Looking for a place to stay in Kumasi? Then look no further than Four Villages Inn, a romantic bed and breakfast that brings the best of Kumasi to your doorstep.
Four Villages Inn is a romantic bed and breakfast offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Kumasi. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Kumasi's popular Italian restaurants such as Momo's Pool Bar, The Pitch Sports Bar, and L'Italy Ice Cream & Restaurant, all a short distance from Four Villages Inn.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Four Villages Inn as you experience everything Kumasi has to offer.
I stayed here ten nights and would recommend Four Villages to anyone staying in Kumasi. I normally don't stay in B &B's, but Four Villages was like a home away from home. The host was more like a friend than a host, very accommodating and an excellent source of knowledge about the local area. The room was comfortable, the staff was great, i felt secure, and the whole experience was what a vacation is about, to relax. No doubt this is where I will stay on my next visit to Kumasi.
This former private mansion is now a quiet hotel with only four rooms and a huge common area. Its interior seems to date from the 60s or 70s, but is very well maintained and equipped. Frank, the owner, is a top guy and helps wherever he can. The breakfast is stunning and comes with real coffee, milk and butter apart from the fresh fruit salad and tasty omelette. Definitely a go-to if one’s looking for a relaxing place in busy Kumasi!
Nice room and terrace , excellent breakfast and people very kind. Very good quality price relationship. We did a funny tour with Frank by the craft villages and the butterfly sanctuary. Frank is welcome in all the villages. Next day, we visited Kejetia market with the woman who Frank recommended, Comfort. It is an unforgettable experience.
Frank, Charity, and the rest of the Four Villages Inn staff took such good care of me. The rooms were comfortable, spacious, and decorated with local items. The breakfast was a home-cooked meal, and the conversation was priceless. I felt at home the entire stay.
While Four Villages Inn advertises itself as an Inn, the atmosphere and friendliness is more like that of a B&B with the owners being on site to greet you and to prepare your all-inclusive breakfast. No central-desk checkin. Simply Frank or his mother, Charity, bringing their Ghanaian-Canadian experience back home to Kumasi and creating a most relaxing environment. The house has been tastefully decorated. Their 4 rooms are very large with large bathrooms. Controllable air conditioning in every room. A small fridge with soft drinks and beers ... lots of room for your own beverages. Breakfast in the morning is substantial and very varied from day-to-day. Lots of brewed coffee (not the instant stuff that you get in many places) or tea in the morning. Toast and jams. Fresh fruit. And their own Four Villages Inn beef and pork sausages. Served around a very large dining room table in a large dining room. (Charity trained and worked as a chef in Canada.) DVDs are available to play in your room. Or simply pick up a book from the book exchange and read it before you go to bed. Four Villages offers tours to the various tourist sites in and around Kumasi at reasonable prices. You can take their standard tours, or you can discuss what you'd like to see in particular and they'll make it happen. (We did this by adding Prempeh II Jubilee Museum and the Manhyia Palace at the end of our tour of the Kejetia Central Market.) We did a 4-hour walking tour of the Kejetia Central Market offered by Comfort (one of their staff), and a one-day driving tour offered by Frank to see the wood carvers at work, Adinkra cloth, Kente Cloth and a Cocoa bean plantation, plus several other sites along the way. To see Kente cloth being made by the weavers is something to see. These are all offered at reasonable prices. Four Villages advertises itself as being 15 minutes from downtown (a bit longer in rush-hour traffic). At the time of our visit, the road in front of the B&B was being rebuilt. In spite of this construction, we were able to get to an Indian restaurant (at Frank's recommendation) about 10 minutes away. Due to the construction work, we went one evening to the restaurant on top of a 5-storey building only a block away. Another evening we went Ghanaian and tried the small restaurant across the street. (Be aware this restaurant offers only Ghanaian dishes loaded with lots of spice. The owners were a bit surprised to see the obroni in their establishment, even warning us they didn't serve western-style food.) Our 3 nights at Four Villages Inn, along with the tours offered by them gave us a most pleasant stay in Kumasi.…
This is a large house with all the accommodations of home. Book exchange offers a wide variety to choose from. Breakfast included, too. I highly recommend it whenever you're in the area. Large pouch with plants and other African decor.
Great room, great breakfast, very friendly staff! I stayed here one night with my kids and we liked it so much that we came back through Kumasi and stayed here again. STRONGLY recommended! Make sure you have dinner at the restaurant next door with the view.
This B&B is a great place, that is artistically well decorated in a way that will make you feel at home, and very relaxed. The hosts Charity and Frank are Ghanian Canadians with a great passion to ensure that guests enjoy their stay. The place is also very clean, and has an excellent wifi, with a great breakfast. Highly recommend this place as I can’t wait to come back and stay at the Four villages on my next trip. Keep the great work Charity and Frank.
If you are in Kumasi, you should stay here. Frank and his wife were wonderful hosts. The hotel is very nice, clean and cozy. Walking distance to a couple of restaurants, although you should have dinner there at least one night. Delicious local, homemade food. Breakfast was amazing as well. Couldn't have asked for a better place to stay.
Four village is a very nice place with good and respectful stuffs. Comforts of visitors are there priority as well as your safety. Book in for your relaxation. I was booked by a tourist and that’s where they were logging in and the place was so siren to have relaxed mind