This is a collection of private villas and timeshare apartments as close to Nai Yang beach as the National Park will allow.
There are 34 claustrophobic villas - one does not visit a beach resort to wake up in the morning and find oneself staring at the concrete wall of the adjacent villa. Although claustrophobic, one must do them justice; they are very pretty rooms adorned with quality fittings and luxuriantly upholstered furnishings, all have 4 poster beds and full multimedia centres. The bathroom is outside where you can enjoy an open air soak in a free-standing bathtub, or a drenching from a rainwater shower. The pool is a decent size where you are able to perform a few strokes before returning.
Sadly this is not enough to justify the high fee.
The timeshare apartments are overpriced and, while clean and comfortable, they have nothing remotely Thai or Asian about them - they could be located anywhere on the planet.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge.