Two of Temanuata Village's eleven bungalows are located on the beach, facing the sea. The others are located further back, in the gardens. The bungalows directly behind the beach bungalows boast a seaview and are sold as such, but in reality the view is partially hidden by vegetation. The major snag of these accommodation units is the lack of space, inside as well as out. The rooms are only 150 sq ft, the bathrooms at the far end of the bungalows are 30 sq ft and the tiled terracse (in front of the bungalows) cover some 85 sq ft, and are very appreciated. However, you won't even have sat down and you will already notice, despite the verdant setting, that your bungalow terrace looks straight onto the opposite bungalow. Unless you build walls around the estate, the layout is not ideal for relaxation. In terms of facilities, only one bungalow (intended for 4 to 5 people and more expensive than the other bungalows meant for two) includes a kitchen. The other bungalows have to make do with a fridge and a kettle. There is also some tableware (bowls, plates, spoons, etc.). For your food shop, there is a grocery store some 1,500 ft away. In terms of amenities, thankfully, all the bungalows have ceiling fans which provide fresh air and compensate for the lack of air-conditioning. However, don't waste your time looking for a television, there isn't one. The same goes for the phone (the only available one is at the reception desk). Given the small size of the bathrooms too, they don't have a bathtub, but a shower instead. Despite all this, it is apparent that some effort has been put into decorating the rooms: pareos decking the walls, plaited niau hanging from the partitions.