We stayed here last week. We were looking for an AC room due to our experience with mosquitos in Ganapatipule. Ganapatipule was virtually deserted, but to our surprise, there are very hotels offering AC rooms. Anyway, we booked a 3 bedded AC room. The owner was friendly and was ready to bargain, so we were quite happy. The rooms are quite basic - a thin mattress, thin pillow, and thin blankets. Relatively clean bathroom, invaded by cockroaches in the night. The outlet pipe of the AC was blocked (the owner said it was serviced a few days ago) and water dripped on the window sill and onto the bed next to it, making it unfit for use. We were shifted to the next room with four beds, a bit reluctantly on the owner's part. It had a window AC, which, when started, blew a whole lot of ants on the bed, making that one unsuitable for sleeping. We called the owner back, he came and tried to clean it. We finally shifted the bed away from other beds, changed the bedcover and slept. The toilet seat was cracked, and everytime you sat down to do your business, it pinched the back of the right thigh. Luckily no cocroaches! They have a policy of shutting the gate and the door at 11 pm, so if you are going out for dinner, ensure that you are back before that (provided you decide to stay here). No breakfast, no soap, no towels, just plain drinking water. The owner's wife does not appreciate humor, is ready to throw the rule book (according to her) at you and not friendly at all. So if you decide to stay here, keep away from her. Location is quite convenient. Reasonably close to the temple and eating places. A couple of vehicles can be parked inside the compound, but parking is safe in Ganapatipule, so even if you park on the road during the night, it is safe enough. Owner can arrange puja for you, so that is another convenience.