Immediately behind the entrance to the site is a large tree. To the left is a leafy banana plantation. A small path slices through the plantation leading to a small, concealed wooden cabin. Three steps up and the door opens. The room contains a small kitchenette, a large double bed concealed behind a ladder to the second floor and covered by a patchwork quilt handmade by the owner. A small balcony with a table for two hidden between the large bananas leafs.
Some distance away is a second cabin (The Ocean Cabin), on which is sliced a broad tree, shrouding it in mystery. The stairs to the cabin lie on a stretch of green lawn. Fishing net hangs loosely on the ceiling. The dominant color is blue. A cute kitchenette, patchwork cover (blue of course), on the wall is a picture of the sea to reinforce the ocean feeling and a large bed in the bedroom area.
The third room (the Japanese House) lies in a mysterious stone house, around which is lush green flora. The door opens to a large Jacuzzi. Japanese music fills the air. The dominant colors are black and white. A kimono with similar colors is waiting for guests. A large bed at the end of the large room. A delicate aroma of incense hangs in the air. Small candles flicker shadows on the white walls, contributing to the romantic atmosphere.