This Guinean-Welsh run place on the edge of town is the exception to Pita's otherwise grotty offering of hotels. Pretty pink rooms have a pleasingly twee look and feel to them, and are set around a large courtyard. There's hot water and 24hr electricity. Yes, you read that right! Solar panels in the garden ensure its operation (after a while in Guinea you'll understand how wonderful that is!).
The garden is full of vegetables and fruits, and the bar-restaurant with its plastic flowers on the table tops is a nice place to eat (mains around GFr70,000-100,000).