Tucked away in the hills above Nago, this place is a bit hard to find but, worth every minute of the search. Plan to spend a few hours, if you want the total experience and don't forget to bring along a camera, good walking shoes and an empty stomach. Prices are reasonably low, the food is delicious and the staff, friendly and efficient. My recommendation, is to eat first. Then, tour the entire esyablishment. Walk around outside and see all the old traditional style buildings. Then hike on up the hilside to see gardens and waterfalls. I thoruoghly enjoyed my first visit and will be going back again.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.