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Tree Top Bungalows
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Reviewed February 13, 2013 via mobile

Wonderful place! Price a little expensive, ten dollars for a stilted Bungalow. Complete with electricity and a fan. Community bathrooms and showers nearby.
Very peaceful and beautiful view of Kep national park and the ocean. A short drive to crab market but is walkable.
Service was great. English is rough but I don't expect people to be fluent. Take the time to learn some of the language. If you expect travelers to know your language when they travel to your home country, do the same for theirs.
. I would recommend to people who appreciate the natural side of a country. Not for the resort lovers. I will return.
Did not eat here so I cannot comment on the food.

  • Stayed: February 2013
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1  Thank Eznho
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Reviewed February 10, 2013

We stayed at Treetop Bungalows have two nights and were blown away by it and Kep. It's very quiet, but set in gorgeous grounds and a 10 minute bike ride from the (equally quiet) beach and awesome crab market. Rooms are basic, but spotless and cosy. We spent one day just kicking our heels around the grounds, sleeping in hammocks and reading and using the pool in the next door hotel (which they let you do if you buy lunch there).

The staff were great, but really went up ten notches after we left. We left our Kindel in the room by mistake (idiots) and got a bus to Siem Reap. When we realised we emailed the manageress. She put the Kindle on a bus the next day, and got it sent to our Siem Reap hotel. She even paid the cost of sending it and refused to take our money, A legend!

Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
Thank James W
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Reviewed December 12, 2012

We were shown three categories of rooms: 5$ ones with shared bathroom, 10$ ensuite rooms and 15$ rooms on stilts with an awesome view and a seperate, private bathroom. Since all rooms are very basic (they come with fan) and rather small we chose the one on stilts. You have a great view on the sunset from there as you also have a private balcony. The bungalow itself isn't much bigger than the bed, but clean and features a mosquito net.
The bathrooms are quite large and clean and have only cold water.
When entering the compound you'll first see the large and comfy reception / restaurant area which is also built on stilts and has great views as well. The surrounding area with its mango-, pepper- and whatever else plants is worth strolling around.
Staff is very nice and helpful although their estimations of distances are somewhat vague :)
They'll call you tuk-tuks, with whose drivers you then have to negotiate about the price (should be around 1,50$ to the bus station). You can also rent motorcycles, we got it for 1$ per hour.
Walking to the crab market with its restaurants takes around 15 minutes, the Sailing Club from where you also have a great view on the sunset is about 7 minutes down the hill.

Room Tip: the 15$ bungalows are worth it once you've seen one sunset
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Wat S
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Reviewed September 16, 2012

This place has aspirations of becoming a resort but they're not quite there yet. The service is very good but, I paid $7 for a basic room with shared bath. The english left a little to miscommunication... It's a lovely ground with a great view but, it's a 15 minute bike ride to the crab market which is one of the "centers" of town. Also, riding back at night it's very dark and you're riding up a steep incline on a rutted dirt road in the dark. In retrospect, I would have grabbed a $5 room near the crab market so that I wasn't so isolated. Travelers I was with loved the place and the wifi is good.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled solo
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1  Thank CoraBrooke
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Reviewed June 8, 2012

I stayed here for just one night on my way to Kampot. I stayed in the tree house bungalow which was US$18 per night with a fan and mosquito net although with the windows and door open the fan was not really necessary. The bathroom is separate but close to the room and it is your own private bathroom.
There are different types of rooms here, some cheaper than the tree house and there also seemed to be a family sized tree house under construction.
It is all in a very peaceful setting surrounded by fruit trees and beautiful gardens and the views from the balcony of the tree house all the way out to the ocean and Kampot were wonderful was travelling with a friend and we had planned to stay in one tree house together but it would have been rather cramped so we opted for both the tree house bungalows. We were the only guests staying there at the time and it was very quiet. But Kep is very quiet in general. I actually slept with the door open at night to see the ocean and I was not at all worried that someone may try to enter the room.
The staff are very friendly but their English is limited. However we were able to communicate what we wanted when necessary.
In the morning the taxi coming to collect us was 5 minutes late and we didn't mind waiting but the manager (?) offered to call the travel agent for us to see where the taxi was.
I would stay here again on my next visit to Kep.

Room Tip: Go for the tree house. Either room 101 or 102. Well worth it for the breeze and the views. (and the experience of sleeping in a tree house!)
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank loving_living_Asia
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