While it's a bit hard to judge the full value for money, this is a seriously nice way to sleep in some woods next to a beautiful waterfall.
The room (in a sort of terrace of four rooms in a wooden bungalow) was a nice size, with lots of charm. Even the more functional bathroom area was properly wildlife proofed (not always the case with accommodation like this). Unfortunately, we booked to late to avoid a twin room - and with beds this size and fixed mozzie nets there was no sharing or rearranging to be had.
The setting is as lovely as other reviews suggest and although it's away from the village the restaurants and walking trails are within easy reach.
The downsides are the thin walls (you'll soon know if your neighbours have a cold) and a fairly boring food selection in the otherwise nice restaurant. Also the staff are .... unhurried, shall we say, though perfectly friendly.More