Accommodation is quite good for a budget stay. Rooms are spartan, but designed to have at least things that can get damp as possible. However, since they are placed next to rice paddies and the forest, with a big garden, expect possibility that rooms get damp (especially bathrooms). We were there at the end of rainy season, with frequent showers during the day, so it was hard to avoid musty smell. We got rooms changed, and second room was much better, and aired.
Power plug adapters came with each room, mosquito repellent coils as well.
There is a big terrace in front of the rooms, and cozy stone benches and tables in the garden.
Location and view is excellent, a bit away from the main road. I recommend bicycles for getting around the village and the archeological sites.
Breakfast is good and and plentiful, with lots of fruits, although a price was a bit steep. However, it pays off...
Owners were even too helpful, sometimes even more than we required (we asked for a knife to slice fruit, they insisted to do it for us, and brought everything arranged on a platter). We arrived after midnight, but they picked us up from the train station for no extra charge.
They provided plenty of information and help with further transport, bike rent etc...
Altogether, good value.
Quality of rooms varies a lot. Ask for a newer room, and check bathroom. Management has no problem w...
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