Mognori & Kokrobite

Peter writes: Re p 448 - ‘Mognori  Guesthouse’  does not exist as such, we stayed in a homestay. The emails and numbers you list are all incorrect. The only contact seems to be Mr Abukari,  who is the local school teacher  - (00233) 05499354406 ( The village seemed to be able to cope with people turning up … Continue reading Mognori & Kokrobite


Dizzy Lizzie’s, Kokrobite

  Lindsay Williams writes: Dizzy Lizzie's is small bar restaurant and hotel, owned and run by myself and my Ghanaian partner with a team of friendly staff, on the beach at Kokrobite. We are still in the process of developing but we have 2 rooms available at present with more to come. (Eventually 15 plus) They … Continue reading Dizzy Lizzie’s, Kokrobite

Big Milly’s, Kokrobite

Spencer writes: Just had another break at Big Milly's ( I love the place, it's a great place to chill. The rooms are clean and comfortable and nicely decorated in keeping with its ethnic and cultural surroundings. The grounds are also kept tidy and the recent addition of fresh plants and large painted pots have … Continue reading Big Milly’s, Kokrobite

Escape Lodges, Kokrobite

The owner of Escape Lodges Axel writes: I recently finished building two lovely holiday houses, called Escape Lodges, near Kokrobite. Each of the two sea-view villas has two bedrooms, living room, dining, kitchen, hall, terrace and roof terrace, AC, swimming pool Rate USD 130 per night per unit - one villa can easily be shared by 4 people It is … Continue reading Escape Lodges, Kokrobite

Surf school in Kokrobite

Kira writes: Mr Brights Surf School, which already operates in Busua, has just opened for business at Big Milly's at Kokrobite (on the edge of Accra). It offers surf lessons, surf tours & board rental at similar rates to the operation in Busua. See  Brett Davies, the UK owner, has years of surf experience & qualifications, and also heads … Continue reading Surf school in Kokrobite