Really lovely hotel. Quiet and convenient. My room was large, light and airy. Bar lovely at breakfast.
They recommend Buffalo tours - who I used after some rummaging about for 3 days - I can recommend them. I don't recommend the bokor tour - not the tour guides fault at all he did a good job but the area had change since the Lonely Planet had been written in 2012 - it is not a beautiful green national park with trees and a small red brick ruined casino to visit. It is a sprawling grassy hill (1000m up from sea level) with new casinos and hotels popping up all over it and the casino is cast in concrete - no doubt for H&S but it isn't a sensitive protection.
I'd recommend asking Buffalo to take you to a pepper and salt farm and drop you at the Kep national park for a walk - it's steep but lovely and your surrounded by trees the entire time. Butteflies, birds and monkeys - (not every step but they were lovely to see!)
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- Eighteen new, clean and well equipped rooms to make you feel right at home. Idyllically located on the elegant Kampot Riverfront Boulevard. We strive to provide our guests with a service second to none so as to make your stay as memorable as possible. Swiss/Australian owned and managed with a team of attentive and hospitable Khmer staff always at your service. Nearby attractions and towns include Bokor Mountain, Sihanoukville, Kep and Rabbit Island. ... more less
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