Brand to new to the accommodation option for Wete, is an upscale Bed and Breakfast house, Sharook Riviera Grand Lodge. It is an expansion to the existing Sharook Guesthouse that offers more rooms and more comforts in a brand new building. There are 8 rooms to choose from with Double, Dorm and Single rooms to choose from. Hot water is available throughout the house.

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With communal social spaces and television provided, along with a great kitchen, this guesthouse is set to bring a great deal more reasons to make your stay in Wete. As the guest house expands in the future, it will include a restaurant on the roof, where visitors can take in the glorious sunset over the Pemba Channel. Meals are on offer for lunch and dinner, deliciously prepared fresh according to the pre-arranged needs and request of guests.

All rooms have ceiling fans and air conditions, and they are kept immaculately clean. Mosquito nets are always provided and the house regularly controled for mosquitos. All food is prepared fresh on site by a skilled local cook and very well priced. Juice, water and cooldrink can be sold at any time.

Like the Sharook Bed and Breakfast, the Sharook Riviera Grand Lodge is run by Mr Sharook and his brother Ismail. Their service is known around the world as being exceptionally good, friendly and accommodating to every reasonable request. Everyone that makes port at Wete knows to ask for Mr. Sharook's accommodation as the best option for stay. Groups are welcomed as well as single travellers.

They are happy to provide you with guides to assist your travels, arrange transport and excursions, collect you from and take you to the airport and whatever else you may need. Fully committed to developing tourism to Pemba and Wete, you can count on Sharook Riviera Grand Lodge for a fantastic Pemba holiday experience.

Should you have any additional enquiries, please click on the BOOKING TAB for contact with Sharook and Sharook Riviera Grand Lodge Guesthouses.