The place was a challenge to find with our driver drove past it a couple of times . Arrived in the afternoon and offered a great lunch on arrival. On the subject of food it is all very good and very tasty local food. The accommodation is very basic but does the job, The only down side was no pressure at all in the shower, would have preferred a hose pipe to wash myself down after many hours of travel. The location is wonderful and very welcoming. Took some ABC stout for the head man and was very welcomed. It was so interesting to talk to the family about there lives and the history and the struggles in the Pol Pot years. Would have like to seen more of the school and the local places of work that never materialised, this was a bit of a disappointment. Walking around the rice field and the area was nice. Transport was arranged in a mini bus , this was very good and comfortable. Lucky the Dog never left our side for the stay.…
so a nice family at a very relaxing and inspiring place. i miss already the breakfast and the dinner from Linda as well as the deep talks with the guests there ;-) I will come back - next year :-) very recommended: have a nearby walk and explore the local village
What a wonderful set up to enjoy the village life, traditional Khmer food, and one of the nicest families anywhere. Host Linda was an amazing cook and guide, and her extended family is very kind and welcoming. The room was comfortable and the entire farm is very relaxing. It was nice that mountain bikes are available to explore neighboring rice fields and villages. Best of all, the prices were incredible reasonable. We look forward to returning soon!
To begin with, this is a family run business that takes you back in time and is off "the beaten path" yet it still provides wifi and modern bathrooms. They incorporate natural agricultural practices with there own chickens, beef, rice, coconuts and herbs to mention a few. My wife and I travel the world for work loathing the tour buses and cruise ships so this place is the antithesis of that. The Meas family is well known in the area as we found while riding there bicycles between the rice paddies; nothing but smiles and conversations with the locals. The food is wonderful and they supply three meals per day. The website doesn't even come close to doing this place justice and we highly recommend it. It was an honor and privilege to be guest of the Meas family.
Spent three nights at the Homestay. The owners are delightful. The price is extremely reasonable and includes all meals. Owners are Khmer. There is a weaving centre on the property that has to be seen. Lovely scarves. And the family also make soap and tea you can purchase. Linda is amazing, as is the whole family.