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Kep Lodge

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What we say: 4.5 stars

Swiss-Khmer owned Kep Lodge is one of Kep's secret hideaways. Set the farthest from the beach, Kep Lodge is on a rise backing onto the National Park and enjoys spectacular views out across the surrounds and over the bay to Bokor. The accommodation is only ten rooms in two flavours: solid and very spacious wooden duplex bungalows and a handful of concrete chalet-style bungalows. The latter are slightly better positioned, but all enjoy terrific views. The rooms are very clean and well looked after, with spacious bathrooms, in a lush and private setting. The Lodge also has a large restaurant with a mix of Khmer and Western food (along with some Swiss specialities like schnitzel and fondue) that gets rave reviews. To keep you occupied, there's a pool table and a comfortable upstairs lounge with great views to the sea. A small kidney-shaped salt water pool is the perfect place to sit on a lounger and sip a cocktail. Many expats must agree because it can be tough to get a room -- book ahead if you're headed to Kep for a holiday weekend. It's a great place -- well suited to a sleepy few days in the company of friends or a couple of books. The walk into Kep is a bit far -- figure on around 30 minutes -- but chances are you won't need to stray far too often. Free WiFi throughout and there's a laptop for use in the restaurant. A little unexpectedly, bills are subject to a 5% service charge, so be sure you're not down to your last dollar when you come to settle up!

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Pepper St, Kep.  T: (092) 435 330 
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What we were quoted

Type of room Low season High season Notes
Deluxe bungalow 50 USD 60 USD $10 more with 1 queen bed and 1 single bed
Bungalow fan private b'room 28 USD 33 USD
Bungalow air-con private b'room 37 USD 42 USD

Added to Travelfish on: 18th October, 2007
Last visited or updated on: 5th May, 2014

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Abigail has been stoned by villagers in India, become an honorary Kenyan tribeswoman, sweet talked border guards and had close encounters with black mambas. Her motto is: “Live to tell the tale.”
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Kep Lodge
Pepper St, Kep. 
T: (092) 435 330

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