Villa: The rooms are very spacious, dominated by beds in the centre located between the four heavy wooden pillars that support the roof. The beds are attractively draped with mosquito nets giving the appearance of old-fashioned four-posters.
The First Class villa: Two of the First Class villas face the garden, and two are tucked away on each sides of the garden overlooking the sea. The latter have wooden decked terraces, while garden view villas have tiled patios - both have good loungers and furniture. First Class rooms have open wardrobes.
The Family Villa: The two Family villas overlook the garden. Each consists of two rooms linked by a showers and toilets at the rear, and a recessed patio area at the front of the building. The rooms are similar to First Class, but have a large section of wall-mounted cement shelves in lieu of a wardrobe. One room has a single large bed, and the other has two large beds. Both Family villas have very high roof spaces, equivalent to a two-storey building.
The Second Class Villa: are a single terrace of three rooms facing the garden. Internally, they are a bit smaller, but otherwise identical to First Class rooms.
Both First Class and Family rooms can accommodate an extra bed.