82 Canal Rd | Win Quarter Inle Lake, Nyaung Shwe, Myanmar
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Best guesthouse breakfast I had in Burma ;o) Dec 14, 2012
The price of the rooms on the ground floor are cheaper and the price for our twin/double room in the main building with private bath and hot showers had gone up to 20,000 ks/night.
The quieter rooms are the ones at the back, but having said that, my room facing the camel wasn't too noisy.
There were cheaper double rooms for 12,000 ks/night in the older block with shared toilets and cold water showers.
They served proper coffee and tea (vs the tea mix) and they're also happy to serve you green tea if requested.
I asked for a boiled egg and some ginger, honey and lemon, but they were confused with this request and served up some ginger and lemon coffee! Another lady could be heard asking for extra pancakes instead of her egg.
They have two boats that come with a driver and are hired out at 15,000 ks/day. The boat fits 5 persons each and they're happy to find people to help you make up your boat, if needed.
They're also super helpful in finding people to share taxis for the airport etc. Apparently, other non-residents often stop by to find out if any of their residents are looking for people to share transport with.
Part of the Myanmar Dec 2012 travel blog
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Family run, helpful staff and great breakfast Aug 18, 2011
I stayed at this guesthouse for 2 nights, and totally loved it! I wanted to stay more.
It was family run guesthouse and owner family was full of hospitality. They often served guests tea, sweets, some snacks when we were hanging out at the lobby.
And the baby there was so cute!
They had several types of rooms and I took the room on the ground floor with inside bath. It was 8000ks/night. (The fluctuation of USD currency rate has been drastic and they preferred to be paid in kyats.)
The building itself was a bit old but it was really clean and I could really get relaxed to stay there.
Breakfast was good, it was even more than needed. They served crepe, egg (omelet or fried egg upon your order), fresh fruits, some slices of toast, orange juice, a pot of coffee or tea, and surprisingly, "plus" shan noodle if you request! You won't even need lunch if you eat them all.
The owner was really helpful, he would arrange any activities upon your request, and he would even find some buddy to share the boat trips or car so that you can save your expense even if you are a solo traveler.
Part of the Burma! Che zu baee! travel blog