Occupying a main house and a cluster of grass-roof huts made from reclaimed wood and coconut fibre, this tranquil eco-resort overlooks Palolem Beach and is 23 km from the seafront ruins at Cabo de Rama.
Simple, airy huts have en suite bathrooms with hot water, as well as shady patios with hammocks. All come with ceiling fans, mosquito netting and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded huts add sea views. Rooms in a traditional house have air-conditioning and flat-screen TVs; 1 has a whirlpool tub.
Breakfast is free (offered seasonally). There are also 2 eateries with open-air dining areas. Other amenities include a tapas bar, gardens, 2 ponds and spa treatments.