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Kan Daw village Near Sasana Yaunggyi Orphanage, Nyaungshwe 06081 Myanmar
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#2 of 36 Specialty lodging in Nyaungshwe
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A Little Eco Lodge is located just 2 km away from congested and touristic Nyaung Shwe, the gate of Inle Lake. It offers the spatial, natural and tranquil environment with the homey and traditional hospitality representing the famous Inthar. Perfect for nature lovers and tailor made tour programs and transport arrangement can be done upon request.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Yoga room
Free breakfast
Hiking
Horseback riding
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Parking
Wifi
Sauna
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Complimentary welcome drink
Table tennis
Car hire
Taxi service
Spa
Massage
Steam room
Baggage storage
Convenience store
Currency exchange
Executive lounge access
Mosquito net
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Desk
Housekeeping
Seating area
Sofa
Bottled water
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Clothes rack
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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HOTEL STYLE
Quaint
Great View
Languages Spoken
English, Burmese
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jlygbrown wrote a review Mar 2017
14 contributions7 helpful votes
Stayed with family here in January when there was an unexpected downpour of rain and the staff went over and above to make out stay supremely comfortable - including bringing our meals through the rain! I would highly recommend having at least one meal here - it's very affordable, home cooked, delicious local cuisine (a bit different from typical Myanmar food) with veggies picked from their garden. We also did the 'alternative boat tour' through the lodge and it was fantastic: the tour goes to the non-touristy parts of Inle lake where you basically have some very magical experiences and sites to yourself. Our only suggestion is perhaps bring a jacket - the lodge can get a little cold especially during the nights / rain and there didn't seem to be any heating around and the
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Date of stay: January 2017
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576lim wrote a review Mar 2017
18 contributions1 helpful vote
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Relaxing environment. Great food. Warm and friendly people. Local culture experiences. Perfect for bringing family or friends or just enjoy quiet time here away from city. Suggest stay for at least 2 nights to visit the Inle lake and Pindaya.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Gillian G wrote a review Mar 2017
London, United Kingdom7 contributions12 helpful votes
In February, we spent six enjoyable nights at the Little Eco Lodge, just outside the town of Nyaungshwe on Inle Lake. Kyaw Swar and his wife Mee Mee have created something outside the norm in Burma where home stays are still officially illegal and the eco movement is barely underway. The spare, lofty, six-room chalet in the middle of an organic farm offers a refreshing experience of Shan rural life (complete with crowing cocks), tempered by city comforts such as decent beds and indoor plumbing. The establishment appeal to hikers exploring the Shan hills, but also caters to sedentary sorts seeking relief from the traffic and pollution of urban centres. The kitchen employs homegrown and local ingredients to create some of the tastiest meals we ate in Burma: pumpkin soup, tofu and
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Date of stay: February 2017
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EuroAnthony wrote a review Mar 2017
Southampton, United Kingdom9 contributions2 helpful votes
We found this gem of a place on the internet before we left to visit Myanmar. It was constructed during 2016 and opened as a guest house at the end of 2016. it is run by a delightful and lovely family. The main owner and his wife are on the website, but the owner's sister also assists and cooks the breakfast and dinner. The guesthouse has just five rooms. The guest house tries to produce its own heated water and to an extent electricity. They use local produce, growing as much of their own vegetables and herbs as they can. They are beginning to produce other products that the local area is famous for. The owner also works with other socially responsible enterprises locally including the heritage house and assists organisations to help employ local people. We enjoyed a massage
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Date of stay: February 2017
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bethlaAust wrote a review Mar 2017
Enmore, Australia15 contributions1 helpful vote
A wonderful retreat after busy days trekking, exploring Nyaung Shwe and Boating on Inle Lake. We enjoyed the cool breeze and relaxing on the verandah before dinner. The home cooked meals are exceptional, we chose to eat in as often as we could. A special thank you for sharing some Shan cooking techniques.
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Date of stay: February 2017
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PRICE RANGE
$35 - $50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
MyanmarShan StateNyaungshwe
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
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