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We stayed for a week in Aug 16, a room on the 3rd floor at the back of the house, large room with queen sized bed, plenty of storage, TV and air con and ceiling fan (both needed in August in New York)
We stayed at Efuru Guest House for 11 days from 28 May to 9 June.
We stayed on the third floor in a queen size bed room. The room was large with queen size bed, cupboard, television, air conditioner, table with 2 chairs. The room...More
I stayed 4 nights at Efuru Guest House. It offers rooms with shared bathroom and kitchen in a 3 floor house (it seemed to me that there was two rooms per floor in 2 floors).
The room was quite large, with a king size bed,...More
we stayed 10 days at Efuru and we have appreciated a lot the studio.
we stayed in a nice and quite studio at the ground floor with an access to the backyard. When it's sunny you can easily eat outside.
The private kitchen was fine....More
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