We stayed a few days at the Puritama. First, they were almost fully booked so the very accomodating lady at the front desk kindly let us (a family of 5) share a quadruple room. It was cute and cosy and cool. The garden is great for having breakfast (self catered) or lunch or just reading and relaxing. There is a small kitchen available for heating water for tea or coffee. It is a pity the kitchen is not available for more serious cooking.