Resort has a nice location - close to beach and away from anything fancy or exotic around. Don't expect any luxuries there, though they have taken care of things that a holidayer would look for like swimming pool, peaceful surroundings, T.T., Badminton, Carrom, Pol table, lots of trees and birds chirping, Hammocks and Jhoolas and most important relaxed environment with fesh air. Ofcourse there are loads of trees too in the resort, so if you can manage to lay your hands on some fresh mangoes, chickoos etc...nothign like that. The best place in the resort is the 'fort' (as they call it) which is actually a raised platform facing the beach and you can enjoy your drinks or simply enjoy the cool breeze at any time of the day.
Proximity to Beach, Rustic feel to the resort, Eco/Wooden cottages was definitely an experience, Log Huts were nicer and more spacious as well as cleaner, 'Fort' where you can enjoy the cool breeze at any time of the day, Greenery in the resort
Food was not good at all, Cleanliness in the rooms (carpets as well as the wooden floor could have been cleaner), General maintenance of the resort can be improved, cottages need to have mosquito nets else you cant keep the windows open (and its an irony to be in a closed room at such a fantastic place), Do not try to venture on to the beach early in the morning else you will be welcomed with a sight of villagers answering to their nature calls 'naturally' on the beach - A must avoid!