Stayed two nights at the hostel/hotel attached to the cafe. It was very clean tidy and the rooms were set around a nice little courtyard. The dorm room was very spacious and had its own little bathroom with hot water (and free towels). Not a place to meet other travellers as there are no communal areas for guests, but you can hang out in the cafe (which has great wifi). Only negative was that the beds were very hard - the foam mattresses were too thin and it felt as though they weren't even there, just sleeping on the plywood base beneath. Ate only once at the cafe and the food was okay, though probably a bad idea to order Thai food in Honduras - the green curry was pretty bland, but the other food coming out of the kitchen looked good. Booked a tour with them (horse riding) and it was great, good value and the guide was very friendly. All in all a well run little cafe/hostel and I would recommend it.
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