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Stayed here for one night after a visit to the traditional houses and reforestation project at Antoetra and Ifasy.
Lovely setting with a view over the valley and paddy fields. Buildings were in the style of traditional local houses with thatched roofs and wooden walls....More
We were a group of five ladies travelling south from Tana for a few days, 3 Aussies, a Canadian and an American. Spent two nights at the rustic but very beautiful Sous Le Soleil De Mada this week. As we headed out on the dusty...More
Thank Karrina M
Response from Cioce R, Gérant at Sous le Soleil de MadaResponded 31 July 2017
Wow Karrina, I cannot thank you enough for your lovely comments. I hope to see you all again. Roberto
This small bungalow park - all of the houses are built by a local carpenter from the village - is under new management since a couple of months.
The bungalows are small but cozy, and pitch black inside, unless the generator is running. Bring some...More
Response from Cioce R, Gérant at Sous le Soleil de MadaResponded 28 July 2017
Many thanks for your remarks, we will try to make the bungalows insulated in the near future. Roberto
The place is very nice, the location is just perfect in the middle of nowhere fully sourranded by nature.
Bungalow are nice and all wood crafted, respecting the local tradition! at nigh it may very cold but then during the day, beautiful blue sky will...More
Response from Cioce R, Gérant at Sous le Soleil de MadaResponded 15 June 2017
Thanks for your lovely comments. It would be great for us and the future travellers to know what exactly you meant about adjusting manners to tourist. Thanks for your opinion. Roberto
Very interesting nice rustic place to stay but difficult to rate. Lonley Planet says expect a warm welcome, but it you don't speak French you are pretty much left to yourself as the owner has no English. Pierre (the manager?), is most helpful and will...More