I just stayed one night here as part of a self drive tour of the island but im already thinking how can i change my plans to go back.
It is completely unassuming in a lovely rural setting and gives you a real feeling of subsistence living. The breakfast which was included was lovely coffee, fresh fruit and there was gluten free bread.
You can wander freely around the grounds relax in the gardens and just feel your heart beat slow down. The rooms are basic but adequate and whilst sharing a bathroom isnt everyones choice the setting makes it seem acceptable the shower makes up for it.
The pool was closed during my stay but with some of the best beaches on the island within a 5 minute drive it really did not matter.