bedrooms. Wake up to freshly made, free breakfast. Stay connected with free Wi-fi. With plenty of communal areas and garden spaces, you can chat to other guests or work. Shared showerrooms have hot water. Bedrooms come with AC, fresh linen and towels, lockers and some have ceiling fans. Eco-… read more

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 single bed, 1 bunk bed

Amenities

Wifi
Kitchen
Free parking on premises
TV
Iron
Hair dryer
First aid kit
Essentials
Fire extinguisher
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Location

Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana

Our neighbourhood is a microcosim of Accra - rich and poor, residential and commercial, Christian and Muslim. The family home of the current president of Ghana is in the next block, and yet we live half a mile from Nima market. Nima Police Station is close by. The local carpenter makes furniture at the end of the road and women cook food on the sidewalks, while the offices of The Daily Guide newspaper are located on our street. Sunday mornings are full of hymn singing in a local church, while we often hear the call to prayer of the muezzin. Our garden and hostel feels like a haven from the city's hustle and bustle, and rumble of traffic that speeds by of Ring Road Central, a couple of blocks away.
Our neighbourhood is a microcosim of Accra - rich and poor, residential and commercial, Christian and Muslim. The family home of the current president of Ghana is in the next block, and yet we live half a mile…

Hosted by Helen

Joined in May 2014
  • 33 Reviews
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I am the owner of Agoo Hostel. I was born in Kumasi around the time of Ghana's Independence, but at the age of 6 my parents moved back to UK and we lived in Edinburgh in Scotland. I spent my school and university years there, but always hankered to come back. I have worked as a lawyer in Scotland, England and Bermuda. When I finally returned for a visit to Ghana about 20 years ago, the country got under my skin and I spent as much time as I could coming back for visits. Eventually I combined my love of Ghana and hospitality, when I opened Agoo Hostel about 5 years ago. I've been in Accra now for nearly 18 months permanently. At Agoo Hostel the team aims always to provide great customer service and ensure that our guests feel well-looked after. I love colour and it's one of the blessings in Ghana that it's everywhere you look. The hostel also provides a great social settling, where people from all over the world can meet, chat and exchange their stories. Our hostel facilities are aimed at giving our guests access to electricity, water and decent WiFi with as much reliability as possible in Ghana.
I am the owner of Agoo Hostel. I was born in Kumasi around the time of Ghana's Independence, but at the age of 6 my parents moved back to UK and we lived in Edinburgh in Scotland.…
During your stay
Our staff are on hand to chat to you about life in Accra and Ghana. They will be able to give you tips on where to go and how to find your way around. We also offer orientation tours of our neighbourhood and central Accra.
  • Languages: English, Français, Deutsch, Español
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