Unquestionably an unusual place. (Unfortunately, pics on internet seem to be outdated by 10 years. Garden is surrounded by high bushes and trees by now and appears a bit gloomy). Rooms are decorated according to specific themes (ours was “African Safari”, neighbor’s was something about Asia with lots of bamboo - both with canopy beds and pink mosquito screens). If interesting at some point – and probably a curiosity worth seeing then – the concept seems to have hived off. One cannot fight impression that owners fell victim to their concept and forgot the customer on the way. In our room each corner, including bathroom shelves, were filled with flee market trophies: African statues, handicrafts and wood-carvings. In the entire house, no single spot is left out. Decoration everywhere, if need be with 2x4 feet photographs on the doors. Breakfast is served between 8am and 9.15am at a single table where all guests take seat. Even though a bit cramped in, we liked that because it makes people talk to each other. Owner is polite an correct, however not very open to criticism - no matter how well-intended. (We suggested to hand out the 26-digit (!) WiFi password to guests rather than expecting them to copy it off a wall posting. Also, it didn’t work after three tries. All the owner could say: “Of course it works, you made a mistake...") All in all: not my cup of tea.