The hotel's 32 guest rooms, which include 15 on the first floor and 17 on the ground floor, are all decorated identically and are a little dark but nevertheless clean. The rooms' main asset is undoubtedly their lovely terrace, which have an area of some 30m2 and are furnished with loungers, making for truly private surroundings, ideal for a quick siesta or topping up your tan. Don't bother looking for the air-conditioning, though, as the rooms' only defence against particularly warm spells are the fans they are fitted with.
The almost Spartan simplicity of the bedrooms extends into the bathrooms, where you'll find white tiles and a bidet which, due to their functionality, compensate for their lack of aesthetic appeal. Given that you can also hear the lark's song through the window, this is certainly a hotel you would choose more for its peaceful surroundings than for the decor of its guest rooms!
To summarise, the hotel has 32 guest rooms, all doubles, divided across two areas: the first set of rooms is on the first floor of the main building and the second is a little further away from the communal areas, in a more natural setting, housed in small individual accommodation blocks on the path leading down to the sea. Both types of accommodation have their benefits, and which type you choose will depend only on where your priorities lie.
We particularly liked the almost entirely private accommodation blocks at the heart of nature, where you're guaranteed not to be disturbed and will almost feel like you've got the whole island to yourself!