Rooms are kept spotless, but are simple: wooden 4-poster beds with mosquito nets, mine had no aircon (a big bonus in my view), heavy wooden chairs, no fridge. Views are beautiful over the palms to the sea.
On the downside (upside?), they no longer sell any alcohol, and food is decidedly ayurvedic - i.e. the big buffet at lunch and dinner is made of the most delicious vegetarian ingredients and has spectacular flavours, but doesn't have any fish or meat. But you can get those a la carte.
It's really well-run so naturally lots of people have found it now, and the majority seem to come for treatments. The lack of beer and the focus on spa/ pampering makes the whole ambiance very chilled and relaxed. There's few kids here that I saw but it is (and was) perfectly suitable, though the waves on the beach tend to be massive, and kids would need to be carefully watched.
Staff are particularly helpful and kind, without there being too much bowing and scraping. It's really a great place."