First off if you're getting a taxi here they may go down the road that has a fallen tree, and drop you off in the middle of the jungle to walk... There is another road but the signage is not that clear to turn earlier.
Beautiful farm with gardens, dogs, pigs, birds, cows, bees. Right on the lake with an amazing view. We like to be a little isolated so the site itself was a little piece of paradise.
The dinner was included and was very delicious!
Breakfast was also delicious and homemade, although not included but reasonable price.
Cons: none of the owners or staff speak English, not even a little, so we had a little language barrier but laughed and signaled and googled our way through most of it... Until we couldn't Google because the wireless was just shut off when they went to bed? And they had thought we wanted an early morning driver so got a bit of a surprise awakening.
There was no water to shower, and after two hours of trying to fix it they finally just let us use theirs. Wouldn't have been that bad except for the hike we took to get there!
The room was clean, but felt very institutional.
This was a place where you have to have a bit of an open and adventurous mind, but very beautiful spot. We were happy to stay the night with gratitude, and move on to the next destination.