This place was amazing, staying close to nature but still have lovely room. Aircon was left on so the room eas cool upon arrival. It is probably the best view I have ever had. You can see the sun rise beyond the river from the bed, literally.
Loved the outdoor shower, could really cool down out there during a shower.
The owner was very kind and ensured we got on the right bus to our next destination
If I were in the area again, i would definately stay here again.
Make sure you check out all the temples!
When you visit!
Thank you so much!
I loved this place!! It is simplistic, peaceful & serene.
Ask for the riverside room. It’s so worth it!!
The staff were friendly and welcoming, despite language barrier.
I loved the sounds of nature, the open bathroom area, river with water lizards!!
If looking for a simple getaway, this place is perfect.. I could live & die here!
I loved to come back and sad to be leaving!
The sweetest thing was when they cleaned the room and remade bed in between nights, they placed my sons teddy in it’s place against the bed where he left it!
You can plant a tree in their driveway even without them knowing it. My morning checking out, I was left all alone at their reception area fronting the river - privacy. At first, I thought I did be served breakfast as the lone staff was cooking up fried eggs in the kitchen stirring up an aromatic storm which fueled my morning hunger. Then I saw her consuming the egg by herself and left. That was when I realized no breakfast was served in this resort, except for the table with coffee, bread and butter for me to help myself. The previous night’s sleep in what I would perceive as a very boutique styled rooms was extremely agreeable with the price. It had a generous view of the river up front for the room was glass facet on its entire front. The bed sheets were rather starchy, but I was too tired to bother. The open air toilet was interesting and every corner of the unit was tinted with modernity and a designer’s touch. I could tell this was not one of those “let’s set up some sheds and call it a resort” establishment. The little disappointment I had was that it was no businessman hotel. There was no working table in the room. The toilet did offer some possibilities of spreading out my notebooks on a raised platform with the toilet seat as my chair but I could live a night without catching up emails and such. Not too bad at all, and worth it.