The breakfast is $3 pp, which is quite steep for eggs, bread, fruit and coffee, seeing as you can get almost the same for $1 in town.
The towels and bed linen smelt musty and were visibly a little dirty.
The air conditioning didn't really do a great deal in terms of lowering the temperature of the room. It's just fortunate that we weren't really in during the day.
We had a misunderstanding with what we were getting and for how much when visiting Angkor Wat etc as we were referred to a map/document that had different prices to a banner in the foyer and some options for sunrise that weren't possible. It would have been easier if we had been referred to this instead of relying on the sheet we were given.
The villa is in a quiet location and the staff spoke good English.
Martin, who was English, provided good information, generally, about the area and used his own bank of usual tuk tuk drivers for tours and airport pickups. Mr Hen, our driver, did a great job despite not having the best English.