Just a little bit far from the city centre, it is the only “bad” side I can find for this hotel; it calls itself a home stay, and indeed, it is an old colonial house where the owner and his family occupy a part of the house , but the very kind and friendly service is like in a hotel, as the chance to meet the owner or his family is minimal, and the breakfast, served in the flowered garden, is a bit “minimal”.
I enjoyed my stay there and liked a lot this house, decorated with old B&W framed photographs from the family, ancestors or friends.
On the pictures are views of the terrace where I had breakfast and inside is also a dining room (picture 3); the furniture of the restaurant is modern pleasant and fits well to the surroundings.
The room I had in the ground floor was spacious with a big bed, clean, etc. . . . the water flowed, cold and warm, there were mosquito screens on the window; I did not check if the AC was working, as it was not hot when I stayed and it would, like most individual AC’s, have been a bit noisy.
So, a nice stay, in a quiet place, just a bit far from the city centre: about 2 km from the train station, North end of Malioboro, but a becak ride for the distance is between half and one dollar, so why go without?
The homestay was not full, so the front desk employee granted me, after a phone call, a (200.000 instead of 250.000 rupiah per night) reduction for the room, as I stayed 4 nights, but my efforts to insist speaking Indonesian may have impressed her.
Directions: One of the big North south streets, East of malioboro, 2 km North of stadium.
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