"Welcome to Stumble Inn, Elmina, Ghana. At the moment we're the Central Region's best kept secret, but that's all about to change! Stumble Inn is a travellers rest in an idyllic beach front location - somewhere you can get away from it all and just be. It's a place you can visit for a few days, a base from which you can explore the best of what the Central Region has to offer, or if you're here as part of our ethical volunteer programme it will become your home from home - one with a beach, palm trees and even a whalebone!"

Inside Stumble
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Monday, 28 June 2010 21:04

You may have seen the pictures of our beach huts, but now we've got some photos of the insides. The huts are all en-suite, some with an open air bathroom, perfect with the Ghanaian climate! The toilets are self composting, whilst we have a good supply of water through our well, four tanks, and a mains supply. The huts themselves have a double bed, with a mosquito net, a couple of locally made bamboo chairs, a table and some shelves. The huts have at least a couple of windows each, which is great for letting in the sea breeze, and ensuring the place doesn't get too hot!

The volunteer block has a few dormitories, with bunk beds, and storage space. There is a toilet and sower block behind this, with Western toilets.

Check out some more pictures below - click on them to enlarge and to start the slideshow!