There is just the one guesthouse on Ko Sdach.
Classic Cambodian decorating has hit Duong Chai hard -- the building is a memorable lime green, a colour theme that vaguely seems to continue inside with green floor tiles, towels or shower curtains in some rooms. Nonetheless, with four twin rooms and six double rooms, all ensuite, the rooms are easily nicer than the other local offering over at Meanchey Guesthouse. Our moto driver definitively... Read our full review of Duong Chai Guesthouse.
The Koh Sdach Meanchey Guest House (the signs mostly just read Mean Chey Guesthouse) is one of two Cambodian-run guesthouses on the island. It has two sets of bungalows -- small, windowless wooden affairs by the karaoke bar and water, and baby blue concrete cinderblocks up on the hill, almost out of earshot of the karaoke. We strongly recommend the blue houses on the hill over the wooden... Read our full review of Koh Sdach Meanchey Guest House.
We're giving Belinda Beach Lovely Resort three out of ten and those three points are won on the merit of: 1) having a lovely private beach with sun loungers and hammocks; 2) having green landscaped gardens on the hillside with views out over the sea; and 3) boasting creative cooking by one of the owners, Benny, who plays both host and chef cooking up a three-course set menu dinner (there's no a... Read our full review of Belinda Beach Lovely Resort.
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