Perched on a high natural balcony providing a lammergeyer's-eye view, the stone-walled Goha has the highest perch in all the land. The pool terrace and the bar are the best vantage points, but sadly the rooms, which are overpriced and rather simple, are set back among the trees. If you don't spend much time in your room, it's a good choice.
There's a small children's playground.
Each room at Goha Hotel features traditional decor and a seating area. It is equipped with a telephone and a writing desk, and the private bathrooms are fitted with a shower.
The restaurant at Goha Hotel serves traditional Ethiopian meals as well as European cuisine, and frequently features live entertainment, with traditional music and dance.
Guests can relax at the pool or on the terrace. The property has a gift shop and a business centre on site, and meeting and banquet facilities are also available.
Lake Tana is within 70 km of Goha Hotel, while the Royal Enclosure is a 10-minute drive away from the property.