Visit for more information Easily accessible from Gauteng, the Coach House Hotel & Spa offers world-class hospitality and luxurious comfort in one of South Africa’s most tranquil settings.Internationally known as one of Africa’s leading country hotels, this gracious estate is situated on 560 hectares in the lush sub-tropical Letaba district of Limpopo.This one didn’t take long to understand and did not require the help of my Twi professor.The word oburoni (oh-bro-nee) is the term for anyone from outside of Africa, or in other words, a white person.Superior hospitality together with seamless service to ensure an unforgettable experience.Situated on a 72 hectare farm just 19 km outside of Rustenburg, on the Koster Road, a mere 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Jo’burg & 30min drive from Sun City.Nestled atop a ridge, the retreat offers dramatic panoramic views of the Letsitele Valley, and Drakensberg Mountain Range.This historic country retreat offers guests old-world service and charm, rejuvenating spa treatments, award-winning cuisine, and its famed on-site nougat factory.
The Romance Suite offers guests a queen sized canopy bed, decorative fireplace and private bath with double sized shower.
The room offered comfortable accommodation with air conditioning, satellite TV and access to the pool.
The staff at Akwaaba Lodge and our guide Biggie, were set on providing us with memorable experiences and they succeeded.
In Legon, the most common language apart from English is Twi. I realize that I so rudely forgot to include this statement in my first entry, so please, you are welcome…akwaaba! I personally enjoyed receiving my Ghanaian name so I would like you all to join me and discover your own.
Now that classes are (for the most part) up and running, I can confidently say about three phrases in Twi. Next, I’ve learned the common exchange: How are you? Each day of the week has a male and female name associated with it.
The Coach House Hotel & Spa offers world-class hospitality combined with luxurious comfort in one of South Africa’s most tranquil settings.