The bungalows are spread out in a beautiful tropical garden and our most remote one almost felt like having no neighbours at all. The restaurant on the first floor of the main building is a very cozy place with a great sunset view and a popular bar - seems to be a friendly meeting point for the french speaking community of Kep.
The food was so delicious that we had dinner here "at home" every evening which usually is not our habit. Our son loved the home made Spaghetti Bolognese and we enjoyed both the Crab burger and some of the Khmer dishes. Breakfast was great with many choices and the Belgian owners were most helpful in arranging anything we needed, e.g. a tour to Rabbit Island or a motorbike. Good location for a hike into the National Park which is not far and one of the entrances in walking distance (at the Led Zep Cafe).
It is a bit out of the "center" but that was no issue for us as we mainly came to explore the surrounding countryside with salt fields, pepper plantations and caves.
For some of the "online-junkies" or digital nomads it could be a problem that the Wifi is only available around the restaurant and possibly the closest bungalows. Did not bother us though!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking