Quiet locale, tasty restaurant
What we say:
Opened in November 2008, this six-room Khmer-style villa offers all the amenities of its more stylish and more expensive counterparts in the centre of town, with hot water, air-con, and TVs with DVD players. Though rooms are simple, they're comfortable and bright, with two big windows and light tiled floors. There's a lounge area with free tea and coffee. The building is very private and set back from the road, so it's sure to be the quietest place in town that's still a short walk to the main business district. Its most notable feature is its menu, featuring wood-fired pizza done perfectly right.
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Contact details:South of town, on the road near the Governor's Mansion. T: (012) 504 769
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||20 USD||20 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 27th August, 2009
Last visited or updated on: 26th August, 2009
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Rated 4.5 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Slice of heaven
Quiet, cozy, clean joint close to the river in Kampot. Ben has baked a ton of character into his guesthouse and his wood fired pizza is probably the best we've had in the months we've spent travelling thru Asia. Absolutely wonderful place for children; our 2 yr old had the run of the place.
Mea Culpa reviewed by aejae212 (Total reviews: 4) on
A real find!
Lovely peaceful guest-house and excellent service. Beautifully decorated rooms, comfy beds - lots of nice touches like free tea and coffee and chilled water and DVD player .... and really great pizzas from a wood-fired oven. wish we'd been able to stay longer!
Mea Culpa reviewed by DJguapa (Total reviews: 2) on
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