My husband and I stayed here for three days in February. It is a beautifully designed ecolodge with very nice safari tents..very comfortable beds and a bathroom in an attractive tent. The pool is great but the piece de resistance is the food. The owners are French and the husband does the cooking. He formerly owned a restaurant south of Paris. This compound is high in the rural hills overlooking the sea. It is gorgeous to eat your meals overlooking the coastline. The only drawback is the long pot holed road leading up to Villa Belia but it is well worth the drive.