The room and bathroom are enough big. Also there are lots of windows and balconey. So we can get sunshine and fresh air.
The breakfast are really good. The staff there are also friendly and kind. So if we hope, we can eat in the room.
A super-friendly guesthouse away from the chaos of Pub Street, but they have their own tuk tuk, so getting into town is no problem. There's also an on-site restaurant with top-notch Khmer and Western food.
But what impressed me most was the staff: a group of bright, ambitious Cambodian students who put the restaurant and guesthouse together on their own initiative as a way to go to school and serve the community. I was a little jet-lagged on the first day, so it was great to have such friendly and helpful people around to help me plan my stay. By the second day, I felt like part of the family.
This guesthouse has the feel of a homestay, but with all the privacy you might need...hours online with their fast wifi, in my case. :)
Having some great conversations with local Cambodians was really the highlight of my trip. Orkun..(thank you.)