We stayed there during the rainy season, but as the temperatures are still great it didn't really matter. Though it was very humid and sticky at times but you can dress to that.
The chalet we stayed in was on the first floor and had a lovely balcony where we sat most mornings and evenings. It was very spacious and felt very safe (guard is present day and night). It's a good place to stay when you want to relax after backpacking. Tuktuks drive past on the main roads on a regular basis so it's easy to get to the local Nakumatt and other shops. When tides are low it's a lovely walk on the beach to get to water sports facilities or Ali Barbour's.
Electricity is not included but doesn't cost much extra. Warm water comes from the immersion heater and it's diluted sea water. Fresh water comes from a special tank which everyone is free to fill their jugs from.
Overall a good experience for backpackers!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking