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Wonderful budget accommodation: House keeper named Lovey was “Lovey by name and Lovey by nature” She was really lovely, always having a bit of time for a chat if needed. Brendan the manager is friendly n helpful but is it mostly Lovey you see every...More
This was my second time staying at aremango guesthouse and I had an awesome time!
What really makes this place special is the on call manager Lovi. From the moment we arrived she made us feel like family. Anything we needed she was there for...More
I was misled in thinking this was a 3-star guesthouse but it is actually a run-down hostel. 3 bathrooms are to share for 10 bedrooms and there are no towels. There is no wifi unless you purchase it from outside and it's very expensive. There...More
The guesthouse is really beautiful - it has a very nice shared garden with hammocks. We booked a room with a small private garden which was lovely. The location is great, right next to Muri beach.
I would absolutely recommend this place!
It has its own little private way to the beach and a very clean and large kitchen for guests to cook! Nice outdoor seating and its less then 10 mins drive to the center!! Our room had its own terrace with a outdoor shower! Had...More
I would say, don't panic. Brendon (the guy who manages the guesthouse) is only there at the guesthouse for a few hours every day, the rest of the time the place runs itself. Lovi pops in to do the cleaning (or did when I was... More
I would say, don't panic. Brendon (the guy who manages the guesthouse) is only there at the guesthouse for a few hours every day, the rest of the time the place runs itself. Lovi pops in to do the cleaning (or did when I was staying there in 2015) and she's really friendly and helpful. There are usually other guests around who can explain where things are, how to use washing machine etc. There's also a ton of info posted up by the telephone (about local services, taxis, airport, bus timetables).
If you're not getting any reply to emails to the guesthouse, maybe try phoning them instead?
My experience of staying at Aremango was that it was clean, very comfortable, friendly, peaceful, and you've got a secluded garden with hammocks, kayak to borrow if you wish, and a lush beach a hundred yards' walk away. Also Muri night market just down the road. What's not to like? I met some nice fellow travellers while staying there, too.
Enjoy your holiday! :-)