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I came to Ko-Sa after a week in Accra and it was a wonderful change of pace. I stayed in a room with a shared bathroom; the bathhouse area was clean and convenient. I was able to easily arrange day trips through the hotel, and...More
Came back for the beautiful location and the yummy pancakes with pineaple for breakfast, will now also come back for the amazing grilled red snapper ! A bit pricey if you are looking for cheap food, but you definitely get what you pay for. As...More
We had a double room (nice lodge with two single beds with mosquito nets) which was very comfortable and welcoming. The huts are very colorful and that looks really sweet! Of course there is also a ventilator.
We used the public washroom and we were...More
We stayed in several hotels and lodges in Ghana and El Mina, but Ko Sa is far the best. The rooms are basic, but that is what you pay for, you will sit on the beach with a nice cocktail anyway. Rather firm beds, warm...More
The day after arriving in Accra we drove 4 hours to Ko Sa with a very good driver provided by the resort. After months of dreary weather in UK we were so pleased to arrive at this lovely resort in scorching sunshine. 14 interestingly painted...More
Ko-Sa Beach Resort is an environmentally aware and restful resort built in natural surroundings, managed by Nol and Annelies van de Mast, located near the historical cities of Cape Coast and Elmina, Kakum National Park and on the beach next to the small fishing village of Ampenyi. Discover the unique ambience of traditional lodging combined with modern comfort. Be our guest in one of our comfortable rooms all along the sandy dream beach of Ghana.
Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
US$33 - US$35 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
The shared bathrooms are in a different building and are shared by the two different types of rooms that do not have private bathrooms. If I remember correctly there were three or four toilets and the same number of... More
The shared bathrooms are in a different building and are shared by the two different types of rooms that do not have private bathrooms. If I remember correctly there were three or four toilets and the same number of showers. They are all co-ed. They were clean but are quite a walk from some of the rooms. There was a single toilet nearby my room as well but that was small and did not have a shower.
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"Get one of the rooms where the door opens out to face the beach and the sea. The breeze will help keep you..."