The reviews that call this place basic or rustic really aren’t kidding! My expectations were fairly low and I was still unpleasantly surprised. It’s not awful but really it’s like cabin camping and also somewhat run-down. On the upside, it was clean, hot water shower, and the breakfast was good. Other meals were so-so. Downsides include cold water only in sink, corrugated metal roof and a general state of disrepair. Worst part was the power went out one night and they were totally unprepared for this—no back up lighting anywhere (including restaurant), no candles, lanterns or flashlights for guests to use. If we hadn’t packed a small flashlight we would have been in total darkness in our cabin. I had a candle but they had no matches! Very dark and twisty walkways from restaurant to cabins. This seemed very dangerous and irresponsible to me. No one took charge and we were on our own. I do have to say the young women staffing the place were trying their best and one was accommodating with food (toast and papaya all day!) when my husband was under the weather. And regarding the weather, there are extremely strong winds here at certain times and the flimsiness of the cabins made this very nerve-wracking. Couldn’t sleep for fear of trees falling on us.