Such a beautiful place but you can do better. I lived in Ghana in the 70s and have traveled around most of West Africa as well as many other parts of the world. I hoped to enjoy a few weeks in Western Ghana this year with Ezile Bay Village (EBV) being the high point. A beautiful beach, nice restaurant and good weather, total solar eclipse, all seemed to add up to a week in paradise. However on my first night I was robbed in my room by two men carrying knives and cutlasses. The security guards I had spoken with ten minutes before were no where to be found. The robbers knew me by name which is curious as only the EBV employees knew who I was. Minutes before I was robbed one of the EVB employees closed the shutters to my room and latched them from the outside. As there are bars on the windows this was necessary except to contain what was to happen only minutes later inside.
Earlier in the day I wandered off the beach toward Akwidaa. A EBV employee came running after me and would not leave my side until we had returned to the restaurant. All the while looking over his shoulder as I looked for a place to gain cell phone reception. The message was clear: Do not travel alone along the paths between villages.
It is not uncommon to find things "gone missing" as a Ghanaian would say but it is unusual to be attacked by armed men. I would recommend avoiding Ezile Bay Village for now.