Little Garden Guesthouse & Restaurant

Address: on river front, near old bridge, Kampot, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on on river front, near old bridge, Kampot.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLittle Garden Guesthouse & Restaurant Kampot

Reviewed by turnernz

Gard enough

Reviewed Mar 29, 2012
by (18 reviews) Sheffield , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Clean, basic and very cheap, the Little Garden was absolutely fine but nothing to write home about, save for the decent view of the river and distant mountains of Phnum Bokor National Park afforded by the large, but unutilised roof terrace.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Little Garden Guesthouse & Restaurant Kampot

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kampot

Anti-malarials = anti-happiness

A travel blog entry by jemraven on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... for Kampot. I told him where I was staying and he said he might catch up with me there.

Later on I took the opportunity to explore around and take a look at some of the facilities that Arcadia had to offer. As well as the dorms and bar area (which was equipped with a ping/beer pong table), there was a volleyball court, a rope swing from a platform high up in the trees (enabling you to swing out across the river and let go) and kayaks on the river. Perhaps coolest of all, ...


A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 02, 2014

21 photos

... building was bought new by the Monkey management and turned into affordable luxury for the travel weary backpacker. We have a large double room, maid service, balcony, pool, and all the extras for $10 a night. One great hostel to another, not a bedbug in sight. I'm doing the noble thing and taking all the credit for our finds. Kampot is a small town, still naive about all things Khmer we'd decided to walk. A new place, in the dark can always seem a little unfriendly and a ...

The boat that rocked

A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Aug 01, 2014

3 photos

... getting any dong because we were told toexpect to be in SSaigon after 7pm. We hadn't bargained on how much after 7! After a minivan to Kep, another to the border and a 3rd to a bus station, we caught a sleeper bus to Saigon. From the bus station in Saigon we were herded onto a smaller bus into town and finally a taxi to where we wanted to go, it was close to 1130pm. Were it not for an Aussie couple who swapped 10 $ for 200000dong, we would have ...

The Magaluf of Cambodia, or is it...?

A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jun 18, 2014

1 photo

... lane deviations from the track, and also a generous sprinkling of potholes ranging from finger-length to finger-length plus palm depth. The construction works also meant that the road had quite a few drop-offs where the old section met the new. As a result of this there was at least one occasion where all of the passengers ascended about three feet off their seats as the driver navigated one such drop-off with the care and finesse expected from such a professional ...

Back to the City

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant on Apr 20, 2014

13 photos

I return to Phnom Penh today. Slept well last night despite the almost power failure again. Shortly after I got back from dinner, I was in my room when the electricity suddenly went off - again. All day long we have had power and now it goes out? At 8:30? At first all I could think of was how on earth I would be able to sleep with no AC or no fan. If I opened the windows, the room would be invaded with mosquitoes, but if I didn't open the windows, the room would be like a sauna. ...