All accommodation is designed to make you feel part of the surrounding nature:
Simple, earthy Indigenous architecture with tasteful touches to make you feel at home in the wild.
We also value the art of Recycling and therefore have included old boat wood as a building material.
The inspiration to our decoration in the whole territory springs from Rotenese Craft making and traditional weaving which we wish to support in every way.
All rooms have traditional thatched roofs, open air bathrooms with solar heated showers and dry compost toilets.
Each unit has its own balcony with forest and ocean views facing Rote’s vibrant sunsets.
(traditional Rumah adat or Rumah lama translated: the Old house)
This house has been found in a remote village and has been reconstructed on our land In ways to suit modern needs.
The Palm suite originate from a local building style called Ding Ding using the stems of the coconut and Lontar leaves for construction of walls, doors and windows.
The Pride Rock suite accommodates 2 people with a queen sized bed. Located on the top point of the property it has more than 180 degrees ocean view overlooking the lush forest valley that seems to stretch for miles.
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Tucked away behind natural stone walls and surrounded by ever-growing papaya trees and Aloe veras this bungalow is a little oasis just a few steps from the blossoming garden.