The beach here is just stunning....it is like being in the Caribbean! Long white sandy beaches and clean, warm water. We were there in rainy season and everywhere is damp. This is not exclusive to this property...with 90% humidity it is impossible to keep things dry.
The rooms were lovely and fresh with functioning AC, hot water and multi-channel TV. Very western standard and western price at $140 a night. You must remember this is a very underdeveloped country and so the cost to get supplies and maintain a relatively high standard is very high.
The food was delicious though the menu is limited to whatever is caught on the day. We found it best not to look at the menu and simply ask the friendly waiter what he recommended for dinner! It takes a while to cook it up so it might be best to order before starvation sets in! What we did eat was lovely and so so fresh.
As we were there off season, the resort was quiet. The manager (English guy) sent over a complimentary bottle of wine and dessert to my friend and I which was a lovely touch.
The staff were very attentive and helpful and you really get the impression the whole of Tokeh is just one big family trying to get back on their feet after years of war. Don't give out about the prices...you'd pay a lot more for a room and fresh fish in the Caribbean. Tokeh is trying to re-establish itself as a top class tourist destination and really is a little piece of paradise just an hour from the bustle of Freetown.