This was the perfect place to rest and unwind. The eco-resort is located among paddy fields between Muslim and Buddhist villages, and run by a lovely, very friendly French couple who provided delicious food, fantastic cocktails and plenty of good music and conversation. We stayed in one of the rustic tribal huts on stilts at the end of the pond, which had a couple of single mattresses, straw mats, mosquito nets, mosquito coils and some shelves. The stairs leading up are steep, but worth the effort for the stunning views of mountains and rice fields. Apart from being woken by garbled call to prayers (I think the speakers at one of the nearby mosques was broken) I slept really well, as you don't get the sound of traffic out there, or noise from the main building.
The closest bathrooms are basic - you have to use bowls of cold water to wash yourself or to flush toilet - but this was the only downside to staying at Ganesha. I was very reluctant to leave!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking