We have 4 places to stay in and around Dieng Plateau.
You’ll have no trouble finding a place to sleep in Dieng, but best to lower your expectations. Dieng is chock-full with unexceptional and relatively pricey homestays, many that feel more like a cheap hotel than staying with a welcoming family, often with little to no English spoken. Sadly very few rooms take advantage of the terrific views. All the places we viewed offered warm bedding and hot showers, some with a set temperature only. Beware of rooms with potentially hazardous gas water heaters or gas bottles inside the sleeping area. Book ahead in the high season months of July and August and during festival times. In some more conservative digs, couples may be asked to prove their marital status, though this is less likely for Western couples.