Dotted here and there in the lovely grounds of this resort, tamarind trees contrast beautifully with the ubiqiutious and stately coconut palms, while an ancient and enormous banyan tree graces the northern end of the resort.
The mature grounds enhance but don't envelope the resort - there is still enough light, and nowhere in the grounds is gloomy.
Thinly spread among the greenery are the resort's few bungalows, all of which share in the island's uncrowded feeling.
All the bungalows have a sizable terrace containing a pair of comfortable wooden loungers, which are perfect for listening to birdsong, reading a book, or taking a siesta.
It's hard to choose between the Pansand and the Bulone Resort, click here for some advice.
Lide Beachfront Bungalow & Lide 2nd Row Bungalow
These large units are perched a few steps above a prettily boulder-strewn stretch of beach. There's no reason to go for one of these, if one of the Laolieng units near the sea is full, which is a frequent occurence in high season. If the better Laolieng units are full, then a Lide is the way forward.
Lao Lieng Bungalow
These large rooms have newer bathrooms than the Lide bungalows. They are located between 5 and 20 metres from the beach and all have reasonable sea-views - the one with the best sea-view is, surprise surprise, the one nearest to the sea.
If you'd like to see if this one is available for your dates, contact us. Bearing in mind the better bathrooms in these units, most travellers significantly prefer these units to the Libong bungalows.
These bamboo bungalows won't wow anybody, but are in reasonable condition and, if the visitor can overlook the signs of wear in the bathroom, a reasonable choice. The best beachfront bungalow is the northernmost one, but not by much, as they all offer similar views and privacy.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge and also breakfast.