We stayed at this hotel after a frenetic two and a half weeks of game driving in Kenya and Tanzania and it was a nice way to finish the holiday.
The rooms were very spacious and decorated with colonial style furnishings and curios and the bathroom was large with a bath and shower and plenty of hot water. The hotel does not have many rooms so it was very quiet and peaceful at night with the sound of the waves to lull you to sleep.
The beach was clean and there was a nice pool surrounded by beautiful gardens which incorporated the ruins which are to be renovated in the future to increase the size of the hotel.
There is a lovely bar area overlooking the mangroves and ocean and it was a perfect place to view the sunset whilst enjoying a glass of wine which was generously served in a carafe, virtually giving you two glasses.
The meals were tasty and varied and to my husbands delight, lobster was offered on the menu (for a small increase in the included meals price) on two nights over the three that we spent there.
The only criticism that I would have of this hotel is that it allows smoking in the restaurant and I found it very unpleasant to have people smoking on some occasions while I was trying to eat.More