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Reviewed December 7, 2010

Agree totally with 'manugermany' review that this is a great little hotel in a town that is mainly known for the Buddhist Caves. This also meant that the town is almost totally devoted to Buddhism and on the night we stayed in this hotel there was an all night celebration on which was quite noisy. That said the place is so pleasant that we couldn't complain and we were told this was a very rare celebration event. The chalet rooms are simply but nicely furnished in grounds which obviously provide much of the vegatables and food for the hotel. Staff were typical excellent Myanmar and so attentive.

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 3, 2010

We were traveling as a party of 3 (my partner, my stepdaughter and myself) and have stayed here one night in November 2010 on our way to visit the Pindaya Caves. We traveled by car from Heho Airport which took about 3 hours but it’s a very scenic drive with lots of photo opportunities. Up in the mountains, the temperatures drop a bit and therefore it can be a bit chilly at night but you don’t need to worry, the Chalets are equipped with a fireplace and in the afternoon hotel staff will visit and light the fire for you. They also equip your bed with a hot water bottle which was a nice touch. The accomodation is clean and spacious and has a minibar & complementory water plus a fruit basket for you. There is no air con but you do not need one here. The Chalets have no safe but you can leave your valuables in a lock up at reception. The evening meal was good and so was breakfast. The Chalets are situated in a lovely garden and the surounding countryside is beautiful. We had a superb time and the Staff has been warm and welcoming. Well worth an overnight stop for a bit of R&R.

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled with family
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  • Stayed: December 2017, traveled as a couple
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  • Stayed: April 2017, traveled with friends
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