The bungalows.

Foto: Hartmut Fiebig

Sleeping with comfort under a traditional makuti roof.

Hidden in the lush garden there are five spacious, well equipped bungalows with typical coastal makuti (palm thatched) roofs. They are all designed for two persons - nevertheless, an additional bed can be placed on request; we also can provide a baby cot. Bungalow 2 has an additional bed up on a gallery, bungalow 5 additionally sleeps two children in a bunk bed and is especially suitable for a family.


We also rent out two completely separate rooms in the main house, having the same features as the bungalows. This includes a terrace close to the sea (room no. 6) or a roof terrace that is accessible from the inside (room no. 7). Although having solid walls, these rooms are very airy due to windows on all sides. As a new addition, we now also have a very open-plan room under the huge tamarind tree by the swimming pool, with a small kitchen (room no. 8; please find a site map at the bottom of this page).


All bungalows/rooms have a private bathroom with a solar water heater. A covered veranda is overlooking the sea. Large mosquito nets and fans are part of the equipment – but there usually is a refreshing breeze near the beach. Each bungalow has a water cooker for coffee and tea. A small basket with beach towels and cushions is always ready for you. Laundry-Service. The management is available around the clock. Purified drinking water can be tapped free of charge at any time from our osmosis filter system.


Sorry, no self catering!  You find our rates on the following page.

Photo: Hartmut Fiebig
Lamu double bed with big mosquito net.
Photo: Hartmut Fiebig
En suite bathroom.

Photo: Hartmut Fiebig
Veranda in front of the bungalow.
Photo: Hartmut Fiebig
View up to the makuti roof.