I stayed at the Guest House for a number of nights and found the owner (not that she ever introduced herself to me as such - I'm just guessing) very friendly. There were a number of people (family?) often in the communal garden, but their understanding of English was very limited and therefore they were unable to answer a basic enquiry - and sometimes noone was available to respond.
Apparently they give massages (so the sign says), but I was never given any details - nor saw anyone have the treatment.
They also say they have a restaurant - this term should be used loosely - though I did have the most amazing omelette during my stay.
I stayed in the most expensive room, which housed two double beds and had an ensuite. The beds were fairly comfortable and the room clean. The bathroom was adequate too.
I did receive a few bed bugs bites during my stay at Kep - but I cannot say at which Guest House, as I stayed at a few.
I had some laundry done while there - very expensive for a guest house.
The location of the guesthouse is fairly good - not too far from the Crab Market.
The dogs were given the run of the place and at night could be heard thundering along the corridor above me - though this did result in a disturbed nights sleep this was not too problematic as the days were very lazy!
Kep is a very nice location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lida Khmerhouse is a family run traditional wooden guesthouse just one kilometer from the Kep beach. We also provide professional traditional Khmer massage including Khmer sauna. ... more less