Please note this property is currently offered for sale by the owner, thus it lacks the attention or investment of a long term committed landlord, understandably. Essentially cosmetically all looks well, good design and fit out. However, if you are considering a booking it would be wise to know that this villa is serviced by a 2000ltr water tank. We are a family of four, 2 adults, 2 under 7yr olds and depleted the tank within 4 days by just having a shower each in the evening plus flushing the wc as and when. The shortage manifested itself by me being showered in slurry after just finishing showering the kids. The local management team (English) resolved the shortage by an urgent resupply, however, the owner emailed me that evening to advise firstly we had exceeded the usual use for a week and secondly perhaps consider reducing our consumption. (A refill costs between 250-400bht, around £5-£8.00. So in the scheme of a booking, not at all expensive). Bear in mind this is advertised as a 6 birth villa with 3 bathrooms, do not book if you feel it necessary to shower frequently whilst staying in a tropical climate. Also worth noting, the basins to each bathroom are only fed by a cold feed, thus if you wish to have have hot / warm water you will need to boil a kettle. The owner believes this is typical on the island and I agree for properties not featured as Luxury. All previous villas we have stayed in had a local water heater servicing the basins. So if you want warm water, you will need to shower, but then you are penalised by the woefully lacking capacity tank.
Dont let any of this put you off booking as everything else is as advertised, but I believe this is essential information to consider prior to booking. I did get an apology for the inconvenienced experienced from the owner but the following morning. If cost of re supply is a factor, please consider offering the guests that option.