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Koh Rong 18000 Cambodia
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#1 of 65 Specialty lodging in Koh Rong
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Lonely Beach is your unique opportunity to experience true beach life. We're situated in a remote bay in the North of Koh Rong, miles away from the party beach in the South. It is so remote, that you can reach us only by the Lonely Beach boat.
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Property amenities
Bar / lounge
Mosquito net
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Private balcony
Clothes rack
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Ocean view
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Languages Spoken
English, French, German
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Name wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom8 contributions
I am currently in quarantine at Lonely Beach. I escaped to the most isolated beach in Cambodia The bungalows are widely spread a way of each other So no danger of contamination. We are a few corona collateral victims stranded here waiting for a better future to keep on travelling. We are finally very lucky to have found this piece of paradise to spend the coming weeks in isolation of the civilisation The owners are very nice, and very helpful
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Date of stay: March 2020
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steveandjenUk wrote a review Feb 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom98 contributions30 helpful votes
We have just returned to the UK, but continue to miss the chilled setting that is lonely beach and the friendly permanent staff and the volunteers that made our 8 night stay so memorable. Our stay was planned over 6 months ago directly with Julia, who emphasised the type of resort we were coming to prior to our booking and the most appropriate accommodation for our needs. The boat across from Sihanoukville leaves at 2pm for Palm beach and takes over 2 hours and then you transfer to a smaller boat for the final 15 minutes journey to this wonderful location. Sihanoukville is currently a town planners nightmare as virtually every road is being dug up as the Chinese take over this area so it requires some planning to avoid staying a night there. Our accommodation was clean and had mosquito nets, but the real charm was the Cambodian cold showers. The accommodation was only 30 metres from the beach but it is immersed in the natural habitat and some creatures do visit or make noises. The actions of the staff appear to minimise the impact of sand flies at lonely beach as we only experienced these bites at a different location on Koh Rong, however bring plenty of mosi spray for dawn and dusk. The food was good and reasonably priced although given the location some items were not always available, but there was a nightly fish BBQ which was very tasty and provides a social environment for interaction with other guests from around the world. The evening beach bar was also a friendly place to meet other guests. We went on two organised snorkelling boat trips with Danny, which were great fun but there is also snorkelling available from the beach. There are also walks available and this was our big regret not bringing proper walking shoes in addition to flip flops for the beach location. A big thanks to everyone for our stay and for anyone wishing to try a eco resort we would wholly recommend.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Ishan Lee wrote a review Feb 2020
Pune, India15 contributions1 helpful vote
Jeff, Julia and Dany are the first familiar faces you encounter on arrival to the sunny white-sand and blue-water coastline of Lonely Beach. Just beyond the shade of palms, you arrive into this world designed to experience a space where humans coexist with nature. And it doesn’t take long before you start appreciating this space bare feet. It is carefree and lucid walking. It’s important to move around, explore a bit. There are little pockets of solitude hidden all around this mini-universe. Find a hammock, go for a swim, sit, read, listen to music, do as you must. Do not be afraid to walk down the extents of the beach, there are some hidden spots you can call your own! Mine was under the tree that leans over the water. There’s even a bench, it offers one of the best seats to the theatrical sunsets here. If you look, you’ll find it. Nothing artificial or too forceful installed, everything here is somehow so easy on the eyes. It’s easy to interact with people here too. There are no obligations but a good chat is always welcome. Better ones, however, happen only at the beach bar over drinks. Ask for an eco shot. There is a sense of familiarity here. From what I have experienced, my hosts weren’t entrepreneurs rolling in cash loads who happen to own this piece of paradise but are those travellers who always fondly appreciated the welcome they received on their personal travels. And it is this sense of family that they extend to everyone who sets foot on Lonely Beach at 1645hrs every day! Life at Lonely Beach is in fact within a world of its own. Four weeks are nearing to an end as I write this. My time here has been that of human interaction. People from all around and from all walks can be found sharing this piece of paradise. Lonely Beach becomes like home very soon. My time here is like the story of when I met a person who didn’t speak my tongue but we spoke about everything. All it took was to forget who we are but remember who we were.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Nis S wrote a review Jan 2020
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Spent 14 days here with kids aged two, six and eight - absolutely enjoyed every moment! Swimming, snorkling, building sand castels and relaxing on the long, magnificient beach. Fantastic sunsets. Bungalows are minimalistic but very well functioning and well kept. Bucket showers and solar power felt completely natural after just one day. Good daytrips to snorkeling spots and other parts of Koh Rong are offered. Restaurant has nice, varied food at reasonable prices. Run by lovely people that we left with an emotionel goodbye. Visit this remote pearl before it’s too late!!! /Nis S, Denmark
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
hk-trekker wrote a review Jan 2020
Hong Kong, China201 contributions126 helpful votes
Generally, I enjoyed my stay though the place has its drawback. Food and drinks are a bit overpriced and the food was not great. Bungalows are not right by the beach and are overpriced and come with lots of ants (at least mine was crawling with ants though the owners [Julia, in particular was awesome] were very concerned and helped to spray for it - thanks). French owners really ripped me off with their "private boat transfer" and then after dropping me off, they uploaded several guests though I paid very expensive for the entire boat trip as a "private transfer". They really should not do this to their guests - be reasonable. The beach is nice with palm trees and hammocks that break. :)
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Date of stay: November 2019
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$22 - $32 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
CambodiaKoh Kong ProvinceKoh Rong
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lonely Beach
What food & drink options are available at Lonely Beach?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Lonely Beach?
Conveniently located restaurants include Eat Pray Love, Kim Song Restaurant, and Falafel Sok San.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Lonely Beach?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and German.
Does Lonely Beach have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.