Booked a room for a night and extended it by three more days. Says it all. The place is quiet and serene and the photos on TA is as it is. Located opposite the Park Hyatt resort and spa, it is an ideal place to get away from the crowd and just while away your time. The wifi connectivity is poor and enables one to relax a wee bit more. The reception area has better connectivity and hence you see people ambling there to catch up on the latest. Very well maintained property with well trimmed shrubs, plants and flora. This property is great value for money. The next door neighbours have a host of animals on their plot and just brought back memories of a typical country side setting. Take your vehicle out and just laze through the roads and your stay in Goa becomes special. We as a family of three stayed on the ground floor bang in front of the restaurant and it was convenient for an older relative and did not need to climb the stairs. The rooms were neat, clean and spacious. Bathroom is compact and does its job. There are two more storeys above the ground floor and probably houses 60-70 rooms. The breakfast was nothing much to write home about as it had bland potatoes and bread for the days we stayed. They do have some choice of eggs which was fine. The a la carte menu did look alright and we did have food on a couple of occasions and would give it 7/10. This is a place frequented by tourists with children and families, from a major european country and the best part was it was not noisy at all. So thank you fellow guests for that. The Housekeeping staff was upto mark and did a great job. Tony the man in charge of the resort has done a wonderful job of running the place seamlessly. He was very helpful and easily approachable. Staff overall were very pleasant and helpful and it made our stay very pleasurable. There is a Liquor shop, restaurant, grocery and salon on the main road and makes things easy for tourists. Just a small note of caution, Carry a stick as you walk down the road as there are a bunch of dogs who could be intimidating. A wonderful stay and thank you Tony.