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We had two huts when we stayed here. One for us and one for our daughters (17 and 13). Very well equipped. Spacious, clean with mosquito net (as there are lots of mosquitos!) over the beds! Lights are switched on when it begins to get...More
Stayed here for 3 nights in January with a large group. The Bamboo Huts are very rustic style and basic with a bed, small table and bathroom. Waterheater not working nor were they in all the other rooms rented by friends. Mattress typical Thai style...More
The people are very nice, went there late at night and they welcomed us and prepared dinner for us even if the kitchen was closed.
They also have a nice selection of Inca tea and Inca products that are made by themselves. They collect the...More
the girl who welcomed us wanted to cook our diner. we agreed... the only thing she did was cook some rice and for the rest she went to the village to get ready made food. we were the only 2 guests so we understood this,...More
We stayed here for 4 nights over the Christmas period. The huts are basic and rustic but they were clean and spacious.
Ken and his family were great hosts and very helpful and accommodating with our needs and interests. This place has a very nice...More
US$27 - US$30 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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