A nice, relaxing place to chill out. We stayed in a hut with a straw conical roof which was a nice feature. We had a fan and mosquito net as well as a cold shower but with a perfect temperature of water given how hot it was when we stayed. The only annoying thing was the ants. They were very tiny but everywhere, including in the bed and liked to bite us from time to time, which was as fun as it sounds! But maybe that had something to do with the time of year (early April). Other than that though the place was pretty clean.
The huts are set in from the street which is nice so it's pretty quiet and there's a comfy chill out area including a pool table and a tv on which they showed movies at night. Some of the rooms also had hammocks so ideal for chilling.
As for the staff, they weren't the most attentive bunch, seeming to sit around quite a lot watching tv and fairly slow restaurant service (again this is probably due to low season and the heat! No one can be bothered!).
However one of the staff members was very helpful in ordering us a ricksha when I fell ill to take us to the doctor in the evening. Although when we had to rest it off on the last day due to the illness and went past the check out time (albeit by 7 hours) we had to pay for a full extra day. Fair enough, although a friend of ours who did the same received a half-day price at the place he stayed next door.
But overall, it could be worse for 500 rupees per night for two people.