We are mid-60's fairly active, stayed 3 nights at this wonderful little pension very near the Tikehau airport, and only 15 min walk to "town." The proprietor, Caroline was most friendly and helpful in setting up excursions for us. The food was outstanding, given the remoteness of the island and the difficulty of provisioning. Dinners are enjoyed by those not staying at the Tikehau Village, as we later heard it is the best restaurant in Tuherahera. Breakfast is continental with baguettes and jams and fruit.
Dinners were included and are usually fish, we had a tuna "ka-bob" style, lobster, and tuna grilled, all accompanied by tasty fresh vegetables. Deserts were incredible.
For lunch, walk about 15 minutes to Cindy's, a very popular grill type cafe. Grocery store is across the street, but is closed noon to 2. There is basically nothing to do after dinner on the entire island. If you like diving, snorkeling etc, this is good island.
Rooms were basic, with mosquito netting (didn't need), sliding glass windows and doors, and ceiling fan. The porch is excellent for vegging out if beach lounging is to sunny. The bed was quite comfortable.
Bathrooms are tiled, and recently installed hot water heaters for the showers.
Overall a great experience, but don't expect 5 star luxury appointments and service. This is a pension, not a hotel, and on a very remote island. Some wanting more services and luxury pampering may not be happy here.