There are 30 beds in total split across a handful of huts and a larger house made of wood at the bottom of the garden, where there are several dorms. Except for the 'deluxe' hut, which has its own bathroom, the rest have a communal bathroom and shower - our favourite was the shower inside the WC cabin that looks out to the horizon over the rolling hills. What a way to wake up.
The buildings are all made of local materials (wood mainly) and have thatched roofs, contributing to the local and natural aspect of Tubagua. The deluxe hut is gorgeous. Set slightly apart from the rest, it has a balcony with great views, a spacious room with a double bed and through a small door, across an outdoor footpath, is the open air shower.
The other huts are a lot more basic. Without any real doors and completely open on the sides, guests staying here have the advantage of having the sensation of sleeping out in the open; especially come the morning when you pull back the curtains and see the sun rise over the thick green vegetation that adorns the hillsides. The dorms are just as basic as the huts. All rooms have a mosquito net, although we highly recommend bringing some extra mosquito spray and outdoor coils. It's also worth noting that there are no televisions onsite, but then again, with these views you won't really be needing one. The bathrooms line the dorm hut and are clean and functional - if the thought of brushing your teeth while looking over the hills and to the sea while the birds sing and the lizards bask in the early sunlight, is what you've been longing for, then this is the place!