We had a great time in our warm and welcoming room, and thoroughly enjoyed dinner at the restaurant.
As others pointed out previously: the place is right in the bush, which doubtlessly adds to its charm - but you expect quite a bit of mosquitoes in summer. As there are no provisions on the windows to keep insects out, we were wondering how management thinks that ventilation will work in summer? If some windows were screened or mosquito nets provided, I would gladly spend some nights in summer at this place. As it stands, I see myself up all night chasing mozzies. I noticed that management previously replied to similar comments: sorry, nothing can be done about it - but that is not actually true. I wish something would be done about it, in which case I gladly returned.More