While the rooms are OK the "resort" is accessed by walking between to warehouses in a distillery. The only activities are a 50 m boardwalk and plunge pools at the rooms. Because of the distillery there are guards patrolling along the perimeter fences. They tended to linger outside our room. More than once I turned around to find a guard watching. Perhaps it should be renamed as a Gulag resort.
The restruant which was at the other end of the distillery and on the main road was deserted when I ate there. The staff, while friendly, has little English and struggled to carry out their duties.