Isolated but pretty
The cheapest huts at this isolated resort are 500B.
For this price you can stay at new bamboo bungalows on stilts in the jungle, which have sea views but require a fair walk down a sometimes muddy hill in the jungle to get to the restaurant -- a bit difficult at night. For the same price you can stay in the oldest and least comfortable bungalows on the beach. The newer bungalows with beach access are 900B. They are not very luxurious and could do with a lick of paint but they are comfortable and spacious enough inside with plenty of furniture, and each has a nice balcony. One of the 900B huts is the The Fisherman's Hut, a bamboo bungalow set a little apart from the others over the rocks at the end of the bay and a good place to play Robinson Crusoe in comfort. There's a large balcony right over the sea and a lovely view of the whole beach. Unless you are the only guest there it's likely to be occupied as it's the most popular bungalow in the resort. The restaurant has a very limited menu but guests who want something special can order it the day before and the staff will go and fetch the ingredients. Food and drink prices are a tad high but it is in an isolated spot.
Last updated on 28th December, 2011.