I liked this place a lot! So do many others so go there early (I think they dont do reservations).
We had a very nice double room in a small wooden house with 2 private hammocks. But I felt really pitty for the guys downstairs as we always had to walk through their room to get to ours.
All the sanitary facilities are self built with natural materials and ecofriendly. The shower is outside which was really cool.
They have a restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Every second night the restaurant was closed for the pizza night. The prices were ok, but it gets expensive to stay there longer as there is no kitchen for guests. The food was delicious and a lot of the ingredients were from the permakultur farm. They also sell a lot of their products.
The only thing that I really didnt like was that the restaurant was not vegan/vegetarian friendly. They all act like being hippies and saving our earth. For me this doesnt go together with their meat filled menu.More