This is a great place for anyone visiting Accra, especially for business travel or for work at the University of Ghana in Legon. The place is comfortably furnished, has three separate bedrooms and two bathrooms, and includes amenities like dishes and cooking equipment if you don't want to eat out all the time. There is a private refrigerator, as well. The house lies within a secure compound with a 24-hour guard posted at the gate, and the caretaker, Charles, lives on site. He is always available to help direct you around Accra, to find you taxis, and to make your stay more comfortable.
The location is convenient for the University of Ghana at Legon and for most of the Legon area in Accra. Just keep in mind that this is largely a residential area, so there is little in the way of nightlife and dining options within walking distance of the house. Instead, you'll probably end up taking taxis to other parts of Accra if you want to find restaurants, bars, etc. That said, Elizabeth is happy to help you find groceries if you wish to cook most of your meals at home. Taxis are easily available at the main road, and you can get to several popular parts of Accra for 30 cedis or less. Getting to the university is easy, too: There is a footpath through the botanical gardens that is pleasant and takes about 25–30 minutes, or you can take a quick cab for about 10–15 cedis.
One other thing to keep in mind: This property offers free wifi Internet access, but it is through the local cell phone provider, Vodafone. That means that the Internet credit is paid by the gigabyte, so it may very well run out on you, and you'll have to ask Charles to top it back up. It's not a big deal, but keep this in mind if you're expecting to work very much from the place, doing (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) calls, etc. And if you expect to watch Netflix or download large files, the Internet will probably run out quickly, leaving you stranded until you can get more credit through Charles. In other words, be judicious in your data usage if you have crucial stuff you need to get done online while you're here.
Over all, this is a great home base for a stay in Accra, especially for people who will be focusing their visit in Legon and the university. Many thanks to Elizabeth, Charles, and Francis for a great stay!